Go to climatenuremberg.com/ Do Not Pass Go. Do Not Collect £200

I haven’t looked at my own blog for a week or two. So when I went there, and I found people were still looking in, it was a bit of a surprise. But that’s the internet, a thing that no one yet understands, because, despite the multi-thingybyte advances in communication thanks to information technology, human understanding still advances at the pace of human understanding, and none other.  

A  lot of the traffic was coming from WUWT, and was due to an article linking to


It turns out that it was a comment by Barry Woods that brought people here. So be it. Barry is the strongest link in the sceptic chain. Whatever obscure green or sceptic blog you log onto, you find Barry was there before you. If ever I make it to the Pearly Gates, I expect Barry to be there, explaining to St Peter who I am. And Brad Keyes, who did the first guest post here (though I didn’t ask his permission) at


I’ve been taking a holiday from deep thought about climate hysteria. For those who want to take part in a serious discussion on the subject, I recommend 


My daughter also has a blog or two, on entirely unrelated subjects, but why not mention the fact? They’re at http://korynmalius.wordpress.com/ and at http://misterscruffles.wordpress.com/

About Geoff Chambers

Retired illustrator (children's magazines, religious education textbooks, an Encyclopaedia of Christianity, gay contact and female fitness magazines, pornographic strip cartoons etc.) Retired lecturer in English and History of Art in a French University; ardent blogger on climate hysteria, banned five times from the Guardian and twice from the Conversation. Now blogging at Cliscep.com
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1 Response to Go to climatenuremberg.com/ Do Not Pass Go. Do Not Collect £200

  1. alexjc38 says:

    Pearly Gates? Being climate sceptics, though, aren’t we automatically bound for the other place?

    Your daughter’s blogs look interesting, although I know very little about the subject matter. Was thinking about becoming an anarchist once, inspired by the Sex Pistols song, but dropped the idea in the end, as the anarchist life looked a bit strenuous.

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