Posted 6 January 2012

If 'sovereign debt' is now acceptable as economic jargon popularised by the global financial meltdown, let me have a crack at inventing a new term, 'sovereign eco-cide" as descriptive of how nations can inflict on themselves economic suicide by means of carbon taxes, emissio...

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Posted 6 January 2012

There has been strong public interest in the December 15, 2011 climate science and economics hearing before the Canadian Senate Standing Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources. The complete hearing may be viewed on-line here (2 hours). The English lan...

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Posted 4 January 2012

When unanimity of opinion is forged among the most learned men across various bodies of knowledge, such agreement must be protected against the threat of violent upheaval by one careless agent with only the most meager qualifications. A broad base of common agreement is nece...

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Posted 1 January 2012

Welcome to New Year 2012!  Will this be the year the 'carbon' bubble finally bursts?  A newly discovered website, 'Science Heresy' (see our Links & Videos banner) and another KO punch by Christopher Booker are promisinjg portents:

For a robust rebuttal of the 'anthropogen...

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Posted 20 December 2011

A fascinating insight into what went on behind the scenes at the recent UNFCCC COP17 meeting in Durban has been provided by Dr. Kelvin Kemm  who holds a PhD in nuclear physics, is currently CEO of Stratek and lives in Pretoria, South Africa. He also serves as a scientific...

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Posted 19 December 2011

In Australia and New Zealand, the "drum" is the slang equivalent of America's "lowdown" - i.e. the real story. Thus, it's the name given by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to a special opinion service. In a recent article in "The Drum", a professor of politics, Rob...

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Posted 10 December 2011

Reporting from the  UNFCCC Conference of Parties (COP17) just concluding in Durban, South Africa, Viscount Christopher Monckton rteveals what world news media has not so far told us: attempts by faceless bureaucrats to establish a "world government" with the objective of,

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Posted 6 December 2011

A New Zealand blogger, who wishes to remain anonymous , has provided our Coalition with extracts from the "Climategate 2" emails showing the involvement of a former NIWA scientists, Dr Jim Salinger, in attacks on Associate Professor Chris De Freitas in 2003 for the latter's...

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Posted 5 December 2011

"Bias ends up being the enemy of the search for scientific truth because it keeps us from entertaining alternative hypotheses for how the physical world works. It increases the likelihood that our conclusions are wrong.....In the case of global warming research, the alterna

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Posted 1 December 2011

"There is no sea level rise going on in the Indian Ocean. All talk about an alarming ongoing rise in sea level is nothing but an illusion to be abandoned the sooner the better, because it steals the limelight from real problems in the real world."  Internationally-recognise...

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Posted 26 November 2011

"Whether you like it or not, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has pledged that the government will no longer be bound by unilateral decarbonisation targets that cut CO2 emissions in Britain faster and deeper than other countries in Europe. We trust that his

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Posted 8 November 2011

"When it comes to climate change, our leaders would do well to follow Buddhist advice: when struck by an arrow, first remove it before seeking out your assailant. Otherwise, you will die. But most governments and charitable foundations today do exactly the opposite. They tr...

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Posted 8 November 2011

"It is only three weeks to go to COP17. There are still no indications of the likely outcome. A binding agreement on emissions control measures is out of the question. Nor is it likely that the Kyoto Protocol will be extended in its present form. If this happens it will lea...

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Posted 6 November 2011

"The wind projects do not fulfill 'sustainable' objectives. They cost more fuel than they save and they cause no CO2 saving, in the contrary they increase our environmental 'foot print'. A decision to invest billions (thousands of millions) of Euros in the construction of w...

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Posted 29 October 2011

"Gas is the starting point for a whole new petrochemical industry. Indeed the discovery of cost effective means of extracting shale gas is a game changer for the whole world's economy, just as computing power has changed the whole communications industry. "  In a brilliant...

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Posted 27 October 2011

"We can only attempt to identify the causes of climate change through science and these causes need to be clearly established after full debates, validated comprehensively, before expensive remedies are imposed on industries and communities. I first became interested in the...

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Posted 26 October 2011

"The science on climate change and man's influence on it is far from settled. The question today is whether it makes sense to combat a potential climate threat by imposing economically destructive regulations and sinking billions into failure-prone technologies that have th...

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Posted 25 October 2011

Watch Toronto-based researcher Donna Laframboise deconstruct the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on Charles Adler, Sun Media TV. Ms. Laframboise is the author of "The Delinquent Teenager Who Was Mistaken for the World's Top Climate Expert", a book that...

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Posted 25 October 2011

The attached memo  by Professor Will Alexander is in two parts. The first part deals with the White Paper that describes South Africa's position on the climate change issue. It is written in typical ‘UNspeak’ and is paved with good intentions but few solid facts.
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Posted 21 October 2011

Professor Will Alexander, in his latest message, writes: "Now that the globe has started cooling, global warming theory is evaporating faster than the water in a storage dam on a hot summer's day. It is fascinating to observe the climate alarmists scrambling to adjust their...

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