Monthly Archives: May 2011

Climate contrarianism is ideological not hypothetical

This week the British Antarctic Survey scientist Eric Wolff tried to engage with the contrarian public notably on the Bishop Hill blog. Within a day he declared: ‘Just in case anyone thinks they are addressing me with their remarks: I … Continue reading

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Museum of Ivor Goldblatt: Every good dad deserves curation

Ventured into the People’s Republic of Stokes Croft (Bristol) Friday and Saturday. Passport to PRSC came in the form of an invite to the Museum of Ivor Goldblatt (MoIG). A pop up exhibition by writer and broadcaster David Goldblatt, it … Continue reading

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Two Brains Willetts reveals his private (school) thoughts

One thing you can say about Higher Education minister David Willetts latest musings is that they show his thinking very clearly. This morning he ‘tested the waters’ with the idea that rich children can buy their way into places at … Continue reading

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