Y2Kyoto: Meet Ken Rice

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A Reader of Astronomy and Public Relations Director at the Institute for Astronomy, within the School of Physics & Astronomy at the University of Edinburgh (UK).

The "climate" is in the very best of hands.


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I wonder if he isnt one of those wanks that beleives in the Big Bang Theory and HEY MR KNOW IT ALL WHERES ALPHA CENTARI AND THE JUPITER 2?

seeing as they have photographed the remnants of the big bag (about 300K yrs into the formation of the universe)your post sounds like it would do well at blending in at one of Kenny's blogs

Only problem I have with the big bang theory is what actually banged, where did it come from, and what was there before?

"To infinity... and beyond!"
Buzz Lightyear

I think he may no longer be welcome at Bishop Hill.

NME666 There is no time stamp on the universe. Like the skull fragment discovered that suddenly became a direct ancestor of all mankind that stood 6 ft tall and walked in two legs..... There are some things you just can not infer.

The ongoing conflation of climate change scaremongering with the Y2K issue of 20 years ago is really not helpful. While the media certainly did exaggerate Y2K (that's what they do, remember?) the Y2K issue was 100% real and carried real, identifiable risks. It was a non-event precisely because millions of man-days were committed to fixing the systems in question before Jan 1st, 2000. There is zero doubt or confusion about the Y2K bug -- pretty much the opposite of climate change "science" which is nothing but FUD for the most part.

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