Category Archives: Monckton

Dangerous Climate Change Is Coming

By | April 30, 2009

“Dangerous Climate Change is Coming” by Christopher Monckton | April 30, 2009 The Scare: Two papers published in Nature in spring 2009 say that the rise in global temperature is unlikely to remain below the politically-defined threshold of “dangerous climate change”, if global economic growth continues at its current pace. The papers are based on computer simulations of… Read More »

Dangerous Climate Change Is Coming

By | April 30, 2009

“Dangerous Climate Change is Coming” by Christopher Monckton | April 30, 2009 The Scare: Two papers published in Nature in spring 2009 say that the rise in global temperature is unlikely to remain below the politically-defined threshold of “dangerous climate change”, if global economic growth continues at its current pace. The papers are based on computer simulations of… Read More »

Deliberate Misrepresentation Letter of formal complaint to Clark Hoyt, Esq. Public Editor of NYTimes

By | April 29, 2009

Clark Hoyt, Esq., Public Editor and Readers’ Representative, The New York Times. Dear Mr. Hoyt, Deliberate misrepresentation in a front-page article by Andrew Revkin on Friday, 24 April, 2009 The New York Times guidelines for staff writers on “Journalistic Ethics” begin by stating the principles that all journalists should respect: impartiality and neutrality; integrity; and avoidance of conflicts… Read More »

Lies, Damned Lies and Al Gore on Climate

By | April 29, 2009

Gore: The Arctic is warming at an unprecedented rate. New research, which draws upon recently declassified data collected by U.S. nuclear submarines traveling under the Arctic ice cap for the last 50 years, has given us, for the first time, a three-dimensional view of the ice cap, and researchers at the Naval Postgraduate School have told us that… Read More »

Lies, Damned Lies and Al Gore on Climate

By | April 29, 2009

Gore: The Arctic is warming at an unprecedented rate. New research, which draws upon recently declassified data collected by U.S. nuclear submarines traveling under the Arctic ice cap for the last 50 years, has given us, for the first time, a three-dimensional view of the ice cap, and researchers at the Naval Postgraduate School have told us that… Read More »

Would CO2 Emissions Cuts Save Arctic Ice and Reduce Sea-Level Rise?

By | April 23, 2009

Yet again, rent-seeking “scientists” bidding for wealth, power, and glory at taxpayers’ expense have used computer games divorced from observed reality as the basis for making absurd, extravagant, scientifically-baseless, and now rather tired and shop-worn predictions that climatic doom will ensue unless the world shuts down two-thirds of its economic activity. To save the planet, burn more CO2.

Would CO2 Emissions Cuts Save Arctic Ice and Reduce Sea-Level Rise?

By | April 23, 2009

Yet again, rent-seeking “scientists” bidding for wealth, power, and glory at taxpayers’ expense have used computer games divorced from observed reality as the basis for making absurd, extravagant, scientifically-baseless, and now rather tired and shop-worn predictions that climatic doom will ensue unless the world shuts down two-thirds of its economic activity. To save the planet, burn more CO2.