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All Scientists are Sceptics ~Professor Bob Carter

“Climate is and always has been variable. The only constant about climate is change; it changes continually.” ~Professor Tim Patterson

Perhaps the most frustrating aspect of the science of climate change is the lack of any real substance in attempts to justify the hypothesis ~Professor Stewart Franks

A lie told often enough becomes the truth.
-- Vladimir Ilyich Lenin - See more at: http://thepeoplescube.com/lenin/lenin-s-own-20-monster-quotes-t185.html#sthash.aTrSI3tG.dpuf
A lie told often enough becomes the truth.
-- Vladimir Ilyich Lenin - See more at: http://thepeoplescube.com/lenin/lenin-s-own-20-monster-quotes-t185.html#sthash.aTrSI3tG.dpuf
A lie told often enough becomes the truth.
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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Ocean Warming - Peer-reviewed paper retracted

From Retraction Watch:

Article using tin foil, cling wrap to debunk ocean warming retracted after urgent peer review

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A conference proceedings paper that attempted to debunk ocean warming due to climate change using tin foil and cling wrap has been retracted by the Wessex Institute of Technology (WIT) Press. 
The paper, “A Comparison Of The Efficacy Of Greenhouse Gas Forcing And Solar Forcing,” was published as part of the proceedings of a July 2014 conference in Spain called Heat Transfer 2014. 
Here’s what author Robert (Bob) A. Irvine, about whom we haven’t been able to find information, claimed to have done in the paper:
Basically, two tubs of warm water, one under a clear cling wrap roof and one under a reflective foil roof, are allowed to cool. In test A they are both free to evaporate and both cool at the same rate. In test B evaporation is restricted by placing cling wrap on the surface of the water in both tubs. In test B the tub under the foil sky is significantly affected by downward long wave radiation and cools more slowly.
Read More at retraction Watch HERE



Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Ex-Greenpeace Patrick Moore with Alan Jones


This blog has posted before why Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore left the movement after it was infiltrated by the Communists (LINK) and that he is visiting Australia (Tour Dates)

Enjoy his interview with Alan Jones: Alan Jones interviews Patrick Moore.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Follow the Money - deserting the Alarm

Source: Jacques Velleman
Follow the money is a catchphrase made popular by the movie All the President's Men. In the movie it was aimed at political corruption. Show me the Money was a phrase from the film Jerry Maguire

Stop Wasting Money on the IPCC was a column by Viv Forbes of the Carbon Sense coalition.

Whatever.

Money makes the world go around!


When MoneyNews, the Financial Section of Newsmax, wakes up to the Man-made Global Warming Hoax, the Alarmists should start looking for another career before their current career careers into oblivion.

They ask:
How much has the world really warmed? 
It’s an important question, considering the U.S. government spends $22 billion a year to fight the global warming crisis (twice as much as it spends protecting our border). 
To put that in perspective, that is $41,856 every minute going to global warming initiatives. But, according to Forbes columnist Larry Bell, the ripple effect of global warming initiatives actually costs Americans $1.75 trillion . . . every year.
So, has anyone stopped to ask . . . how much has the globe actually warmed?
Well, we asked, and what we found was striking.

Now they examine the data, the real world data - not the false reality of climate modelling. This blog has previously posted the fact that their has been no significant warming for over 18 years and that their has been cooling this century.

MoneyNews then quotes another Financial Publication.

The Wall Street Journal went as far as to say, “The assertion that 97% of scientists believe that climate change is a man-made, urgent problem is a fiction.” Forbes headlined “Global Warming Alarmists Caught Doctoring ’97% Consensus’ Claims.”
Suggested Reading for You: A former White House adviser and NASA consultant reveals startling proof that the global warming faction is hiding the truth . . . and gets attacked. Click Here. 


Sunday, October 19, 2014

John Cook cooking - er sorry - uncooking the temperature data

Cartoonist John Cook in his comical blog UNSkeptical UNScience tells us that increased sea ice in Antarctica is due to warming....yep....warming of the Southern Ocean.

Can he really believe that, or is that a line from one of his comics?
The most common misconception regarding Antarctic sea ice is that sea ice is increasing because it's cooling around Antarctica. ...... The reality is the Southern Ocean surrounding Antarctica has shown strong warming over the same period that sea ice has been increasing. (Link)
 Not a lot of people know that has revealed the truth:
Cook forgets that some of us know how to check the data.
Bob Tisdale produces analyses of sea surface teperatures each month, and these have shown that the Southern Ocean has been getting considerable colder since 1981, and particularly in the last 8 years.

Source: Bob Tisdale

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Poverty is the aim; sell fossil-fuel stocks for largest price.

From Real Clear Markets on the fossil-fuel sector:
The fossil-fuel sector is huge---about $5 trillion in market capitalization---because other sectors demand energy, and fossil fuels overwhelmingly are the most efficient forms with which to provide it. So if investment in fossil-fuel sectors engenders some sort of moral quandary, does the same principle apply to investment in industries that use energy? After all, they are responsible for the very existence of the energy producers; will the divestment campaign expand to agriculture, manufacturing, transportation, retailing, the household sector, and all the rest? Is investment in government bonds the only moral course? Well, no: Government too uses vast amounts of energy.
In the item Benjamin Zycher  writes that over 175 institutions, local governments, and individuals, with a total of over $50 billion in assets, as of last month have pledged to sell their investments in fossil-fuel industries. Benjamin notes that for "sell" they use the curious term "divest."

How far down the chain will these divesting bodies go:

So if investment in fossil-fuel sectors engenders some sort of moral quandary, does the same principle apply to investment in industries that use energy? After all, they are responsible for the very existence of the energy producers; will the divestment campaign expand to agriculture, manufacturing, transportation, retailing, the household sector, and all the rest? Is investment in government bonds the only moral course? Well, no: Government too uses vast amounts of energy.
Is the aim poverty?
And let us not stop there: Precisely why do all sectors demand energy? Obviously, it is because people demand the goods and services made affordable by fossil fuels. Notice that the correlation between energy consumption and household income is high, and rises as income increases; for the bottom three U.S. income quintiles, the respective correlations are 0.75, 0.85, and 0.91. If fossil fuels are evil, so are rising incomes, as the latter drive up the demand for the former. So let us be very clear that one central implication of the divestment campaign---remember, it is a moral imperative---is the desirability of poverty as a tool with which to dampen energy demands and thus incentives to invest in fossil-fuel sectors. This is separate from the impoverishing effect of a substitution of expensive energy in place of conventional energy produced with fossil fuels. 
Poverty for the people not the institutions and governments:
"Divest" is a curious term; a simpler verb is "sell," and it is a source of some interest that the divesting institutions and individuals are pledging to do so within three to five years. Why not just give the assets away immediately on a first-come/first-serve basis? The obvious answer is that those divesting---selling---the fossil-fuel assets prefer to get the highest prices that they can, an objective not obviously consistent with the purported moral imperative underlying a shift out of fossil fuels and toward the "new energy economy," about which more below. 
Read more at Real Clear Markets.



Friday, October 17, 2014

Greenpeace Co-founder Patrick Moore: Greenpeace is evil.

Just before he embarks on his Down-under tour (See tour schedule HERE) , Patrick Moore has labelled the body he co-founded - Greenpeace - as evil and guilty of losing its humanitarian roots.

From the MailOnLine:
  • •  Co-founder Patrick Moore says organisation doesn't care about people
  • •  He cites example of a GM-rice which would help millions if widely produced
  • •  Dr Moore says fact that Greenpeace oppose crop shows it is 'evil'
  • •  Comes after the ecologist quit the group because it became 'too political'

  • Ecologist Dr Patrick Moore, who quit Greenpeace in 1986, has launched a scathing criticism of the activist group, which he insisted has lost its humanitarian roots. 
His attack on the organisation he helped create comes as former Environment Secretary Owen Paterson campaigns against the 'self-serving' and 'highly-paid' network of environmental pressure groups he calls the 'green blob'.  (LINK)
Dr Moore told BBC Radio 4's Today Programme: 'My problem with Greenpeace is they have lost any humanitarian roots they had. 
'When we started Greenpeace it was to stop nuclear war and the destruction of human civilisation, that of course is the "peace" in Greenpeace. 
'The "green" is the environment and that's good as well, but they lost the concerns for humans... They have turned, basically, into an evil organisation.'
Read More HERE


Australia's Green Obsession

Green 'blob"
English Ex-Minister Owen Paterson is more aware of the Climate Scam than most of the Australian Ministry.

Australia has a Green obsession in the Main Stream Media; the Greens Party (obviously); in most of the Labor Party but also in at least half of the Liberal/National Party.

The Mail-On-Line Reports:

Owen Paterson accuses ministers of raising energy prices for the poor
  • •  Former Environment Secretary said support for flawed wind and solar power cost   billions and made electricity and gas needlessly expensive
  • •  He called on Whitehall to was to scrap the Climate Change Act
  • •  Warned claims of impending environmental disaster were 'exaggerated'
The former Environment Secretary attacked a so-called ‘green blob’ at the heart of Government yesterday – accusing Whitehall officials and ministers of raising energy prices for the poor. 
Owen Paterson said their support for flawed wind and solar power cost billions and made electricity and gas needlessly expensive 
He said the ‘green blob’ included civil servants and quangos in thrall to the climate change and environmental lobby. He claimed it had blocked him from prioritising shale gas exploration as a more efficient way to secure energy for the future. 
Mr Paterson, who was removed as Environment Secretary in July, said the only way to ‘keep the lights on’ was to scrap the Climate Change Act, which requires the UK to use more renewable energy and is backed by civil servants.
Meanwhile, the LNP Government paid a token tribute to the majority of citizens aware of the Falsified AGW Hoax by scrapping the Carbon (dioxide) tax but leaving in place a plethora of other Green "blobs" including the citizen-punishing Renewable Energy Targets. To misquote Paterson: the only way to ‘keep the lights on’ was to scrap the Renewable Energy Targets.