1st October - Today's News: Deadly Typhoon Jelawat Hits Japanese Car

And a new geoengineering idea that doesn't involve sulphur: global warming could be combatted with asteroid dust

Another story on how wind farms given £34m to switch off in bad weather - which does however ignore the fact it's cheaper and much easier to switch off wind turbines than any conventional power station.   The story is true: but not all the pertinent facts have been mentioned.   The real issue is that we need to develop a means of storing wind generated electricty.

And as a good example of how the media manipulate news stories, one I questioned last week: North Sea cod: is it true there are only 100 left?  Although maybe they're getting smaller as it's now being suggested that climate change may shrink fish  May, of course, being the pertinent word here.


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