Posted by: Grant | December 26, 2010

Buried In A Committee.

Or how Julia imprisoned “Climate” in The Tower where it is slowly being poisoned to death.

“Delay is denial”
Andrew Bolt Blog   
Tuesday, December 21, 2010 at 01:38pm

“Julia Gillard, November 2009:

We can’t afford any more inquiries, reports or investigations into climate change.

Julia Gillard, November 2009:

We want to act now to deal with climate change…. Delay is denial.

Julia Gillard’s committee on climate change issues a communique, December 2010:

“The Multi-Party Climate Change Committee held its third meeting in Canberra today.  The Prime Minister, the Hon Julia Gillard MP, the Deputy Prime Minister the Hon Wayne Swan MP and the Minister for Climate Change and Energy Efficiency the Hon Greg Combet AM MP were joined by co-deputy chair of the Committee, Australian Greens Deputy Leader Senator Christine Milne, Australian Greens Leader Senator Bob Brown, Mr Tony Windsor MP, and Mr Rob Oakeshott MP….”


Power Madness.

Our power bills are going up and up and up for nothing. Well, some of us very stupidly gave the balance of power to the Greens and now our power bills are going up to save us from Global Warming in a cooling Earth to set a good example to the rest of the world who have not the slightest interest in it anymore anyway.
To call this all bizarre just wildly understates it all.

NSW power prices will rise again
John Rolfe, Consumer Affairs Reporter
The Daily Telegraph
December 21, 2010


Jo Nova Makes The Australian.

The journalistic, academic, scientific and educational establishments are looking very, very stupid.
They have let us down very badly.
A doomsday cult fer crissake – in this day and age – and they all fell for it!

Newspapers should lead the country
Joanne Nova
December 18, 2010 12:00AM
A REPLY to a critic of The Australian’s coverage of the debate about climate change.

“DAVID McKnight’s criticism of The Australian over climate change (“Sceptical writers skipped inconvenient truths”, Inquirer, December 11) makes for a good case study of Australian universities’ intellectual collapse… “

” …And these scientists that McKnight wants to silence are not just the odd rare heretic.

The swelling ranks of sceptical scientists is now the largest whistle-blowing cohort in science ever seen. It includes some of the brightest: two with Nobel prizes in physics, four NASA astronauts, 9000 PhDs in science, and another 20,000 science graduates to cap it off. A recent US Senate minority report contained 1000 names of eminent scientists who are sceptical, and the term professor pops up more than 500 times in that list. These, McKnight, an arts PhD, calls deniers.

Just because thousands of scientists support the sceptical view doesn’t prove they’re right, but it proves their opinions are nothing like the tobacco sceptics campaign that McKnight compares them with in a transparent attempt to smear commentators with whom he disagrees.

Ponder the irony that McKnight, the journalism lecturer, is demanding The Australian adopt the policy espoused by the dominant paradigm, the establishment, and censor the views of independent whistleblowers…. “

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Took The Name Of Gaia In Vain.

Sunday 26 December, 2010 – 16:28 by Grant in Default

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Gaia is making fools of the UK MET Office Greenie soothsayers.

Rosy U.K. cheeks mean red faces at the Met Office
Peter Foster 
December 21, 2010 – 8:36 pm

” …Yesterday, the British-based Global Warming Policy Foundation, one of the world’s leading advocates for climate objectivity, called on the U.K. government to set up an independent inquiry into the Met Office’s failures. It also wants an examination of the institution’s politicization, although that is hardly likely to come from the very government that is manipulating it. Still, bias can be expensive. Dr. Benny Peiser, the GWPF’s director, noted that the price tag on the country’s unpreparedness for this winter could reach $15-billion.

At the recent Cancun climate meetings, the Met Office presented a study suggesting that the outlook for global climate was, on balance, worse than projected in the last report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Given its short-range accuracy, this forecast might be taken with a pinch of road salt, or a tot of de-icing fluid.

Significantly, the Met Office is closely associated with the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia, home of Climategate. Both organizations are deeply involved with the IPCC. When it comes to the CRU’s crystal ball, one of its official declared a decade ago: “Children just aren’t going to know what snow is.” No danger of that for little Britons this year.

The Met’s blunder follows similar cockups last year and the year before. In February, Met Office scientist Peter Stott declared that 2009 was an anomaly, and that milder and wetter winters were now — for sure — to be expected.


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