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Rock star-scientist Brian Cox confused on more than global temperatures

“There was once a clear distinction between science – that was about reason and evidence – and art that could venture into the make-believe including through the re-interpretation of facts. This line is increasingly blurred in climate science where data is now routinely remodeled to make it more consistent with global warming theory.”

Bang-on Jennifer Marohasy.

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

Jennifer Marohasy launches a scathing take down of overrated TV scientist, Brian Cox:

Celebrity physicist Brian Cox misled the ABC TV Q&A audience on at least 3 points-of-fact on Monday night. This is typical of the direction that much of science is taking. Richard Horton, the current editor of the medical journal, The Lancet, recently stated that, “The case against science is straightforward: much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue.”

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Rural Germans Revolt Against Wind Power Roll-Out: Farmers Sabotage Wind Projects

“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”
– Mahatma Gandhi

STOP THESE THINGS

German wind farm

Far from being in love with these things – as the gullible press here would have us believe – the Germans that are forced to endure them, hate them just as much as everyone else in the World.

In this wrap up of a report from Die Welt by NoTricksZone, set-upon rural Germans have had – as we say ‘a gutful’ of the wind industry; and what comes with it.

Taking matters into their own gnarly, weathered hands, German farming communities are in open rebellion.

It’s an uprising that includes farmers blockading turbine construction sites with their tractors; and stealthy stormtroopers dropping a MET mast, used to measure wind speeds, that presage the threat of industrial wind turbine construction.

The destruction of MET masts is a pretty standard community defence tactic around the globe (see our posts here and here and here) – but, that taciturn and normally law-abiding Germans…

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