The Guardian’s “100 Months To Save The World”

“It doesn’t matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn’t matter how smart you are. If it doesn’t agree with experiment, it’s wrong”
However, when others are paying the tab you can be consistently wrong and continue to make ever more ludicrous projections with no consequences as the media shove everything down the memory hole!


By Paul Homewood


Eight years ago, the Guardian launched its “100 months to save the world” campaign, a series of monthly posts by Andrew Simms.

The basic message of that first article was that we were all doomed unless we transformed our economy to look something like Cuba’s.

It is worth emphasising that this was not 100 months to get some sort of climate agreement. In Simms’ own words:

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