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Monthly Archives: August 2019


India’s Monsoon On Track

By Paul Homewood   From the Guardian:     https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/aug/14/india-flood-alert-monsoon-kerala   Unfortunately, as the Guardian states at the end of the article: The monsoon rains are crucial to replenishing water supplies in drought-stricken India, but they kill hundreds of people…

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Second-highest volcano in North America erupts multiple times in 24-hour span

Video – Popocatépetl Volcano, located just 43 miles (70 km) from Mexico City, Mexico,”erupted over seven times in 24 hours.” This is according to MSN.com. I assume that “over seven times” means at least eight times. According to volcanodiscovery.com, explosive…

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Onshore Wind Company’s Legal Challenge Against CfD Auction

By Paul Homewood     A story emerged the other day that a judicial review application had been made against the government’s latest Contracts for Difference auction, due to be completed next month. Business Green now reveal that it has…

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Britain’s New Government Authorises Resumption Of Fracking In Lancashire

The UK government under recently-appointed Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set out its position on hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking, and allowed Cuadrilla Resources to resume fracking at its site in Preston New Road, Lancashire, where it has been…

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