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China Emits 30% of CO2, But We Should Pay For It

Larry Elliott, economics editor of the Guardian, writes Fairness will be key to successfully tackling the climate crisis. Is he saying that the Chinese will need to do their share to reduce CO2 emissions? The report from the Intergovernmental Panel … Continue reading

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If God is Dead, Are We Next?

I’m going to comment on the Aussie Nationalist’s post The problem with rationalism. While our opinions on both rationalism and the coronavirus vaccine differ in the details, the Nationalist’s thoughts bear witnessing. In large part, the definition of ‘rationalism’ varies … Continue reading

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A Libertarian Perspective on Covid-19

There is a vast spectrum of opinion on Covid-19 and the SARS2 corona virus. One end believes that governments should declare martial law and forcefully lock down their people, in the extreme, extending such lock-downs indefinitely to prevent climate change. … Continue reading

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Who Will Have Access to the Coronavirus Vaccine?

The Guardian asks How will the world’s poorest people get a coronavirus vaccine? What are they suggesting? Vaccines for Covid-19 are coming. Billions of dollars are flowing in, over 100 efforts are under way, and at least 13 leading candidates are already … Continue reading

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