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It’s That Mann Again

Michael Mann has been tweeting his appreciation of this article at Green Matters in which the author Andrew Krosofsky calls him “one of the most influential climate scientists in the world.” Mann particularly likes a tweet from greenmatters.com which calls him “one of the world’s most insightful scientific voices,” and another one which says: “As long as there … Continue reading

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Greta’s Brass Cheek

Just when you thought the world couldn’t get any sillier A bronze statue of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has been unveiled at a university in the UK, with critics branding it a “vanity project.” The University of Winchester proudly revealed the ‘inspirational’ statue’, claiming it was the first life-size sculpture of the Swedish campaigner. … Continue reading

JIT’s “Denierland”
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JIT’s “Denierland”

I read Paul Homewood’s post on “Denierland,” a new book by Jonathan Thacker. https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2021/03/09/denierland/ It was only when I went to Amazon and clicked on “Look Inside” and read the introduction, acknowledgements and index and saw the “thanks to Cliscep” that I realised that Jonathan is JIT who comments here. I vaguely remember him talking about a … Continue reading