About time. Firms, in staggering numbers, and supported by their shareholders, pay peanuts and expect everyone else to supplement the crumbs they begrudgingly pay via increasingly shaved government payments. Meanwhile they dodge taxes, health and respite contributions through employing several people part-time workers instead of proper jobs. The amount of money they steal from the community by these methods pales into small change any Daily Flail (and its press-gang posse) pushed (so-called) benefit cheating. Profit for the sake of greed at the expense of people’s welfare is only one of this world’s despicable curses. Good on Corbyn! Jeremy Corbyn to warn businesses over ‘unfair’ pay
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A tribute to Dave Oester (and a caution) from Brian Allan, editor of Phenomena Magazine:
A mathematical discovery by Perth (Australia) -based electrical engineer Dr David Evans may change everything about the climate debate, on the eve of the UN climate change conference in Paris next month.
A former climate modeller for the Government’s Australian Greenhouse Office, with six degrees in applied mathematics, Dr Evans has unpacked the architecture of the basic climate model which underpins all climate science.
This is an article that was previously published on my former website, Looking into the Dark Places.
In their 1989 book, ‘The Sun and the Serpent‘, Hamish Miller and Paul Broadhurst described their epic journey tracing the long May Day dragon lines that weave across the breadth of England, from the tip of Cornwall at Carn Lês Boel to (what I’ve perceived to be) the navel of the Goddess, by the burned-out church of St. Margaret’s at Hopton-on-Sea. Norfolk.(St. Margaret is a dragon-slayer – which I can’t recall the book mentioning, though it might have.) Continue reading →