Archive for May, 2015

On Bradley: Blackmail or Let?s Make a Deal.

Friday, May 22nd, 2015

Source: Wattsup

by Steven Mosher

Not the funniest Monty Python sketch, but for me it illustrates what the climate wars have finally come down to: blackmail. The examples range from the benign?pressuring journalists not listen to skeptics? to the professional? pressuring colleagues to avoid working with skeptics, to the petty?Ammann refusing to do a paper with McIntyre because it would be bad for his career? to the bizarre, blowing up people who refuse to sign a pledge to cut their carbon emissions.

Aptly titled, ?no pressure?, this video depicts the common fantasy people have about those with whom they disagree. ?Why can?t we just blow them up? ? When reasoned words don?t work, there is an ineluctable progression through the following stages?naming calling, caricature, demonizing, dehumanizing, through fantasy attacks which culminate in action. Doing something about it. Showing them you mean business.

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Global cooling hits Al Gore's home

Friday, May 22nd, 2015

Source: UK Telegraph

by Christopher Booker

Nashville, the home of leading global warming prophet Al Gore, has enjoyed the coolest July 21 on record, observes Christopher Booker.

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Al Gore, obscured by snow Photo: AP

It was delightfully appropriate that, as large parts of Argentina were swept by severe blizzards last week, on a scale never experienced before, the city of Nashville, Tennessee, should have enjoyed the coolest July 21 in its history, breaking a record established in 1877. Appropriate, because Nashville is the home of Al Gore, the man who for 20 years has been predicting that we should all by now be in the grip of runaway global warming. (more…)

A View On the Select Committee Report

Friday, May 22nd, 2015

by Richard Courtney, UK

I think it is obvious, and I am not at all surprised that the Select Committee has published the ?findings? that it has.

I am holding in my hand the full Report of that Select Committee (the Select Committee has kindly sent me two copies), and it is very obvious that this Report represents a legal ? and not a scientific ? understanding of ?evidence?.

Simply, the Select Committee assessed information in the same way that a Court of Law would.

Legal ?evidence? is completely different from scientific evidence. Scientific ?evidence? is information obtained from observation of the real world. Law Courts assess the credibility of opinions. They do not have the technical expertise to assess scientific arguments. (more…)


Thursday, May 21st, 2015

Source:  UK Express

A CONTROVERSIAL climate change scientist at a top university faced mounting calls for his resignation last night after it emerged he breached rules by withholding research data from critics.

Professor Phil Jones, director of University of East Anglia?s climatic research unit ? funded by £13million in grants ? colluded with colleagues to block freedom of information applications for details of his activities, the Deputy Information Commissioner Graham Smith found.

Emails begging other scientists to help him fight off the applications showed the requests were ?not dealt with as they should have been?, Mr Smith said.

The university could have faced an unlimited fine for the breaches but escaped because of a loophole. More than six months had passed since the offences happened and there is a time limit on penalties. (more…)

And one day pigs may fly…

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

Source:  Wash Post  Flying_Pigs

“We might one day find ourselves looking back on the crazy weather of the 2010s with a deep yearning for those halcyon days.”

The rise in the surface temperature of earth has been markedly slower over the last 15 years than in the 20 years before that. And that lull in warming has occurred even as greenhouse gases have accumulated in the atmosphere at a record pace.

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The slowdown is a bit of a mystery to climate scientists. True, the basic theory that predicts a warming of the planet in response to human emissions does not suggest that warming should be smooth and continuous. To the contrary, in a climate system still dominated by natural variability, there is every reason to think the warming will proceed in fits and starts. (more…)

Australian PM Top Advisor: Climate Change ?About a New World Order Under the Control of the UN?

Saturday, May 9th, 2015

Source: Daily Sheeple

UN IPCC Goal: Prison Planet

UN IPCC Goal: Prison Planet

This is the kind of quote that would have made big headlines half a decade back or so?

Now, the people at the top are openly admitting in everyone?s face that the global warming data has been falsified for years to bring about authoritarian, global control and it barely catches people?s attention.

This is what they are doing to everyone through everything from propaganda to mandates, and it is working.

Via The Business Insider:

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott?s top business advisor on Friday claimed climate change was a ruse encouraged by the United Nations to create a new authoritarian world order under its control.


EDITORIAL: Time to stock up on light bulbs

Thursday, May 7th, 2015

Source Washington Times

Government ban on mercury-free fixtures takes effect Jan. 1

Within four weeks, it will be a crime to manufacture a 100-watt version of Thomas A.

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Edison?s brilliant invention. Thanks to a Democratic Congress and the signature of President George W. Bush in 2007, anti-industrial zealots at the Energy Department received authority to blot out one of the greatest achievements of the industrial age. They?re coming for our light bulbs (more…)

Yet Another Fake Deadline for Global Warming Catastrophe

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

Source: the U K GuardianBogus

 UN scientists warn time is running out to tackle global warming

Governments are running out of time to address climate change and to avoid the worst effects of rising temperatures, an influential UN panel warned yesterday.

Greater energy efficiency, renewable electricity sources and new technology to dump carbon dioxide underground can all help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the experts said. But there could be as little as eight years left to avoid a dangerous global average rise of 2C or more.

The warning came in a report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published yesterday in Bangkok. It says most of the technology needed to stop climate change in its tracks already exists, but that governments must act quickly to force through changes across all sectors of society. Delays will make the problem more difficult, and more expensive.