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- My best estimate: less than 1C warming if CO2 level is doubled.
- You must explain the warming
- Proof Global Warming Non-Science
- 2235AD till yearly forecast betters current monthly forecast
- Definition of the Pause
- Harde Greenhouse effect 30% smaller than IPCC say.
- How uncertainty is treated in Climate forecasts
- The $10,000 global warming challenge
- Sceptics vs. academics
- Kyoto Expired
- The citizen Scientist
- Salby Lecture
- Enerconics: The Relationship between Energy and GDP
- Submission to parliament
- Climate scientists are Nazi Paedophiles?
- Was NASA responsible for Global warming?
- Anatomy of Global Warming Jellyfish Scare
- Cosmic rays, CO2 and clouds.
- The lies about green jobs
- Soon children won’t know what snow is
- The Global Warming Scam (my first article)
Monthly Archives: November 2013
Nigeria: Climate Talks in Warsaw ‘A Waste of Energy’ The United Nations, UN, climate talks in Warsaw, Poland, have ended with activists disappointed that the quest for climate justice had become even more elusive. The COP19 – the 19th Conference … Continue reading
Rachel: I am wondering what people over here think of Myles Allen’s proposal to bury the carbon problem? – http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2013/nov/26/green-levies-crap-carbon-burial-fossil-fuels Has there been any discussion in the blogosphere about it from bloggers who do not accept the IPCC consensus? Feel … Continue reading
There are a whole series of diseases from simple allergies to some form of arthritis where the normal behaviour of the body’s immune system somehow stops just attacking foreign invaders and instead starts attacking the body’s own tissues as if … Continue reading
Just received this email. It looked like a scam, but I rang to check and yes he says it is a scam. “It wiped all my computer” Good morning, I Hope you get this on time, I made a … Continue reading
When Leonid Brezhnev died, I recall that he was kept alive for days on life support. The same is rumoured to have happened to Hugo Chavez (president of Venezuela). The Kyoto commitment died on the 31st December 2012, but it … Continue reading
Clause 13 of the “follow any messiah which offers them money text“: FurtherinvitesPartiestostrengthenand,whereappropriate,developinstitutionsandnetworksattheregionalandnationallevels,especiallyinparticularlyvulnerabledevelopingcountries,toenhancetheimplementationofrelevantapproachestoaddressinglossanddamageinamannerthatiscountry-driven,encouragescooperationandcoordinationbetweenrelevantstakeholdersandimprovestheflowofinformation; And it doesn’t make much more sense with the spaces: Further invites Parties to strengthen and, where appropriate, develop institutions and networks at the regional and … Continue reading
With the talks dragging on into Saturday afternoon without agreement, green campaigners warned the process could collapse. Oxfam’s Executive Director, Winnie Byanyima, who was part of a walkout during the week, said that this was now a real possibility. (source: … Continue reading
TinyCO2 made a comment: “I could spend all day listing the things that are acting as a barrier to action on CO2 and making scepticism grow” For those convinced about global warming, I do not need to explain that there … Continue reading
I have never more wanted the BBC to be impartial on climate, because the comedy potential of these latest talks is just astounding. It would be a cross between blackadder, The thick of it, Dad’s army and that one on … Continue reading
Reuters) – Several major environmental groups, including Greenpeace and WWF, have walked out of U.N. climate talks in Warsaw in protest at what they see as a lack of progress towards an international deal to curb rising global greenhouse gas … Continue reading
David Cameron has ordered ministers to ditch the ‘green crap’ blamed for driving up energy bills and making business uncompetitive, it is claimed. The Prime Minister, who once pledged to lead the ‘greenest government ever’, has publicly promised to ‘roll … Continue reading
Sceptics and the convinced clearly can’t agree even on very simple things like what to call Prof Salby. So if we can’t agree what we know, can we at least agree on what we don’t. The honest answer is no, … Continue reading
About this time, I usually get a feel for how the COP talks will pan out. With the developing nations walking out, and the Chinese acting like some pimp shepherding them out, just because the developed nations refused to create … Continue reading
All this talk of sueing the cyber bullies has led onto an interesting subject. In the good old days when I ran a small business designing off-grid power systems and temperature control equipment, I set the business up as a … Continue reading
Because sceptics are culturally resistant to seeing themselves as victims. Sceptics are loners … not social loners but intellectual loners. We do not need our views endorsed by our peers. We are resilient, self-reliant we have often worked in time-critical … Continue reading
Last night in the Independent I spotted several more libellous comments about “deniers”, plus one about “in the pay of oil” Of course I reported these posts. But even after about an hour they were still sitting there. So, I … Continue reading
When the Kyoto Protocol termination date of the 31st December 2012 passed without any valid amendment, I thought it was a fairly simple and obvious fact that the commitment had ended. That didn’t preclude a later amendment, but legally there … Continue reading
Last night I noticed JoNova’s site was either not responding at all or was very very slow. Then I read that Anthony Watt’s server had been under attack (A note on my cyber attack and communications). Now I’ve read that Andrew … Continue reading
Climate: What we know and what we don’t downloadable version Professor Salby giving his presentation on 7th November 2013 to the Scottish Climate & Energy Forum. produced by Mike Haseler BSc. MBA Summary In order to understand the importance of … Continue reading
Great news!! Professor Hermann Harde who is a German academic who specialises in gas absorption and thoroughly understands the radiative properties of gases, has used the very latest up to date HITRAN database of gas absorption spectra and discovered that … Continue reading