By Andrew Bolt ~
Is there any field which Tim Flannery has not decorated with his dud predictions?
Peak oil. The Financial Times, yesterday:
As a miserable year for the oil industry draws to a close … 2016 is shaping up to be even worse … The outlook was already dire a year ago. Since then, Brent crude has fallen a further 39 per cent, to about $US37 per barrel on Monday, and is trading at close to an 11-year low.
And peak Tim Flannery, Wired, March 15, 2006:
Wired: Do you believe that we’re coming into the peak production of oil …?
Flannery: All the projections suggests that we’re hitting it … Just play a little thought game … It’s 2016 … Imagine oil prices twice or three times what they are today.
Flannery seems to have a marked taste for the apocalyptic, leaving him in the curious position of being constantly disappointed by good news.
Andrew Bolt’s columns appear in Melbourne’s Herald Sun, Sydney’s Daily Telegraph and Adelaide’s Advertiser. He runs the most-read political blog in Australia and hosts Channel 10’s The Bolt Report each Sunday at 10am. He is also heard from Monday to Friday at 8am on the breakfast show of radio station MTR 1377, and his book Still Not Sorry remains very widely read.