This new poll confirms the trend away from belief in man made global warming. Despite the government's massive spending on propaganda the trend continues to run away from them.
Saturday, 27 February 2010
Christopher Booker's brilliant expose sums up the devastating collapse of the global warming edifice in the face of the multiple failures exposed in recent months. Here in the UK, Booker alone has relentlessly publicised the scandal week in and week out. He deserves much of the credit for the shift in public opinion. Surely our politicians will soon get the message?
An excellent piece in The Times here.
Friday, 26 February 2010
Thursday, 25 February 2010
Here's an excellent piece from EUReferendum which turns the tables on those who imagine that it's the money from 'big oil' which distorts climate science, when in fact it is the money from 'big government' which has done the distorting as the article clearly demonstrates.
Wednesday, 24 February 2010
This report explains how several law suits are in the pipe line to challenge the US EPA's (Environment Protection Agency) finding, that CO2 is a danger to human health and must be strictly controlled. I look forward to hearing the court proceedings!
Tuesday, 23 February 2010
Monday, 22 February 2010
Professor Phil Jones, currently suspended from being head of the Climate Research Unit, is considering issuing a correction to his 1990 paper on the Urban Heat Island Effect. It now appears that much of the data from stations in China is of dubious quality - if it existed at all. This article gives the details.
Sunday, 21 February 2010
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Wednesday, 17 February 2010
Here is an excellent tour-de-force from Dr Richard North of EUReferendum blog. In this article he pulls together a number of new papers which repudiate the current global warming hypothesis. Gordon Brown calls sceptics 'flat-earthers' and worse, but in reality he is relying on the words of so-called scientists who have been shown to be heavily biased in favour of their own work.
Tuesday, 16 February 2010
This report explains that the BBC pension scheme depends upon the success of carbon emissions trading schemes and other businesses in related fields. The question is; does this make the BBC biased when reporting climate change issues?
Monday, 15 February 2010
This report explains the bizarre behaviour of those entrusted with the task of compiling the world's temperature, in culling almost 30% of the remaining weather stations from those included. We need to know what the reason for this is.
Sunday, 14 February 2010
This report on Channel 4 gives the details of how on the first day of the inquiry into the leaked emails, one of the panel members has agreed to step down as a result of protests about his biased remarks on the affair. We don't know whether the views of the others are any more objective, but at least it's a start. It will be a travesty if the result is a whitewash, but it's still a likely outcome.
Here are more details on the make up of the panel and their terms of reference.
Saturday, 13 February 2010
This report shows very clearly the nonsense about a consensus among the climate science community. The criticisms are so scathing that it is hard to believe that they were made by a colleague of none other than James Hansen, who has lead the whole alarmist movement.
Friday, 12 February 2010
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Wednesday, 10 February 2010
UK Readers will no doubt be delighted (not) to hear that £3.5 million has been spent on recruiting 'climate champions' to spread the message about reducing our 'carbon footprint'. Here is the story.
Tuesday, 9 February 2010
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Thursday, 4 February 2010
For a bit of light relief this clip depicting the 'bunker mentality' is a cleverly subtitled clip from a film of Hitler's final days as though he is masterminding the global warming campaign. If one imagines the conspirators at CRU replacing the Third Reich in the clip it does seem very amusing.
Wednesday, 3 February 2010
This Times article gives the details. Yet another example of shoddy review of items put into this so-called "authoritative" document which has now been shown to be very flawed indeed.
IPCC Chairman, Rajendra Pachauri, is closely connected with The Energy Research Institute (TERI), which has been given £10 million by the UK government to carry on with its 'good work'. UK taxpayers will be pleased.
Tuesday, 2 February 2010
This article by James Delingpole gives an excellent summary of the BBC's stance on the reporting of global warming issues.
It is just one of a large number of good articles from James. If you have time I recommend his blog for an interesting and informative read on the subject. Here is the link.