This week's empty blog

Just a quick note to regulars and those who like to visit the weekly GW News Roundup about its absence.  Unlike past delays, this is not just me having more on my plate than usual.  For the first time in very close to 7 years I have not received het's compilation of links, nor is it at his own site.  Nor have I received the next chapter of "The Bottleneck Years".

I'm a little worried, and I got no response to an email inquiry.  I certainly have appreciated his heroic weekly efforts and really hope there is nothing serious amiss.

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As regulars are well aware, much (some periods, all!) of the content here is not produced by me, but by H. E. Taylor (het) in the form of the weekly global warming news roundup.  Well, we are in for some more regular content in the form of his latest novel, The Bottleneck Years.  The text below…
Many readers have likely noted the phrase "Logging the Onset of the Bottleneck Years" prefacing many editions of the "Another Week of Global Warming News" series. A recent commenter asked what this means. I forwarded the question to het. I think his reply makes an interesting post. The term '…
At his blog Still Monkeys, Paul McBride has done yeoman work examining the shoddy claims of the latest book from the Disco. 'tute Press.  This book, barely more than a pamphlet, really, purports to show that the last century of research on the roots of the human race are wrong, that evolution can't…
Statistics page at Gov. of India Directory website. I should not have dared to check the treasures that the NIC (Government's IT arm) has hidden away at the government websites. I dared and my brain just exploded. If you are fearless, I offer you this: check the footer at the website with the NIC…

Is it so strange that he needs a break after such a long period of intense climate alarmism lobbying?

Thanks Coby (and thanks to H.E.T. for years of good work)

By Hank Roberts (not verified) on 13 Jul 2014 #permalink

I hope his family knows about his work
http://www.hetaylor.ca/index.html

And I'd really like to contribute toward keeping that live, or making sure the Internet Archive has it -- rather than see the registration expire without being taken care of.

Anyone know?

By Hank Roberts (not verified) on 23 Jul 2014 #permalink

I am planning to contact his family regarding the final few chapters of The Bottleneck Years, I will also ask what they know of his website. It is all very simple HTML, it could be copied though that of course does not preserve incoming links.