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BEST ANSWER TO ALARMIST CLAIMS ABOIT CLIMATE CHANGE: "SO WHAT?"

Posted 21 July 2016

 For the International Climate Science Coalition, Dr Tim Ball and Tom Harris, have responded to alarmism generated by Democrats in the U.S. Senate:. "The best answer to many of the claims by Senate Democrats during their three-day 'Web of Denial' climate change campaign in Congress this week is also the simplest: 'So what?'...Gravity and sunrise are also real. That doesn't imply we cause them or that we would be better off without them. Climate has been changing since the origins of the atmosphere. The only constant about climate is change. Furthermore, the world has mostly cooled for the last 3000 years. [They say] 'Manmade climate change is a fact.' So what? It is obviously warmer in urban areas than in the countryside because of manmade impacts. But the only place where carbon dioxide increases causes a temperature increase is in computer models programmed to show exactly that."

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Last Updated ( Thursday, 21 July 2016 )
 
REPORTING OF NEW ZEALAND NEWS MEDIA ON CLIMATE CHANGE IS NOT BALANCED

Posted 15 July 2016

"As a public watchdog, an independent press plays a vital role in providing accurate, fair and balanced reporting of public policy debates. When matters are contentious, the Press Council states that 'a fair voice must be given to the opposition view.' However, in the controversial area of anthropogenic global warming, media reporting is not balanced. As a result, pro-global warmers have gained traction with their apocalyptic claims. In the process they have secured lucrative funding for salaries and projects, as well as gaining major influence over policy makers and governments."  Dr Muriel Newman writes on the website of the New Zealand Centre for Political Research

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Last Updated ( Friday, 15 July 2016 )
 
NEW BRITISH PRIME MINISTER SCRAPS DEPT OF ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE

Posted 15 July 2016

"Incoming British Prime Minister Theresa May has driven a stake through the heart of her predecessor David Cameron's fluffy, faux-Conservative policy by scrapping the Department of Energy and Climate Change."  James Delingpole posts at Breibart.

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Last Updated ( Thursday, 14 July 2016 )
 
LORD MONCKTON'S VIEWS ON HOW BREXIT WILL AFFECT CLIMATE CHANGE DEBATE

Posted 28 June 2016

"What will Britain's decision mean for the climate debate? Of course, it will break us free from the EU, whose governing elite had seized upon the climate issue as a purported ex-post-facto justification for the now-hated bloc's continued existence. We are left with our own British governing class, which has until now been no less determined that the EU to damage our economic and environmental interests by shutting down vital coal-fired power stations and carpeting our once green and pleasant land with windmills. Now that the EU and its devoted poodle Mr Cameron have been consigned to the trashcan of history, it is near-certain that any new British Cabinet will take a more alert and less acquiescent stance than the prresent lot on the climate question." Viscount Monckton, posting to The Euro Probe blog.

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 28 June 2016 )
 
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