Smart Money is Moving South


Smart Money is Moving South

The Smart Money in Europe is once again moving towards the warmth of southern Spain.

Marbella Property Market

Principal Vendors

Malaga Province - Property Transactions

Perhaps the Smart Money has been reading Piers Corbyn at

Mini Ice Age

Possibly the Smart Money remembers the winter of 2009-10.

The winter of 2009–2010 in Europe was unusually cold. Globally, atypical weather patterns brought cold, moist air from the north. Weather systems were undergoing cyclogenesis from North American storms moving across the Atlantic Ocean to the west, and saw many parts of Europe experiencing heavy snowfall and record-low temperatures.

This led to a number of deaths, widespread transport disruption, power failures and the postponement of a number of sporting events.

Great Britain and Ireland on 7 January 2010

Doubtless the Smart Money remembers the cold in February 2012.

The Early 2012 European cold wave was a deadly cold wave that started on January 27, 2012 and brought snow and freezing temperatures to much of the European continent.

There were 824+…

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Richard Feynman on Pseudoscience and Uncertainty


Richard Feynman - The Pleasure Of Finding Things Out

The BBC Horizon The Pleasure of Finding Things Out[1981] interview with Richard Feynman is available on Youtube.

The Pleasure of Finding Things Out was filmed in 1981 and will delight and inspire anyone who would like to share something of the joys of scientific discovery. Feynman is a master storyteller, and his tales — about childhood, Los Alamos, or how he won a Nobel Prize — are a vivid and entertaining insight into the mind of a great scientist at work and play.

In this candid interview Feynman touches on a wide array of topics from the beauty of nature to particle physics. He explains things that are hard to grasp in layman’s terms much like Carl Sagan did in the cosmos series. His explanation of the scientific method covers what we know, why we know it and most importantly, what we don’t know and the pleasure of figuring…

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Greenies Ship Their Pollution To China


By Paul Homewood

Not only are electric cars extremely expensive and unfit for purpose, it also appears they are not as green as their proponents would like us to believe.


From the GWPF:

The link is graphite, a vital component in batteries used in Tesla’s Model S, Toyota’s plug-in Prius and other electric cars, as well as in electronic gadgets including iPhones. It’s mostly mined and processed in China where graphite pollution has fouled air and water, damaged crops and raised health concerns. Now, in response, Chinese authorities are closing dozens of graphite mines and processors in a bid for cleaner air even as global demand for the commodity is surging.

“There’s little question that the Chinese are between a rock and a hard place environmentally,” said Josh Landess, an advanced transportation analyst with Bloomberg New Energy Finance. “There’s an obvious irony that the disruption it’s causing is within…

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