Sunday, 23 December 2012

Seasonal Greetings

I'm not of a religious disposition, but I see no harm in pinching exploiting the best bits of someone else's religion when it suits me, and as I applaud and seek to follow what (mostly) coincides with basic Christian principles -

A merry Christmas and a happy, productive (no, I don't mean that) and prosperous new year, and may your sceptical wits become ever sharper.


  1. Just to say hoping that you're having a great Xmas and that next year will be another good one for the sceptics - looking forward to it!

    1. I'd say it's very likely (>90%) that next year will continue the accelerating trend (mostlyharmless, Cull A. et al 2012) of sceptical debunking of the catastrophic meme. It's good fun, educational, it's the right thing to do, and achieves unprecedented (period 1990-2012) levels of satisfaction. Blogs are responsible for a positive feedback to alarmist sensitivity, creating a forcing which is leading to more and more outrageous and plainly stupid reactions (Mann et al twitter 2012).

      I'll match your seasonal wishes and advance you a happy and productive new year.