The decline of big Eco.

A while ago I wrote to my MP to protest the climate propaganda funded by the current UK Government, as with the previous one. The reply was a condescending “There, there ickle voter. We know better than you do, now go away there’s a good chap.” Well, not exactly in those words, but I feel that is a fair precis. Essentially they said that because the science is settled (Which is utter garbage, science is never settled) they were going to keep on ploughing money into organisations like the infamous 10:10 and their kiddie snuff eco-porn.

Now we hear, according to a Professor Lockwood in the Tellytubbygraph, that the idiocy of building Wind Turbines is going to provide even less power for the UK because lowered solar activity has meant the Jet stream has moved further south and is ‘blocking’ the usual prevailing westerlies. Confirmation in my mind that the UK is an asylum, and the inmates are in charge. The Professor says this may be part of a continuing trend for the next 40 years(!) Well, so much for the tales of the impending heat death of the world. Rather like the recent debacle over the last end of world story, looks like all the ‘warming’ stories have less credibility that a Radio Evangelist who just got it wrong, big time.

The current deepening solar minimum has been recordable fact for several years, but still the UK’s idiot politicians contend that a small increase in an atmospheric trace gas will cause ‘uncontrollable warming’. Dozy lot. We aren’t in Maunder territory just yet, but if the sun continues down this trend line, we might just see it within the next ten years, and no CO2 involved.

As an environmental aside, I’ve just seen my first Orcas. Two young males(?) sporting up the channel towards Dodd Narrows at 14:00 local time. The grin on my face is enormous. Sadly no pics, as by the time I’d got the scope and camera up they’d moved out of view.

2 thoughts on “The decline of big Eco.”

  1. Don’t see much sign of a decline yet. Too many vested interests in Big Eco making too much money from all the subsidies and tax dollars that are available. The bandwagon has enough momentum to carry it over a few bumps before it eventually crashes. What I worry about is the perception that ‘science’ is in the driving seat and what effect it will have when ‘science’, battered, bruised and bloody from the crash, comes stumbling out of the wreckage mumbling that the models didn’t predict anything like that happening. The damage to its credibility will take a while to repair and in the meantime there’ll be an increase in the Young Earth and Church of Last Tuesday Week types stepping in to point the finger at science’s humiliating cock-up and telling everyone to listen to them instead. I may be mistaken about that last bit but I’ve got a model with a confidence interval of 90% 😉


    1. In Australia and the UK there is certainly little decline. Here in a saner country (Canada) the Government have at least begun to wake up and smell the coffee with regard to the climate boondoggle.

      As for models, I too made one. It was very good. An ‘Airfix’ Mark IX Spitfire. Well I was only seven. It was six inches long and could shoot down loads of Nazi’s. Honest. Then I took it to see a real Spitfire, and, and, oh.

      That’s the problem with relying on models. They aren’t the real thing, and important details are missing.


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