Listening to European Electricity Traders Is Very, Very Scary

By Paul Homewood h/t Dave Ward         Every week, the people who trade electricity in the UK get to quiz the managers of the national grid for an hour. The conference call, which anyone can monitor, offers an insight into what the men and women on the front line of the power … Continue reading Listening to European Electricity Traders Is Very, Very Scary

No Snow? More like No Soul

Apparently the Met Office are pushing a new report that, according to their latest totally accurate projections which are so much better than those they churned out over a decade ago.suggests by the 2040s most of southern England could no longer see sub-zero days. By the 2060s only high ground and northern Scotland are still … Continue reading No Snow? More like No Soul

The English Medieval Vineyards

In a recent post, English vineyards introduce new grapes due to global heating- Grauniad, Paul Homewood highlights a predictably 1984 inspired piece of fiction by the Guardian, which includes this whopper: Traditionally England was a hard region to ripen grapes as it was not warm enough As we shall see that is far, far from … Continue reading The English Medieval Vineyards