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EU Referendum: And now for Africagate
The finger points more firmly at Dr R K Pachauri but it is a more nuanced error than Glaciergate which everyone could understand at a glance.
It is going to be harder to get traction with this ironically partly because of Richard North's success in exposing the rotten heart of the report. Every journalist now knows there are easy picking there and there is a multiplicity of stories in the papers today.
Enjoy them, but remember on Monday the same taxes, restrictions, reporting requirements and state intrusions demanded by the great god of carbon will still be in place, and that future plans and putative policies proposed by our politicians are unchanged.

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Meanwhile, the EU Referendum is still a major priority.

Also on Monday the same doubts about whether mankind is responsible for changes in the Earth's climate will remain. Only a fool would say there has been no warming, but the crucial thing is to recognise there is only a correlation between warming and CO2 emissions. There is still no proof that it is the cause and this is where the 'settled science' argument fails us.

I always thought that heat created CO2 not the other way around - was my science teacher mad???

I always thought that heat created CO2 not the other way around - was my science teacher mad???

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