Category Archives: carbon

Lord Monckton and the painful truth

You probably think I live in front of the television as, once again, I find myself commenting on a science documentary, this time from the wonderful BBC4. The programme, in the Storyville series,  “Meet the Climate Sceptics” by Rupert Murray, … Continue reading

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Manpower – mp – a visceral unit

It’s that time of year when you look over last year’s handouts and try to think about what could go better next year. For my sins, I give five lectures in thermodynamics to Life Science students. The idea is to … Continue reading

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David Mitchell’s Take on Dealing with Climate Change

Dealing with climate change isn’t fun….. Continue reading

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