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

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.

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EDITORIAL: Time to stock up on light bulbs

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.

wellbutrin generic

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 Read the rest of this entry »

Yet Another Fake Deadline for Global Warming Catastrophe

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.

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Put the acid on Great Barrier Reef doomsayers

April 13th, 2015

Source: The Australiancoral-reef-1

There is nothing more symbolic of the natural beauty of Australia than the Great Barrier Reef.

This makes it a powerful emotional tool to strike fear into the hearts of citizens. The ?ocean acidification? hypothesis, that corals and shellfish will die due to higher levels of carbon dioxide dissolved in the sea, is often used to stoke those fears.

Here?s why I don?t believe there is a shred of evidence to support these claims.

When the slight global warming that occurred between 1970 and 2000 came to a virtual standstill, the doomsayers adopted ­?climate change?, which apparently means all extreme weather events are caused by human emissions of CO2.

Cold, hot, wet, dry, wind, snow and large hailstones are attributed to humanity?s profligate use of fossil fuels. But the pause in global warming kept on and became embarrassing around 2005. Read the rest of this entry »

Silencing skeptics – financing alarmists

April 13th, 2015

Source: SPPI

Will Congress and media examine government, environmentalist and university alarmist funding?

by Paul Driessen

Sen. Edward Markey (D-MA), other senators and Congressman Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) recently sent letters to institutions that employ or support climate change researchers whose work questions claims that Earth and humanity face unprecedented manmade climate change catastrophes.

The letters allege that the targeted researchers may have “conflicts of interest” or may not have fully disclosed corporate funding sources. They say such researchers may have testified before congressional committees, written articles or spoken at conferences, emphasizing the role of natural forces in climate change, or questioning evidence and computer models that emphasize predominantly human causes.

Mr. Grijalva asserts that disclosure of certain information will “establish the impartiality of climate research and policy recommendations” published in the institutions’ names and help Congress make better laws. “Companies with a direct financial interest in climate and air quality standards are funding environmental research that influences state and federal regulations and shapes public understanding of climate science.” These conflicts need to be made clear, because members of Congress cannot perform their duties if research or testimony is “influenced by undisclosed financial relationships,” it says. Read the rest of this entry »

Climatist Jihad?

April 13th, 2015

Source: SPPI

Climate Crisis extremists attack experts who challenge claims of imminent climate Armageddon

by Paul Driessen

ISIL and other Islamist jihad movements continue to round up and silence all who oppose them or refuse to convert to their extreme religious tenets. They are inspiring thousands to join them. Their intolerance, vicious tactics and growing power seem to have inspired others, as well.

After years of claiming the science is settled and unprecedented manmade catastrophes are occurring right now, Climate Crisis, Inc. is increasingly desperate. Polls put climate change at the bottom of every list of public concerns. China and India refuse to cut energy production or emissions. Real-world weather and climate totally contradict their dire models and forecasts. Expensive, subsidized, environmentally harmful renewable energy makes little sense in world freshly awash in cheap, accessible oil, gas and coal. Read the rest of this entry »

The EPA’s Ozone Nightmare

April 13th, 2015

Source: Warning Signs


By Alan Caruba

Putting aside its insane attack on carbon dioxide, declaring the most essential gas on Earth, other than oxygen, a “pollutant”, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is currently engaged in trying to further regulate ozone for no apparent reason other than its incessant attack on the economy.

In late January on behalf of the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), Dr. Bonner R. Cohen, Ph.D, filed his testimony on the proposed national ambient air quality standard for ozone. The EPA wants to lower the current ozone standard of 75 parts per billion (ppb) to a range of 70 to 65 ppb, and even as low as 60 ppb.

“After promulgation of the current ozone standards in 2008,” Dr. Cohen noted, “EPA two years later called a temporary halt to the nationwide implementation of the standard in response to the severe recession prevailing at the time.” Read the rest of this entry »

Missing the mark on climate change skepticism

April 13th, 2015

Source: Wash Times

It’s not about the money, it’s about the science

By J. Scott Armstrong

During the past few weeks, a series of articles in the press have implied that Willie Soon, a well-known global-warming skeptic, had violated ethical standards by failing to disclose information about research funding.

Attacks on the integrity of global-warming skeptics are nothing new. As a co-author of two papers with Mr. Soon, I’ve been subjected to them myself. This time, however, the attacks have reached a feverish pitch. In addition, the government has gotten involved. Democratic Rep. Raul Grijalva of Arizona has requested information from seven universities about funding for research by global warming skeptics, while Democratic Sens. Barbara Boxer of California, Ed Markey of Massachusetts and Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island asked for similar information from 100 corporations.

With respect to our papers, the press repeated innuendos that Mr. Soon received funds from Southern Co. He did not, which is a matter of public record. Other than salaries from our employers, Mr. Soon, co-author Kesten Green and I received no money for our two papers at issue. Interestingly, it is our impression that our employers believe in the “dangerous man-made global warming hypothesis.” Read the rest of this entry »

Climate Change Special Interests Condemn Special Interests

April 13th, 2015

Source: No Frakking Consensus

by Donna Laframboise

Many of the scientists who signed an open letter have no problem with special interests influencing the world around them. They?re just trying to cheat by getting certain kinds of special interests banned from the playing field.

I?ve been writing about a nakedly political document recently signed by dozens of scientists (here and here). It is worth noticing one more thing about that obnoxious Open Letter to Museums from Members of the Scientific Community.

Although these people claim to be ?deeply concerned? that museums compromise their integrity when they accept charitable donations from ?special interests,? some of these people are themselves closely aligned with special interests. Read the rest of this entry »

The tip of the climate spending iceberg

April 13th, 2015

Source: SPPI

Tsunami of Green Climate Cash

Tsunami of Green Climate Cash

How your tax and consumer dollars finance Climate Crisis, Inc. and hobble America

by Paul Driessen

Lockheed Martin, a recent Washington Post article notes, is getting into renewable energy, nuclear fusion, “sustainability” and even fish farming projects, to augment its reduced defense profits. The company plans to forge new ties with Defense Department and other Obama initiatives, based on a shared belief in manmade climate change as a critical security and planetary threat. It is charging ahead where other defense contractors have failed, confident that its expertise, lobbying skills and “socially responsible” commitment to preventing climate chaos will land it plentiful contracts and subsidies.

As with its polar counterparts, 90% of the titanic climate funding iceberg is invisible to most citizens, businessmen and politicians. The Lockheed action is the mere tip of the icy mountaintop. Read the rest of this entry »

Witch-Hunt 2015

April 13th, 2015

Source: Capital Research Center

Facing the Green Hords

Facing the Green Hords

Leftist politicians and the media try to blacklist scientists who are skeptical about Global Warming
By Jim Lakely and James M. Taylor
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Perverse climate ?morality?

April 13th, 2015

Source:  SPPI

Victims of Green Poverty

Victims of Green Poverty

Current climate policies mean energy deprivation, poverty, disease and death for billions

by Paul Driessen

You?ve got to admit, liberal are masters at describing every initiative they launch as ?the moral thing to do.? Their campaign for draconian energy regulations and a new global warming treaty is no exception. Protecting people, wildlife and ecosystems from climate catastrophes is the greatest moral cause of our time, alarmist scientists, activists, politicians, bureaucrats, clerics and journalists insist. Rubbish.

It has nothing to do with morality. It?s all about money, power and control. It narrowly defines ?morality? to ignore the incredible benefits that fossil fuels and electricity bring to people everywhere ? while dismissing the enormous harm their policies will wreak on families and ecological values that they profess to care so much about. And it makes no mention of the fact that they will rarely, if ever, be held accountable for their falsehoods and fraudulent science, or the damage and deaths they cause. Read the rest of this entry »

New Material Posted on the CO2 Science Web site 2 April – 8 April 2015

April 13th, 2015

Source: CO2 Science

Strong Storms of the Little Ice Age on the Southern Coast of Brazil (8 April 2015)
A new paper provides more evidence for the reality of the Little Ice Age in the Southern Hemisphere, as well as its increased storminess compared to that of the Medieval and Current Warm Periods…

A Recipe for the Survival of a Species of Frogs in a Warming World (8 April 2015)
Their legs are good for a whole lot more than merely providing the raw materials for a delicious dish at a ritzy restaurant…

The Growth & Water Use Efficiency of Two Tree Species Since 1850 (7 April 2015)
Have the two phenomena been helped or hurt by the impacts of what climate alarmists consider to be the “twin evils” of atmospheric CO2 “pollution” and CO2-induced global warming?… Read the rest of this entry »

Two-thirds of Australias warming due to ?adjustments? ? according to 84 historic stations

April 13th, 2015

Source: Jo Nova

1954 Yearbook Brisbane

Here?s an update to the digging through our historic records we discussed a month ago, we can now include nearly twice the stations and the difference between temperatures originally recorded 100 years ago and temperatures today are even smaller.

Chris Gillham has been working with CSIR documents and official Commonwealth Year Books. Last month he used the 1953 Year Book which contained 44 weather station averages for 1911-40 to compare with 2000-14 temperatures, but has since discovered that the 1954 Year Book provides an additional 40 stations with 1911-40 data. The average rise in mean temperatures across all 84 weather stations around Australia over the last 70 years of global warming is about 0.3C. This larger dataset suggests as much as two thirds of the current official trend in Australian warming was due to post hoc adjustments, not heat recorded by thermometers.

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California Drought: The Rest of the Story

April 13th, 2015

Source: CATOdrought

By Paul C. “Chip” Knappenberger and Patrick J. Michaels

Global Science Report is a weekly feature from the Center for the Study of Science, where we highlight one or two important new items in the scientific literature or the popular media. For broader and more technical perspectives, consult our monthly ?Current Wisdom.?

When the national media covers a weather story these days, it almost certainly will find some angle in which to insert/assert an element of human-caused climate change, and that element will always be characterized such as to have made the situation worse. It would take a lot of thinking on our part to try to recollect a major weather-related story in which the global warming was suggested to have ameliorated the impact?this despite a scientific literature that is complex and nebulous as to the direction of most impacts, and even less certain regarding the current detectability of such impacts.

Take for example the coverage of the current drought in California. As the drought drags on with spring snowpack in the Sierra Nevadas at record low levels?a finding which has prompted California Gov. Brown to enact statewide water restrictions?the press is eager to finger our greenhouse gas-spewing modern economy as the prime culprit. The problem is most scientific research suggests that the lack of precipitation in California has its roots in natural variability (for example, this recent paper by Thomas Delworth and colleagues which finds a common cause to drought in the western U.S. and the hiatus in global warming).

Thus, for the time being at least, bedeviled by actual science, most in the press have resisted placing much of the blame on the lack of precipitation at the feet of anthropogenic global warming.

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