Category Archives: Guardian CommentisFree

Insanity in Business – a Guardian Special

The Guardian Environment pages seem to have taken a turn for the better, with less frequent articles telling us that the world is melting and that we can save it by cleaning our teeth less often. Leo Hickman even used … Continue reading

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Classics of English Literature (1): James Delingpole’s “Watermelons”.

I like Delingpole. He makes me laugh. I like him too for the same reason I like Monbiot: he’s read lots of stuff I haven’t, which saves me the trouble, and he’s good at drawing interesting conclusions and laying them … Continue reading

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Winning the Climate Blog Wars (2)

Some commenters here have asked “Why bother with the hopelessly biassed Guardian?” but, even after getting banned from “Comment is free” for the 6th time, I still think getting sceptical comments up at blogs in the mainstream media is probably … Continue reading

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Censorship in Moderation

The Guardian has a review of 2012’s environmental news at http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2012/dec/21/drought-icemelt-superstorm-environment-review-2012?intcmp=122 I joined in: 22 December 2012 6:40 AM Suzanne Goldenberg says: “The [Heartland] documents, which detailed a plan to indoctrinate school children against climate science, brought notoriety to Heartland.” … Continue reading

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We Wish You a Merry Christmas

(guest post by dontshootme and Teratornis) As a little bit of holiday cheer, here’s a comment from the Guardian’s Review of the Environmental Year. It’s my first Guest Post. http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2012/dec/21/drought-icemelt-superstorm-environment-review-2012 Teratornis is one of the most prolific commenters on Guardian … Continue reading

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Greenpeace suffers Serious Graun Injury

I’ve just wasted 20 hours of my life transcribing a debate organised by Greenpeace to publicise their new website http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/newsdesk/ It’s a shameless imitation of the Global Warming Policy Foundation site. They must have read somewhere that GWPF and its … Continue reading

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Andrew Simms falls of out of his cradle: Guardian finally goes off its rocker

To adopt the fine old internet chestnut: “Somebody’s said something silly in the Guardian”. It’s Andrew Simms of course, having his monthlies. He’s been repeating the same daft countdown-to- doom article every month now for 50 months, and is celebrating … Continue reading

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I’ve got a blog

I’ve had a blog for two years, and I didn’t even know. It’s like this. Some blogs require that you register with them via Google or WordPress or someone before you can comment. So I registered with WordPress to get … Continue reading

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