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The Sceptics’ Creed

For this spoof of the Anglican version of the Nicene Creed I apologise to all those who Altman a sense of humour: ———- [All stand] We believe in some gods, like Professor Ian Plimer, writer of ‘Heaven and Earth’, of … Continue reading

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The problem with inverting reality

OK, so people on both sides of the climate change “debate” claim the other party is deluded. How can all those people sitting on the fence know who is right? Well, perhaps the undecided should trust their senses a little … Continue reading

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The road to hell is paved with good inventions

…that are not true! Earlier this year, I posted a review of Prof. Ian Plimer’s most recent 500-page epic, Heaven and Earth: Global Warming – the Missing Science, on amazon.co.uk under the title “Nice book (cover) – shame about the … Continue reading


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