Friday, 1 April 2011


The Spectator debate resulted in a convincing win by Nigel Lawson's side against a warmist team including Sir David King. It seems that whenever a debate is held on global warming it is won by the sceptics. This cannot be a coincidence - could it be that the warmist arguments are weak?

1 comment:

Edward Spalton said...

As a Euro-sceptic/pro independence campaigner, I have been winning debates against the pro-EU camp for 20 years - but it has not made the slightest difference to the consensus of the leaderships of the main political parties. This appears to replicate the experiences of the AGW debate.

Are they, by any chance, connected?