Posted 2 May 2013

In a rare (for New Zealand) opportunity for one of our Coalition scientists to be interviewed in television, Dr Jock Allison, a former director of agricultural research for the MInistry of Agriculture, replied to attacks on the recent visit of Lord Christopher Monckton, and clar...

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Posted 2 May 2013

"It takes a rare politician to stand up and take shots at a climate scientist who’s the darling of the global warmist movement. Even more uncommon is to see a politician take on such a climate scientist—and win the contest. And so unfolded events last week when Joe Oliver, Canad...

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Posted 1 May 2013

"The past 17 years of flat global temperatures are creating a big chill for lots of global warming doom-premised industries. Those experiencing cold sweats must certainly include legions of climate scientists who have come to depend upon the many tens of billions of taxpayer...

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Posted 26 April 2013

In the Wall Street Journal, 16 of the world's top scientific minds write: "A candidate for public office in any contemporary democracy may have to consider what, if anything, to do about 'global warming.'  Candidates should understand that the oft-repeated claim that nearly...

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Posted 24 April 2013

Larry Bell writes in Forbes: 'Yeah.about this title. I did take the liberty to exchange one teeny letter in the banner of a new movie, Greedy Lying Bastards. It is presented on the notion that Big Oil is pouring lots of carbon-drenched money into pockets of climate-cr...

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Posted 24 April 2013

This is a must-read 82-page report, "Consensus and Controversy" is probably one of the most compelling, in-depth reports in the debate on man-made global warming. It is a propduct of  SINTEF (NorwegianStiftelsen for industriell og teknisk forskning), headquartered inT...

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Posted 22 April 2013

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2i April 2013

 In this review of recent developments in the decline of the "dangerous anthropogenic global warming" scartemongering, the UK's authoritative Scientific Alliance explains what has happened and why, concluding: "But momentum has been lost and it will be difficult to get any new syste

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Posted 20 April 2013

UK Telegrah columnist James Delingpole includes this trenchant quote in a biting piece on the failire of the EU's carbon emissions policy: "The EU has been the global laboratory testing the green agenda to see how it works. Today’s story means that the guinea pig died; the mos...

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Posted 15 April 2013

The recently deceased Margaret, Baroness Thatcher, Prime Minister of Great  Britain for 11 years, was one of the first world leaders to refer to potential dangters of global warming.  But hoiw and why she changed her views to become a climate skeptic have been described in UK

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Posted 13 April 2013

Professor Cliff Ollier of the School of Earth and Environmental Studies, the University of Western Australia, recently presented a paper in Poznan, Poland,  in which he described the sun as the major control of climate, but not through greenhouse gases."There is a very good c...

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Posted 11 April 2013

Following attacks on his scientific integrity in a New Zealand newspaper report by three academics of Victoria University of Wellington, Lord Christopher Monckton has filed an official complaint with the University's VIce-Chancellor.

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Posted 7 April 2013

Last Thursday morning NewstalkZB's top rating radio host Leighton Smith had guest speaker Lord Christopher Monckton in the studio to talk about global warming/climate change and addressed the invented science, lies and propaganda by those trying to force the issue of the clima...

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Posted 2 April 2013

Leading UK magazine, The Economist, previoisly a supporter of the hypothesis of "man-made global warming", seems to have had a change of heart with this recent article: "...some scientists are arguing that man-made climate change is not quite so bad a threat as it appeared t...

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Posted 3 April 2013

Viscount Christopher Monckton, who has just begun a speaking tour of New Zealand, has responded to an article in the on-line edition of the New Zealand Herad, attacking his qualifications and motives: Read article here.

Lord Monckton comments: "I have attached som...

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  • Posted 30 March 2013 *

    "Just one day after the IPCC Chairman claimed that global warming had stopped happening 17 years ago, the Australian Climate Commission rushed out a press statement, 'The Earth Continues to Warm.'   Clearly, there is a lack of consensus here. Are these diametrically oppo...

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Posted 29 March 2013

:When we are talking about science, we are not talking about what John Tyndall found in a test tube, but predicting what happens to temperatures in response to small changes in the composition of the Earth’s atmosphere. The science is inherently weak because it is not capable...

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Posted 27 March 2013

"The planet is no longer warming. The brief warming episode of the late 20th century completed its course in the mid 1990s, and is now extinct. **These are now uncontroversial statements. They are based on hard data which has been available for many years on the websites of...

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Posted 27 March 2013

IPCC expert reviewer Dr Vincent Gray, of Wellington, NZ, has revised his original paper of the greenhouse effect. "The origins of the 'Greenhouse Effect' which were reviewed in 'The Greenhouse and its Effects'1 . have been further reassessed.  The idea of the climate resembli...

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Posted 22 March 2013

Two Australian scientists, Drs Judy Ryan and Marjorie Curtis are challenging Professor David Karoly, of the Schoool of Earth Sciences at University of Melbourne, to provide scientifically justifIed evidence for his claims that humans are causing dangerous global warming. Drs

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