1500BC, or maybe 5100BC?Â The CO2 levels 7000 years ago were a lot less than today. The point is that the temperature has been changing on earth for millions of years, and the real question is, is the current temperature increase within normal bounds or an outlier? This is the crux of the Climate Change […]
The predictions from ten years ago about UK winters from The Independent – March 2001:
“Sledges, snowmen, snowballs and the excitement of waking to find that the stuff has settled outside are all a rapidly diminishing part of Britain’s culture, as warmer winters – which scientists are attributing to global […]
Julian Assange, it seems has been claiming for a while that it was he and Wikileaks that released the Climategate emails. He made claims on May 17th 2010 on Phillip Adam’s show Late Night Live on ABC Radio National where he said “we were responsible for the climategate emails, um although it appears that our […]
Solar activity drops again with the sun without sunspots for the first time in 70 days.
SOHO image December 20 2010 with no sunspots
We are just part-way into Solar Cycle 24, which has been much lower than predicted. The Dalton Minimum was a period of low sunspot activity from 1790 to 1830.Â At the same […]
That would be caused by Global warming wouldn’t it?
“There were a number of days in a row with below-freezing temperatures, so called ice days. And that we have that before Lucia (December 13th) hasnâ€™t happened in more than 100 years”
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Australian Labor/Green Alliance Minister for Climate Change and Energy Efficiency Greg Combet said yesterday “Our reliance on coal-fired power generation has made us prosperous.” However Greg Combet obviously does not want this prosperity to continue, as he wants to tax coal fired power stations out of existence.
Greg Combet says “Around 80 per cent of our […]
The poster boy of the Climate Change religion is the pacific Island of Tuvalu.Â To quote UN Climate official Christiana Figueres speaking at the Cancun 2010 United Nations Climate Change Conference who said:Â “Tuvalu, The Maldives, Kiribati, Vanuatu are looking for ways of evacuating their entire populations because of salt water intrusion and sea level […]
The Climate Change alarmists are getting frustrated with the Australian population, and its growing climate change skepticism. If individuals or countries do not toe the Climate Change Religion line, then its time to use force.
That failed Greens candidate in the Higgins by-election Clive Hamilton, says its time for “the suspension of democratic processes”, and Dan […]
The Chairman of the Productivity Commission chairman Gary Banks has warned against subsidising alternative energy sources.Â He saysÂ “most of the programs in question serve more as industry assistance than environmental assistance”.
He says that a carbon tax will have significant implications for productivity.
We are already paying for the subsidies for Solar Panels and Wind […]
The latest survey from Essential Media shows that the majority of Australians do not believe that Climate Change is caused by mankind.
More interestingly a bare majority of Labor voters (53%) believe that “Climate change is happening and is caused by human activity”. This will be interesting when Prime Minister Julia Gillard brings in […]
South Australian Premier Mike Rann tweets “Announcing that SA wants to set the toughest emission limits anywhere in Australia for electricity production.” and “TheÂ C02 emission limits we are proposing would effectively prevent the construction of new coal fired power stations in SA.”
That guarantees South Australians will be paying more for their electricity.Â South Australians […]
Even though proponents of Climate Change will tell you its all pure science and no politics, it really is nearly all politics and hardly any science.Â The wikileaks cable talking about the Saudi-Arabian minister:
“Is Al-Naimi the Problem?
9. (S) Minister Al-Naimi has consistently been rational and practical in talking with western delegations about climate change, noting […]