Posted 25 November 2013

Anyone interested in topics such as: (a), costs of mitigation v adaptation; (b), how climate change has affected other creatures; or (c)  the fallacy of so-called "acidifcatioon" of the oceans, will enjoy reading the responses of Viscount Christopher Monckton to a Profess...

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Posted 25 November 2013

 Want a catch-up on what might have caused Typhoon Haiyan that devasted part of the Philippines, or the ethanol disaster, or why it made sense for the new Australian Government to repeal carbon tax, or watch a revealing video about the costs of environmental scaremongerin...

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Posted 25 November 2013

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The UN climate conference in Warsaw, Poland over the past two weeks has clearly demonstrated that their chickens are finally coming home to roost. UN delegates are actually being held accountable for the climate change problems which those representa...

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Posted 18 November 2013

"IPCC scientists concluded that they had only “Low confidence” that “damaging increases will occur in either drought or tropical cyclone activity” as a result of global warming. The NIPCC report released on September 17, 2013 concluded the same, asserting that 'In...

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Posted 18 November 2013

Essential watching for those interested in Science, Environmentalism and Humanity, this magnificent 36-minute oration by Matt Ridley at the IPA’s 2013 C.D. Kemp Lecture in Australia recently.

Truly  riveting and thought provoking; inspirational even.

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Posted 11 November 2013

"Let's face it. The climate has never been more boring. Even the weather blogs tryting to toe the party line and promote public panic - I mean awareness - of global warming are reduced to repoprting one of GISS's excessive spikes as being 'the fourth warmest September on re...

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Posted 10 November 2013

A case has been made on the Australian website Carbon-Sense.com for the repeal of that country's so-called "carbon tax."  - "We support the immediate repeal of the carbon tax. This tax was introduced by stealth, and the justification for its introduction is spurious. It s...

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Posted 6 November 2013

"We are all aware of the climate enthusiasts, who advocate quite substantial, and costly, responses to what they see as irrefutable evidence that the world’s climate faces catastrophe. By employing a sanctimonious tone against people who do not share their view, they show...

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Posted 5 November 2013

"The climate has never been more boring. Even the weather blogs trying to toe the party line and promote public panic — I mean 'awareness' — of global warming are reduced to reporting one of GISS’s excessive spikes as being “the fourth warmest September on record”...

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Posted 3 November 2013

"Surprise! Al Gore and his carbon credit huckstering partner David Blood, both principals  at Generation Investment Management (GIM), warn in their October 30 Wall Street Journal op/ed feature of peril to fossil fuel investments due to 'The Coming Carbon Asset Bubble”...

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Posted 3 November 2013

Is there a new scientific consensus forming around global cooling? That’s what environmentalist Lawrence Solomon writes in Canada's Financial Post, citing the fact that solar activity is decreasing at the fastest rate as anytime in the last 10,000 years. “Now an incre...

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Posted 30 October 2013

"So long as wind power remains more expensive than the alternatives, adding wind power cannot reduce the overall cost of power to the economy. The policy just shifts the costs of electricity from consumers to federal taxpayers. At the same time, lower prices reduce earnings...

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Posted 28 October 2013

"Given the IPCC’s history of repeated and frequent mistakes, it’s perfectly clear that they are a political organization, not a scientific one. Its primary purpose is to provide pseudo-scientific cover for a UN-led transfer of resources from people in wealthy countries

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Posted 27 October 2013

A new study in U.S.A. by Dr Craig Idso study provides a quantitative estimate of the direct monetary benefits conferred by atmospheric CO2 enrichment on both historic and future global crop production. The results indicate that the annual total monetary value of this benefi...

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Posted 23 October 2014

Larry Forbes latest column in Forbes magazine includes an interview with Dr Kesten Green, a New Zealander who, along with his U.S. coileague Dr J.Scott Armstring, is regarded as a top internatiional authority on forecasting. Questioned about the IPCC's modelling  techniq...

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Posted 18 October 2013

Matt Ridley (5th Viscount Ridley, also member of the UK House of Lords) is a noted British science journalist. He has written in the prominent UK paper, The Spectator, about ignorance of the beneficial effects of any global warming that may occur: "Climate change has done...

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Posted 17 October 2013

Larry S. Bell devotes his column in Forbes magazine to exposing what he calls "fibs" in the Summary for Policymakers of the IPCC's 5th Assessment Report.  He writes: "it’s way past time to come to terms with a true climate crisis, one where political agenda-driven liar...

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Posted 14 October 2013

Dr Vincent Gray, the New Zealand scientist who has been an expert reviewer of every IPCC Assessment Report so far summarises the repeated fudges in their preparation. He writes: "Attempts of the IPCC to impose rigid discipline on a large group of scientists to persuade them to claim that human emissions of so-called greenhouse gases harm the climate, without being able to supply convincing evidence, has been a failure.  Even their opinions on the supposed reliability of their 'projections' always leave an increasingly small escape route for the day when their approach is proved wrong."

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Posted 14 October 2013

New Zealand climate commentator and analyst Dr Vincent Gray has made it into the well known US magazine Forbes  by way of one of its regular columnists, Larry S. Bell, whose latest column comprises answers by Dr Gray to questions posed by Mr Bell about the latest Assessme...

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Posted 10 October 2013

One of the most convincing and detailed rebuttals of IPCC's AR5 has come from Des Moore, of Melbourne,a former deputy-secretary of the Australian Treasury, in a presentation to the Economic Society of Victoria, in which, inter alia, he said: "many uncertainties emerge from...

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