Auntie Jayne solves your poem started in the magazine Mapping Awareness in 1994. Auntie Jane is an agony aunt who responds to poetic enquiries. Some will be published here.
Spot the Iambic hexameter.
B. Carter Smith
Eat our beef to melt the Arctic ice caps
Heat our homes to wipe the mid west farmers off the map
Cash fly to Spain and torch the Russian forests
… gas to fill our cars to shop at Tescos
… bricks and steel to conjure new tornadoes
Drown as many Bangladeshis as we can
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16th September 2018: At Last…
Another journalist has discovered some bad news about Universal Credit, that the MSM ignored years ago: Universal credit ‘costs the self-employed thousands of pounds a year’
I read about this in 2015 on Making Workers Pay.
30th August 2018: Nonsense on Land Values
3rh August 2018: Population is a planet emergency but the MSM get it wrong.
The Independent, The Guardian and The Telegraph all miss the point that it is the children of the affluent that are the problem. Even then they get it wrong. See Population is a planet emergency but …
Continuing to be shocked by the poor quality of the Main Stream Media, I’m starting this page. I will update it from time to time.
News stories about the Arctic always seem to say either that the Arctic is warming twice as fast as the global average, or that it’s warming nearly twice as fast as the global average. That’s not correct.
Arctic warming is more like three to four times as fast as global warming.
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My thoughts on this…Just read it.
It’s already bad. But when will things get so bad that it is obviously — obviously — the worst problem in the world? How long until we go over the cliff? That depends on how much we’ve heated up already, and how fast we’re getting hotter.
We have already reached dangerous levels. The heat waves throughout the northern hemisphere this summer have cost plenty, to the economy, in human suffering, ill health, even lives lost. The wildfires in California this year were much worse than they would have been without global warming. Just last year we set a new record for the total cost (adjusted for inflation) of billion-dollar climate-related disasters. They cost the U.S. over $300 billion.
As bad as it is already, extremely bad is yet to come. Some say it’ll be when total warming since pre-industrial times reaches 2°C, others say — and I agree with…
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Increased wildfires omitted from climate models: http://www.brusselsblog.co.uk/carbon-budgets-a-straightforward-answer-from-decc/
With the devastating wildfires terrorizing California, climate deniers are doing everything they can to try to persuade people that it’s no big deal, and even the big deals have nothing to do with man-made climate change. To believe them, you have to believe some ridiculous things — like the notions that hotter temperatures and more drought have nothing to do with wildfires.
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