Monthly Archives: November 2016

What worries me about UK energy policy

There was a serious black out incident in South Australia last month due to high winds. Inevitably the anti-wind farm brigade were quick to blame wind farms and inevitably the media (who don’t know any better) were soon parrotting these … Continue reading

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The case for space – Part 3: Martian delusions

I previously discussed the idea of colonising space as a possible solution to climate change and a future resource crunch. I think the conclusion would be that its not really a feasible solution. Yes, I have no doubt space exploration … Continue reading

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Now everyone’s been Trumped

Originally posted on daryanblog:
Analysis So its Trump, how can 60 million people be that dumb! Many are trying to put the spin on it, that it was working class Americans in rust belt states fed up with how they…

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Bigoted Britain

Originally posted on daryanblog:
One of the more unsavoury aspects of the brexit vote is how the bigot brigade now feel they can throw their weight about. There’s been a worrying rise in racist and xenophobic incidents, up 14% nationally,…

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