Archives for March, 2016

Hansen’s paper, of course. Tee hee. So all you po-faced people who want to be Terribly Serious can go off and put really really silly comments over at ATTP’s (gloss: too many people who haven’t even read the paper are simply pushing their own views via the paper; much in the same way that too…

But it still tastes sour. Perhaps it needs more time to mature? Rushing half-fermented stuff out is not good. What’s in, what’s out? Well, who can possibly be bothered to read and compare them line by line? Certainly not me. Certainly not any of the commentators at Eli’s. Prove me wrong if you like: new…

Murry Salby ha ha ha

Climate change critic Murry Salby loses case against university1. Tee hee. Thrust, ah-ha, king of the impossible. Or, perhaps not. O/T, but those interested in the fate of the US coal companies should read Bronte Capital on the puzzling disparity between the price of Peabody debt, and their shares. As an incentive, there’s a huge…

Old news now, of course, but there’s a blog post by Carl Mears with nice pix and explanation. Notice this is TMT, not TLT, but at this point we’re largely arguing about the differences between the different groups, and its fine for that. It is, of course, all nicely published in proper style. By contrast,…

Alas. But it was a good week. this, for my own records, and possibly for you interest if that’s the kind of thing you’re interested in. Summary: Men: Caius serene, Downing troubled a little by Pembroke charging at them, but not past the Plough. Christ’s up one, Kings spoons. Women: Jesus up two (Emma, Christ’s)…