Merry Christmas from ACM

ACM Towers chewing through plenty of coal-fired electricity

Wishing all my readers a very Merry Christmas (or happy holidays if you prefer) and health and happiness for 2012.



  1. All the very best to all from the UK & have a great xmas & keep up the good work!.

  2. Have a good one Simon.
    Drink plenty of carbon dioxide laced beverages 😉 !

  3. A Merry Christmas ACM, I’ve enjoyed all your articles over the year.

  4. Bob Campbell says:

    Merry Christmas and happy new year to you Simon.

  5. A very Merry Christmas to you and your Family, and I wish you all the best for the New Year.

  6. Simon and regular readers
    Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas.
    From the great white north.

  7. Thank You Simon and a Happy Holiday or ‘Uaka’ (the original Egyptian Festival for this time of the year) to you.

    The word Chrst is Egyptian and it meant ‘BURIAL’. It appears on the coffin lids of many mummies which had been ‘anointed’ with embalming fluids and nacre. In time people got the meaning mixed up. The wrong meaning has been around for a long time since the Septuagint uses it in Isaiah 45:1 to name the King Cyrus of Persia ‘Christ’. This verse is on the Persian Cylinder in the British Museum, reading slightly differently.

    Hadrian also referred to Bishops of the Egyptian cult of Serapis as ‘Chrestians’.

  8. Nenky L Wibawa via Facebook says:

    All the best and keep exposing the global warming frauds.

  9. Merry Christmas Simon and keep up the good work in 2012!

  10. Mervyn Sullivan says:

    Yep… Merry Christmas to you Simon and to readers and may 2012 be a turning point in the fight against IPCC climate pseudo science mumbo jumbo!

  11. Bryan Harris says:

    Happy Christmas Simon – and to all like minded people, even the alarmists… perhaps some Christmas spirit will invigorate their souls to come clean, be more real and show their human side again – Do keep up the great work.

    ….but please – no more slipping towards the politically correct use of holiday instead of Christmas – I now tell people who push this term that its an insult to our traditions.

  12. All the best from the West. Thanks for all the work you have put into this over the past year. It is making a difference.

  13. Merry Christmas to you and your family Simon and thanks for all your effort.
    Have a happy and safe Christmas.

  14. Simon, I fear with all those Christmas lights that your house will be filled with ‘black balloons’. 😀

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