Monthly Archives: July 2011

Arctic scientist under investigation

The story is too confused and is too likely to be all hot air … or maybe not. So I’ll leave it to you to decide and just post the link: http://news.yahoo.com/apnewsbreak-arctic-scientist-under-investigation-082217993.html   Advertisements

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The death knell for global warming alarmism

Two reports have or are coming up with I believe is the nail in the coffin of global warming. There will always be idiots who believe this nonsense, but the evidence against the ridiculous “it’s got to be CO2 as … Continue reading

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A lot of people believe this means hot, dry summers and milder, wetter, stormier winters.

Bill Giles has got himself into the Daily Mail trying to explain why its been a terrible summer (I thought England had done OK and it was just Scotland). So, what does he say: basically its all the fault of … Continue reading

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King of the fools

David King former chief scientist having realised that Kyoto, his former folly was dead, now wants to build another. So, let’s start with the basics. There are something like 6 or 7 billion people on the planet. If there were … Continue reading

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BBC – sometimes it pays to let the zealots “win”.

In retrospect I think we have a lot to thank the Jones report to the BBC. The assumption must have been that if you took an impartial scientist, and asked them to look at the coverage, they would give a … Continue reading

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Aliens more newsworthy than global boring.

Amid the disgust at the BBC’s “from now on we will only cover the views of the experts because their view in unequivocally correct cannot be denied and Saddam did have WMD anyway … it’s just that everyone stopped looking” … Continue reading

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A death knell to the BBC

According to the Daily Telegraph, a Genetic professor who clearly had an axe to grind about “biased” coverage of genetics has decided has “cleared the BBC of any suggestion of bias in its programming.” … “Climate change sceptics should get … Continue reading

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Food prices – they’re rocketing!

This is the month I thought I would get grumpy over fuel prices which continue to rocket due to idiotic policies from our gullible politicians who couldn’t spot a con if it flaps its arms and said: “I’m a con”. … Continue reading

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Where science has gone wrong

In the 20th century “science” was without doubt incredibly successful. Everything from microchips to antibiotics. As a result “science” became a reputable brand giving authority to those who called themselves “scientists”. It was such a great brand that everyone with … Continue reading

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Numbskull warmists

I came across this article and thought I’d reproduce it for a laugh:- Is Global Warming a Hoax? Many people believe that global warming is a hoax.  But is it? I am very concerned of the present situation of Mother … Continue reading

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It’s Global warming desperation

Just did a search for global warming news and the air is thick with desperation. Rising flood risk ‘being ignored’ – in other words people don’t care about it any more Australia May Kill Farting Camels To Curb Global Warming … Continue reading

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Richard Black’s response

Like most UK sceptics I’ve written my fair share of complaints regarding BBC bias. But one person really does take the biscuit for their response. Richard Black wrote an article about Chinese pollution causing warming. I wrote to complain that … Continue reading

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Final proof: business no longer believes in “low carbon” future.

If you want a indicator of future trends, there is nothing better than large commercial investors because being large they have the time and resources to check the facts and the political contacts to tune into the real mood of … Continue reading

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“I never got any choco squares” … please please give us some global warming!

The kids are on holiday, except for a short period last week, the weather has been foul for months. Indeed last winter and last summer and the winter before have all been on the cold side. Bored kids, cold weather … Continue reading

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Extinct species re-ermerges: the “global warming could ..” story

OK, now that News of the gutter is no more, we can expect the other papers to be going down gutter to try to pick up readers, but really does the independent have to stoop so low: Climate change could … Continue reading

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US public even less convinced of Manmade warming

The number of US citizens  that say they “believe the theory” that carbon dioxide emissions are warming the Earth, has dropped down to 44% down from 51% in 2009 and 71% in 2007, but most movement has been into the “not … Continue reading

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Chemtrails

I was reading WUWT, and came across a comment: “As is our stated blog policy, no discussions or linkages to discussion of chemtrails will be permitted. Grousing about it won’t change anything.” (WUWT) This is an odd comment. First it … Continue reading

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News of the World

I really can’t understand the naivety of people. News of the World aren’t closing because it hacked, it is closing because Rupert Murdoch knows newspapers aren’t making money and was going to close it anyway. But more importantly, whilst he … Continue reading

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Now China’s pollution being blamed for lack of predicted warming

For years I’ve been saying that one likely reason for the apparent rise in temperatures after the 1970s was the introduction of anti-pollution measures in the 1970s. The logic seemed simple: evaporative pan measurements had shown a reduction in evaporation … Continue reading

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