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Climate Change Thinking for Open or Locked-Down Minds

Science Matters

William Happer provides a framework for thinking about climate, based on his expertise regarding atmospheric radiation (the “greenhouse” mechanism).  But he uses plain language accessible to all.  The Independent Institute published the transcript for those like myself who prefer reading for full comprehension.  Source: How to Think about Climate Change  Some excerpted highlights in italics with my bolds,

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This presentation by Dr. William Happer was delivered at the Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar in Phoenix, Arizona, that was held on February 19, 2021. The Cyrus Fogg Brackett Professor Emeritus of Physics at Princeton University, Dr. Happer is the author of the foreword to the Revised and Expanded Third Edition of the Independent Institute book, Hot Talk, Cold Science: Global Warming’s Unfinished Debate, by S. Fred Singer, David R. Legates and Anthony R. Lupo.

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Stephen Tierney: The Scottish Parliamentary Elections and the “Second Referendum” Debate

UK Constitutional Law Association

The Scottish National Party emerged as the largest party in the Scottish parliamentary elections held on 6 May. It fell short of an overall majority but still won an impressive 64 of 129 seats. Nicola Sturgeon, who will be reappointed as First Minister within the new devolved administration, has reiterated the SNP’s quest for independence, claiming that a second referendum is ‘the will of the country’. She will count on the support of the Green party in her quest to hold a popular vote on separate statehood.

Such a referendum was of course held in 2014, and the proposition was rejected by a majority of voters: 55%-45%. The SNP claims political legitimacy for its demand to hold a second referendum on various bases, not least the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. Voters in Scotland opted for the remain option by 62%-38% in the…

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Julie Birchill Blasts Eco-Nuts

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

h/t Mark Welford

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Unfortunately the Telegraph’s editorial policy is all over the place on climate change. While there are rare pieces of rationality from the likes of Julie Birchill, the Telegraph’s coverage is still dominated by the eco-loons.

It is time they laid out a clear policy, and took away all coverage of climate issues from Olivia Rudgard, Emma Gatten, Rachel Millard and the rest of the babies, and gave it instead to the grown ups.

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