It took me a while to find a moment to write about this, but within 48 hours of the release of my video “Climate Changes, But Facts Don’t: Debunking Monckton” I received a short response from Monckton.
Today I enabled the new Real Sceptic template which is a complete rewrite of the earlier version. The new template resolves issues with browsers, devices and WordPress itself. It also adds some new functionality the old template didn’t have, such as moderator comments.
Please note though that this template isn’t complete, many of the new features and performance enhancements aren’t yet enabled. These will be slowly added/enabled the coming weeks/months.
If you see any bugs, or experience any issues, please do not hesitate to send them to me and I’ll resolve them as quickly as possible.
Not a lot of my readers will know that I’m quite active on twitter, despite my near silence on this blog due to a project I’m working on. I often engage other users on twitter, share interesting news and give my own perspective on events. Well, as far as that is possible within 140 characters.
I like engaging other users on twitter, it helps with getting a feel what is being said on subjects and why some are saying it. So it’s not strange that because of this I have exchanges with more known users. As long as everyone is respectful to each other this can be an absolute joy.
And this is where James Delingpole comes into the picture. Read more
This is what I try to do, and everyone should do, when they debate or discuss a subject
The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and PROTECT IP Act (PIPA) would allow the US government to block any of us from accessing sites if they allegedly contain copyright infringing material.
Big sites like YouTube, Facebook or even small start-ups can be shut down by a company accusing them of publishing copyrighted material.
No court, no judge, nobody checking if someone actually did something wrong. Read more