Drop in and see what the usual suspects are up to
Bettina Arndt and Alexandra Marshall are now on the list of usual suspects.
CIS The Energy Realists The Conservative Vagabond
Jo Nova Quadrant on line The Free Press
IPA Climate and energy program The Sydney Institute
Menzies Research Centre Mannkal Foundation
Advance Australia Taxpayers Australian Inst for Progress
The spectre of power failure is haunting Europe as Britain and Germany demonstrate that modern societies can’t run on wind and solar power. Wind droughts are the fatal flaw in the system and one can envisage a future book titled How Wind Droughts Destroyed Western Civilisation. Think about the consequences of a system blackout if Net Zero policies are pursued to the bitter end in Western Europe and Australia.
Raising ratbags and Corrupting the youth an expose of toxic philanthropists by our favourite ex-communist Tony Thomas (he was very young and naive at the time.)
EDUCATION A survey of what some liberal/conservative groups have been doing, conducted by Mannkal at the request of Rafe Champion.
The aim of this document was to compile a register of resources that are available to advance our efforts to improve education. Categories of activities and outputs that we searched for included published material in written form or available on websites, such as books and articles; activities, such as submissions, deputations, petitions, and letters to senior ministers; and people who are available for advice, talks, consulting, writing, and research on commission.
It is interesting to see the body of work produced by the Rule of Law Education Centre.
HIDING WIND DROUGHTS HOW DID THE METEOROLOGISTS DO IT?
AND WHY DID THEY DO IT?
The meteorologists are now under investigation, bearing in mind that they bought into the climate emergency narrative long before the IPCC became the major ball carrier.
In 1985, Maurice Strong was serving as the Secretary-General of the United Nations and he wanted an international scientific body to focus on climate change. He proposed the idea of an international panel on climate change to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), which were the two UN bodies responsible for climate issues at the time.
Strong’s proposal was supported by the WMO and UNEP and in 1988 the IPCC was established.
Game, set and match.
Thank you Maurice Strong and thank you WMO!
A QUIRKY PIECE ON KOALAS AND ELECTRIC CARS FROM THE WIKI MAN IN THE SPECTATOR
One thought on “Rafe’s Roundup 6 May”
Rafe, No doubt you are making salient points but can’t read most of it and didn’t know where to respond. A short wrap up of the week written fresh and then linked to other material would be more appreciated . Cheers mem