By Duncan Whitmore

The pervasive issue of human-induced climate change has been hotting up again lately. The recent birth of “Extinction Rebellion”, which pursues the strategy of civil disobedience and economic disruption in order to force governments to “act” on climate change, as well as the creation of a mascot in the form of teenage activist Greta Thunberg, has helped to drive the once fledgling issue back to the forefront of political attention. A “Global Climate Strike” held on September 20th saw children – many of whom have been terrified into the belief that their world is about incinerate – allowed to take the day off from school in order to participate (an unlikely occurrence had they wished to protest against, say, mass immigration). Although Britain has emerged from what has actually been a fairly standard summer in terms of temperature, a handful of record breaking days helped to push climate fear to a high of 85% of the UK population, according to a recent poll.

Fortunately, the latest antics of “Extinction Rebellion” – which have included targeting ordinary East London commuters on their way to work – betray one of the reasons why Murray Rothbard split from his alliance with the left in the early 1970s: that you don’t win any support by attacking, with violent disruption, the very people whose hearts and minds you are trying to convert.1 The fact that these incidents targeted the London Underground and Docklands Light Railway only added to their irredeemable stupidity given that most people accept electrified public transport as a sufficiently green alternative to cars. Nevertheless, the issue itself is a lingering one and government policies committed to tackling climate change remain prominent. Continue reading

We like numbers, we like playing with them….

…to find the truth.

David Davis

The new Bentley Continental thing, you know, that car that the GreeNazis don’t want you to own? Well, it !”squirts out 338 grams of CO2 per Kilometer, that’s about 9 moles (a mole of it being 44 grams) at STP. Nine moles of any gas, as everyone knows, is about 9 cubic feet, give or take. You could easily get all of it into an average fridge.

So, your Bentley gives out about a fridge and a half of COs per mile. And they are complaining?

It must use, then, about a mole and a half of ordinary petrol, defined arbitrarily as nonane, per mile. And that’s the lot, even the stuff used to turn the engine over and keep it warm…About 120 grams: so what’s the beef?

Putting a Green Spin on WW1

Fred Bloggs.

I’m feeling rather facetious today, and I feel like taking the piss out of the Greens.

Here I go:

World War one is often seen as one of the worst and most costly, in terms of lives, wars of all time, but many people do not realize that whole new enviroments for great bio-diversity were created in those four fateful years.

To name a few of these habitats of indigenous widlife is quite easy: the vast amounts of shell and mine craters were turned into artificial lakes, which housed all kinds of life, such as frogs, newts and, in some cases, cod. The vast amout of trenches were in turn repurposed into interconnecting rivers, which created vast wetlands which were a safe haven for endangered birds and wildlife.

 Also the craters mangled the farmland so much that it was unusable to grow crops, due to the fact that farmers’ tractors would repeatedly fall into, and get stuck in, the large pits, so all of the land was used to plant trees, which in turn created the Ardennes forest specificaly so that in WW2, German troops could use it as a recreational area, as it was ideal for long walks. 

On anoter note, horses were widely used instead of cars, because the Allied Command and Centeral Powers Command unamiously agreed that the fact that horses create very little CO2, was very desirable.

During the Battle of Jutland many artificial reefs were created for the wildlife of the North Sea.


Winter knitwear fashion: ShootinPutin187 launches new collection and accuses Ukraine of stealing gas bound for other customers (as if he’d know…)

David Davis

In this blog’s today-evening campaign about ShootinPutin187, we reveal another side to his “character”, and blow the gaff on his latest moves towards war against the Ukraine. He can’t have a liberal democratic slightly less authoritarian State on his borders, now, can he.

Speaking of PV = nRT, I find that if the USSR reduces the rate of flow through Ukraine to the “West” (whatever that once was) then it’s no point Ukraine (which does not produce gas itself) trying to re-up the gas flow out “West”, since that would create a partial vacuum on the UsSR side of the valves, and so therefore a nett tendency of gas to flow back into the USSR.

So Ukriane has no option but to reduce the rate of flow of gas through itself out of the USSR, in cumecs….WHICH MAKES IT LOOK TO SILLY WESTERN JOURNALISTS who are not scientists AS THOUGH THE USSR IS RIGHT AND THAT UKRAINE IS STEALING GAS !!!!!

I mean, if less stuff’s coming in, and they can’t contribute to it themselves, then the outflow pressure (and the rate) has to fall…..? No?