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A few sites I've stumbled across recently....
Perish the thought, they may have to think about actually listening for once.
Civil law would be a big problem for them if that is all they are left with, I would guess they will have to go down the Breach of terms and conditions and contract law favours comsumers over companies.
I've been looking at LED bulbs for years and have bought the odd one as a trial. Until recently I have been unimpressed, the the very latest ones seem decent enough, so perhaps they have (finally!) got somewhere.
MartinA (and anyone else who wishes to contribute).
I share your views on fluecsent lamps. What do you think of LED lamps as a possible alternative. I understand the latest ones mix the colours to create a more natural light.
tomo - your link to the archived PE article doesn't work (for me, anyway). The original article is still up, though.
In an update to the EA bullying story - I thought it wasn't the norm for Private Eye to run online content concurrently with dead tree stuff - but this time they have.
The phrase " it's worse than we thought..." does actually come to mind - cronyism, cover up, egregious spending "it's run by people who couldn't manage their way out of a paper bag".
Fill yer boots Greenies / NGO secondment creeps at DECC next? - I sincerely hope so.....
In case the bullying sh1ts at EA-PR get their pricey barrister chums dump a writ on The Eye (like they tried on "Narrowboat World" of all places !) - a capture of the page is archived here
For followers of Somerset Flooding Dr. North has collected his work into a single opus PDF here - worth a read.
If it wasn't really annoying, it would be funny..
Bristol University seems proud of Prof Stephan Lewandowsky's public engagement..
The School of Experimental Psychology provides a variety of opportunities for members of the public to learn about the work we do.
Our outreach team run the Brain Box Challenge, a workshop on the brain designed to fit with Key Stage 2 in the primary school curriculum. This workshop can also be tailored to suit older pupils.
Prof Stephan Lewandowsky contributes articles to the online magazine The Conversation. This represents an interesting collaboration between scientists and journalists to bring exciting new discoveries to members of the public.
of his latest article at The Conversation, 5 days after all the comments appeared, over a 100 out of 187 were deleted, to protect Cook and Lewandowsky's blushes..https://theconversation.com/establishing-consensus-is-vital-for-climate-action-22861
Wayback machine captured a good proportion of the missing comments..http://web.archive.org/web/20140209191509/https://theconversation.com/establishing-consensus-is-vital-for-climate-action-22861
NTZ is up and running again
His name is Davey - Ed Davey.
A cringing puff-piece promoting our gormless energy minister;
There are so many jokes to make about this article, I hope you know where to start....
warning you need a strong stomach if you are going to read the comments on that Pielke article StuckRecord just posted, as most of the alarmist comments are vile.- There seems to a percentage of warmists who have some psychosis, arational person would just make their point without the bile.
Roger Pielke Jr writes extremely calm piece about Holdren's attack on him. Check out the comments below. You would think Pielke had murdered someone's mum.
Dana Nut is on his usual delusional form: "So basically Pielke is misleading in his Congressional testimony, Holdren calls him on it, then TNR gives Pielke a platform to play the victim card and attack Holdren on the science, whilst instead getting the science wrong himself. What a disgrace."
They're scared the money might run out.
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