Tag Archive for Climate Change

Is The Electric Vehicle Revolution Real?

There is a widespread believe that we are currently witnessing the start of an electric driving revolution. Wherever I look, commentators seem to be in agreement that fossil fuels are on their way out. The only point of debate is how quickly this revolution is going to happen, and whether governments should introduce regulations to…

Chris Mounsey on Energy costs and climate policy

Chris Mounsey joined us for this section to talk about Energy prices. Chris’ superficially contentious central point – which none of the panelists actually disputed – was that the reason energy prices are high is becuase it is Government policy to increase them. That in order to protect the climate government policy has been to…

Aside

So it is really the Sun that shaped the temperature roller-coaster of the past 10,000 years.

A German Environmentalist, in the Telegraph.

The Left are Amazing at Marketing

This is the text to the talk I gave at the Libertarian Home open mic night. Which due to Simon’s inclusion of Speakers’ Corner Rules was quite a challenge to deliver even if it was good fun. Hopefully my text will convey my idea better than I did… I’m going to talk a little about…

Confidence from uncertainty

The Royal Society has an exhibit on “how and when probabilities can be deduced, and the role of computer models” in deriving confident climate change predictions from uncertain data. This sounds most interesting! The exhibit is part of it’s free summer of science exhibition at Carlton House, London on the 5th-10th July, says the LSE.…