The Australian, 29 June 2022 The term existential was popularised in the 20th century by French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre, who believed that because there was no god, existence was absurd, life had no meaning and the individual therefore faced an existential crisis. In psychology, existential crises are inner conflicts characterised by the impression that life … Continue reading Richard Alston:Beware Existential Angst of the Climate Alarmists
Left media keep public in dark on renewablesCHRIS MITCHELL The left media’s reaction to Labor’s win has been eerily similar to that after the 2007 win by the Rudd government. Picture: Getty Images 9:08PM JUNE 12, 2022 Many media commentators have welcomed the election of the Albanese government as the beginning of the end of … Continue reading Oh For More of This Common Sense!
I was tremendously impressed with this "Conversation" - https://johnanderson.net.au/conversations-lord-jonathan-sumption/ Sumption's clarity of mind and mastery of expression, together with John's incisive direction, had a great impact. I was, however, astonished to hear Lord Sumption say that he believed human caused climate change was "a potentially terminal problem" and he accepts the scientific basis of this … Continue reading Jonathan Sumption With John Anderson
Extract from my Outback Opera Post of 22nd May,2022- Like the Winton drive, I had never driven (or flown over) this country and was very pleasantly surprised. Mile after mile of lovely open rolling downs carrying a good body of green grasses. Extract from my Ashes to Ashes Post of 10th August,2019- On to the … Continue reading Memory Lapses