Dr. Soon, an astrophysicist, authored The Maunder Minimum and The Variable Sun-Earth Connection. Presented at the Doctors for Disaster Preparedness 31st Annual Meeting, July 13, 2013, Houston, Texas.
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This video is about one hour long, I only listened to the first few minutes, but Dr. Soon appears to be very funny, relaxed, and right on target.
Don Easterbrook’s testimony to the Washington State Senate on March 26, 2013 is outstanding. It goes on for about an hour. We owe him a lot for having the courage and fortitude for doing this! Pass it on.
The media coverage of Superstorm Sandy was 24/7. However, there was little mention of climate change. Why is this? And why didn’t Obama or Romney mention climate change at all in the three TV debates despite a summer of record temperatures, historic drought and wildfires in the US? Why are so many people in the US in denial of this dire situation? And is the thermometer going up or down? CrossTalking with Patrick Michaels, Denis Rancourt and Richard Milne.
See video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mf1a94SyNmg&feature=youtu.be
Source: Sun News[Canada]
Michael Coren talks to Lord Monckton about climate myths.
Collection of Monckton SPPI papers
Source: No Frakking Consensus
This blog will return in mid-September. In the meantime, here’s a video of a presentation I gave in Australia last month – and some thoughts on the bankruptcy of contemporary green analysis.
To those of you who’ve been checking this blog for new material, please accept my apologies for the radio silence.
The climate debate can be a difficult place in which to live. Emotions run high. Chronic simple-mindedness abounds. Sometimes a person needs a bit of a holiday.
Those of us who regard affordable energy as a golden ticket out of drudgery, as providing access to light, heat, refrigeration, and safe cooking facilities can only marvel that there still are people who consider McKibben’s perspective “a riveting fresh look” at the climate debate. (more…)
Source: FOX News
West Virginia residents face unemployment, jobs crisis
Video about Obama’s attack on the US coal industry. This a direct attack not only on the nation, but each worker and member of the nation’s coal industry.
Marc Morano and Lord Monckton address the absurd notion of man-made global warming causing “climate refugees” and other human rights problems.
OPINION by Christopher Monckton
Lord Christopher Monckton, chief policy advisor to the Science and Public Policy Institute and former science advisor to Margaret Thatcher, tells The New American from Rio that the just-concluded Rio+20 conference was not about saving the planet or eradicating poverty, but about shackling the plant under global government. He also optimistically stresses that the “pointy heads here in Rio” have failed despite their declaration of success and that “the game is up.” Video produced by http://www.libertynewsnetwork.tv
Global Warming hypocrisy on display at UN IPCC COP 16 in Cancun Mexico.
Source: Not Evil Just Wrong
James Cameron is still hiding and refusing to debate Global warming.
But that doesn’t stop him from wanting to tell the rest of what to do.
Last March Cameron said he wanted to call the “deniers” out to a high noon debate and he even invited me to a debate in Aspen. Cameron kept putting barriers in the way, but even when I agreed to all his conditions he bailed out at the last minute.
He may be scared to debate, but he is not scared to spend money so that others can hear about his opinions. And he is not afraid to spend money to tell the rest of us we have to live with less.
Cameron has just given $1m to help defeat California’s Prop23 which will overturn the Global Warming Bill. If Cameron succeeds and Prop 23 is defeated energy bills will go up – prices will increase and yet more jobs will flee the state.
Cameron has already told us that we are “going to have to live with less” but it seems that living for less is just for us and not for him.
Nothing has or will change in James Cameron’s lifestyle.
To see just how much of a “Prop 23 hypocrite” James Cameron is watch the video.
Europe’s Ill Wind is a film about the views of people living near existing or planned wind farm developments. Their objections have been dismissed by the wind industry, government and pro-wind campaigners as selfish NIMBYism, leaving unanswered many questions about the reliability and environmental credentials of wind energy.
This site is under construction. In the near future, we will be publishing more information about the views in the film, and links to many further sources of information. There will also be an extended version of the film and extended interviews with the people who have appeared in it.
Video on realities of British wind energy here
1. What are people’s objections to windfarms?
People’s first objections to wind farms are the despoilment of British natural heritage and fantastic scenery, the noise and nuisance during and after construction and effects on tourism and house prices. However, objectors soon learn that wind farms simply do not work as they are intended. They do not reduce CO2 emissions or provide a reliable electricity supply.……………..read on!
2. Do windfarms produce a reliable electricity supply?
No. Wind turbines have rated maximum power outputs, typically 1.8 MW, but because wind is variable, the output of wind turbines also varies according to the wind speed (measured in m/s).
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%age of installed capacity
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It is claimed that the wind supply will not be interrupted because it is always blowing somewhere, but this is not the case. Often areas of high pressure cover the entire of Western Europe, meaning there is very little or no wind. (more…)