Category Archives: Satire
A recent vox pop. survey in Canada revealed a dominant reluctance amongst young Canadians for Canada to leave the EU. Imagine how difficult it is to campaign for Britain to leave the EU, the UK actually being part of the … Continue reading
A few days of smog and the French government has totally lost the plot. The Eiffel Tower is to be dismantled in the lead up to IPCC’s COP21 at the end of November this year, symbolising France’s contribution to the … Continue reading
Never heard of Tórshavn? It’s the Capital of the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic between Iceland and Scotland. Although it’s tacitly a part of Denmark, it’s explicitly not part of the European Union (EU) so they can do as … Continue reading
First picture as delegates bustle to collect their luggage after arriving at the airport. Picture found at Johns Hopkins University’s News-Letter site.
First, a tweet reproduced by Thought Leader™ William M. Briggs: John Kennedy @micefearboggis Climate Scientist walks into a bar, says, “A pint of … … … … bitter” Barman: “Why the long pause?” Climate Scientist: <sobs> Meanwhile, Joanne Nova presented … Continue reading
I spotted some stealth research in superconductive photovoltaics taking place in Michigan. This picture shows a research assistant clearing the insulating snow from the panels to allow the photo-voltaic cells to cool more rapidly and to become super-conductive in a … Continue reading
Given current events, I decided to try my hand at writing song lyrics: Six Weeks Days On An Icy Boat When I was a young boy, I wanted to run the world That’s the life for me. Best where all … Continue reading
Investigative journalist Donna Laframboise reports that the UN-IPCC is secretly detaining delegates from many countries until they agree to statements put before them.
DECLASSIFIED The fog rolled up from the channel, fleeing from the sun still far over the horizon. The moist chill increased the frequency of expletives emitted by the minions busying around the Lancasters at the edge of the airfield in … Continue reading