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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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How to make a consensus

This is from Futurama:¬†Into the Wild Green Yonder. While warmists would like to use this to suggest this is where the dissent is coming from, the fact is that the money supplied to climate science by government, dependant on a … Continue reading

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Press Club Debate

I had intended to catch a replay of the debate between Lord Monckton and Professor Denniss¬†on ABC24 last night. However, they decided to instead show the British parliamentary inquiry into the phone hacking scandal. Given the enormity of the issue, … Continue reading

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Monckton in Ballarat

Just got back from Ballarat for the Monckton talk and am thoroughly impressed by the turnout (277 people) and the quality of the presentation. I am grateful that St Patrick’s College (a school of all places) has stood up for … Continue reading

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