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Tech & Science 'Mickey Mouse' and other fake scientists revealed as signatories on climate petition

23:52  07 november  2019
23:52  07 november  2019 Source:   skynews.com.au

Schoolboy error! Cops troll a driver after spotting his fake number plate - which includes a VERY embarrassing spelling mistake

  Schoolboy error! Cops troll a driver after spotting his fake number plate - which includes a VERY embarrassing spelling mistake The obviously fake number plate on a Holden Berlina was seen by police in Wyndham, south-west Melbourne on Friday. 'Victoria - the edgucation state,' the plate read. © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A picture of the number plate was shared to Facebook by Wyndham police, mocking the driver's spelling skills A picture of the number plate was shared to Facebook by Wyndham police, who mocked the driver's spelling skills.'Criminal mastermind... not quite!' the post read.'We gave him an 8/10 for his colouring in skills, a 2/10 for his spelling ability and an additional charge for court.

Sky News host James Morrow says a petition calling for the declaration of a climate emergency is signed by "climate cultists" trying to enforce "their own socialist ideals".

Mr Morrow’s comments come after it was revealed that 11,000 signatures touted in the media as proof there was a climate emergency may have been hijacked by a few fake signatories including Mickey Mouse from the Mickey Mouse School of the Blind and Zoology professor Araminta Aardvark from the University of Neasden.

Activist asks Indian court to order probe into WhatsApp over hacking scandal

  Activist asks Indian court to order probe into WhatsApp over hacking scandal Activist asks Indian court to order probe into WhatsApp over hacking scandalThe petition could present a new legal headache for WhatsApp and its parent Facebook in India, where it has already been hit by backlash over fake news messages and a lawsuit around its adherence to data localization norms that together have delayed the launch of a payments service on WhatsApp, which is used by over 400 million Indians.

“It is just hilarious that all of these journalists are so eager to say ‘11,000 scientists have all said it's a climate emergency’ and they’ve just run with it and no one has thought to run a ruler down, say, 20 of them to see what sort of people we are talking about here,” Mr Morrow said.

Mr Morrow said the petition also called for the destruction of capitalism.

“So many people are willing to be the useful idiots for these climate cultists who want to use the environment as a way to enforce their own socialist ideals which have failed time and time again for a hundred years," he said.

Scientists Narrow Down Number of Exoplanets Which Could Host Alien Life .
"'Are we alone?' is one of the biggest unanswered questions. If we can predict which planets are most likely to host life, then we might get that much closer to answering it within our lifetimes," first author of a new paper said.For a study published in The Astrophysical Journal, a team of researchers used 3D climate models incorporating atmospheric chemistry to examine the habitability of planets around so-called M dwarf (or red dwarf stars)—which make up around 70 percent of all the stars in the universe.

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