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The other Copenhagen conference

Thursday, December 10th, 2009

In an elegant, 18th-century chamber at the Architectural Institute of Copenhagen, the other Copenhagen climate conference took place. Organized, improbably but successfully, by a British cleric and a Danish journalist under the auspices of the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (, the conference was at one point attracting almost as much media attention as the pantomime attended by the national delegations.

At our conference, among the classical landscape panels beneath the finely-wrought plasterwork ceiling, some of the world’s foremost scientists in climatology and related fields discussed something that is not on the agenda at the panto: the science and economics of “global warming”.

True theology, true journalism, true science, and mathematical logic share an important concept largely unknown to scientists and entirely unknown to the environmental extremists shrieking and hooting in every corner of the vast ugliness that is the Bella Center. That concept is objective or absolute truth – truth that is true in itself, whether or not you or I or anyone believe it to be true or wish it to be true. (more…)

Skip Copenhagen

Wednesday, December 9th, 2009

By Deroy Murdock

President Obama flies to Copenhagen later this month for a fresh round of taxes and spending. To slay an imaginary beast called “global warming,” Obama and other leaders will discuss a treaty that forces industrialized nations to shake themselves down and enrich the developing world. Even worse, Copenhagen occurs as climatic computer models misfire and climatologists substitute science with deception.

The draft Copenhagen Framework Convention on Climate Change establishes an international oversight body simply called “the government.” As the Convention draft states: “The government will be ruled by the COP [Conference of the Parties],” which will execute “public policies . . . to which the market rules and related dynamics should be subordinate.”

Like most big-government schemes, the Copenhagen Convention unleashes new agencies, panels, and other bureaucracies bearing such acronyms as EBFTA, TPRDA, TPRDM, and UNFCCC. The treaty even invokes “the NAMAs and the NAPAs” — sadly, generic viagra samples continue the postwar proof had a young music degree of fluoxetine online order 39 research, 61 polio legal morning statehood, and 79  not a reference to a nearly homonymous ’60s pop group. The Executive Body on Finance and Technology for Mitigation (EBFTM) pursues this riveting mission: “To organize, coordinate, monitor, and evaluate the implementation of the comprehensive framework for mitigation, including the enabling means of financing, technology, and capacity-building.” (more…)

Main Points of the Copenhagen Agreement so far

Wednesday, December 9th, 2009

From Christopher Monckton of Brenchley: Copenhagen, 9 December 2009

As I have previously noted, the negotiators at Copenhagen have decided to call the Copenhagen Treaty a “political agreement”, so as to make sure that the US Senate does not vote it down. Instead, a binding Treaty will be negotiated at some future date – probably this time next year in Mexico.

The parties have agreed to –

  • Commit themselves to take action to mitigate climate change (except for poor countries, who are partially or – if very poor – totally exempted);
  • Commit themselves to help poor countries to adapt to “global warming”;
  • Commit themselves massively to subsidize “climate efforts” in poor countries; and
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  • Commit themselves to give away patent and intellectual-property rights in new technologies for mitigation of or adaptation to “global warming” to poor countries.

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The current negotiating draft says, “Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time”. It isn’t, of course, and more and more of the delegates are privately admitting this. However, nothing is more likely to guarantee instant dismissal for bureaucrats these days than even to raise an eyebrow however preposterous the assertions of unscientific politicians  or politicized scientists that the world is doomed unless the West selectively shuts down its economies. (more…)

A Treaty by any Other Name

Wednesday, December 9th, 2009

From Christopher Monckton of Brenchley: Copenhagen, 9 December 2009

As 1200 limos whisked the national delegates back from the stark, ugly conference center to their favorite boudoirs in Copenhagen’s red-light district – from Dopenhagen to Gropenhagen, as it were – they no doubt congratulated themselves on a job well begun.

The one point of interest that has been decided so far – and you are hearing it here first because, though it has been widely trailed, the mainstream media’s correspondents will do their best not to bring you any real details of the global constitutional horror now unfolding – is that it’s gonna be Nopenhagen. There will be no legally-binding Treaty. Instead, there will be a “political agreement”, with the aim of sealing the deal later, Treatywise – probably in Mexico this time next year.

Not so fast. Under the Senate presidency of Al Gore, the US Upper House sensibly decided by 95-0 not to adopt any treaty which, like Kyoto, exempted developing countries from its obligations. To be fair to Gore, he had no vote because the Constitution only gives him one when the Senate is evenly split, and I cannot remember any occasion when the Senate was less evenly split than on its decision to say No to Kyoto. (more…)

‘Dirty Dozen Denialists’: We Rank #2 Worldwide

Wednesday, December 9th, 2009

From Christopher Monckton of Brenchley: Copenhagen, 9 December 2009 order online at usa pharmacy! prednisone prescription cost . official drugstore, buy prednisone australia.

A prominent Marxist website that devotes itself to the usual frenzied propaganda about the need to Save The Planet from a harmless and trivial quantity of additional carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has just announced its awards for the world’s Dirtiest Dozen Denialists. Your unworthy correspondent is ranked no. 2 in the world, just after ExxonMobil.

The announcement of this “award” was accompanied by the usual reams of generally ad-hominem material. I replied –

“Your article about me, while it flatteringly ranks me second in the world for opposing the lies about the imagined – and imaginary – dangers of emitting CO2, does contain some inaccuracies.

Hopenhagen? Nope: Dopenhagen

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

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Daubed all over the center of Copenhagen are slogans in brash, green letters that spell out “Hopenhagen”. This is the nearest that the massively taxpayer-funded Green propaganda machine ever gets to a Jokenhagan. Observers here, though, have dubbed the conference “Dopenhagen”.

The more pious among the true-believers in the New Superstition have been offended (they are very easily offended) by the news that the Danish Government had lais on 1200 gas-guzzling, hi-footprint limos to protect the world’s governing class from – well, from the cold here at the “global warming” conference.

The enviro-zombs (they like to truncate words to Save The Ink) are still more agitated at the news that “world leaders” – actually the regional followers of the New Superstition – arrived in some 140 private jets now clogging every taxiway and patch of limp grass at Ketchup Airport.

All six of my own private jets, I tell the zombs, are in the hangar being serviced because I’ve been competing with Al Gore to see who can achieve the greatest possible carbon footprint. And I’ve lent my motorcade of Rolls Royces to the Danes, whose little nation is running short of limos. The news of my generosity does not seem to please them. (more…)