Posted from New York 8 March 2009

"The questions which need to be answered are serious and non-trivial. Should we make radical decisions now? Should we tax today's generations to benefit future generations? Should we be generously altruistic? Should we give preference to future generations and not...

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Posted 6 March 2009

An incisive analysis of serious deficiences in the responses by governments to unsettled science about causes and effects of climate change, by Professor David Henderson, of the University of Westminister, and former Head of the Department of Economics and Statistics of OECD. I...

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Posted 26 February 2009

"It is fashionable to promote climate change as being a contributor to changing fire frequency and intensity. The pattern of rainfall over the past century does not point to a trend of reduction in rainfall. Nor has any link been offered between global temperature trends an...

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MORE CO2 WILL BE GOOD FOR MANKIND

February 26, 2009, 1:04 am News

Posted 26 February 2009

"I believe that the increase of CO2 is not a cause for alarm and will be good for mankind,” Happer told the Committee. “What about the frightening consequences of increasing levels of CO2 that we keep hearing about?  In a word, they are wildly exaggerated, just as the purpo...

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SCIENCE V PROPAGANDA - PROF. BOB CARTER

February 24, 2009, 3:31 am News

February 24, 2009

"The editorial in last weekend’s Australian, 'Carbon trading is not the only answer' (21/22 February), addressed the controversial issue of the government’s planned emissions trading legislation, commenting that 'We need to hear other ideas on greenhouse gas reduction'.
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