Monthly Archives: October 2011

Alarmism over climate refugees

Along with the polar bear, the Maldives are a favourite poster child for the climate activists. Their president Mohamed Nasheed is seen with Julia Gillard at CHOGM. LARGE Commonwealth countries such as Australia have been warned to prepare for an … Continue reading

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Former Irish president attacks skeptics

Former Irish president Mary Robinson thinks she’s found the ultimate proof to convince skeptics. Robinson brought a message for climate change deniers in the United States: Follow her to the third world and see the impact of climate change. Told … Continue reading

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Blainey on Science

Historian Geoffrey Blainey knows the burden of holding unpopular beliefs, being a stolen generations skeptic. He speaks to Nick Cater about the state of science. Many of Blainey’s quarrels with contemporary academe boil down to questions about the nature and … Continue reading

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Where does he stand?

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has been applauded by Al Gore for his stance on global warming. He has been getting advice from Obama’s scientific adviser, super greenie John Holdren. Now he’s trying to paint himself as a skeptic. “I don’t … Continue reading

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Climate Fool of the Week #17

From the man who brought us that the deceptive paper claiming to have found the hotspot, came this admission that climate scientists are avoiding debate. MANY climate scientists now refuse to take part in public forums debating climate change because … Continue reading

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Robinson’s hatchet job on skeptics

Pure and utter hate directed at skeptics by Eugene Robinson. FOR the clueless or cynical diehards who deny global warming, it’s getting awfully cold out there. The latest icy blast of reality comes from an eminent scientist whom climate-change sceptics … Continue reading

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Pell on global warming

Cardinal George Pell knows of the fallacy of arguing by authority. Recently Robert Manne, following fashionable opinion, wrote that “the science is truly settled” on the fundamental theory of climate change: global warming is happening; it is primarily caused by … Continue reading

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Last roll of the dice for the warmists

With Kyoto set to die unless the international community agrees to another scheme, South Africa will host the latest round of climate negotiations. It’s October, so the annual round of UN climate talks must be close. This year it’s the … Continue reading

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Climate Fool of the Week #16

Richard Muller has refuted a skeptical argument that doesn’t exist, that it hasn’t warmed over the past century. He came to this stunning conclusion after heading the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature (BEST) Project. But, seeing as skeptics question the cause of the … Continue reading

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Has he even listened to a skeptic?

I don’t think there’s too many skeptics out there who don’t think the world has warmed for the past century. There is reason to suggest the global temperature record may be unreliable, but not to the extent that this negates … Continue reading

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