Wednesday, 15 December 2010


The appalling eco-fascist Bruno Walther has had another crude hatchet job on Lomborg published by the Timid Times. I may write a rebuttal, but I'm preoccupied with swatting up on Wikileaks and tech-stuff at the moment; there is a lot to consider, particularly, for example, to what extent Paul Marks is correct when he claims that Wikileaks, whether deliberately or not, will serve merely as a pretext for greater regulatory control over the internet. There are various conjectures floating around - not as to whether or not this is true (the pontifications of the likes of Lieberman show this) - but as to how feasible such an attempt would be in practice. I'm not a tech-geek, so I've got what looks like a steep learning curve.

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