Category Archives: Originals

Climategate: Caught Green-Handed!

By | December 1, 2009

The whistleblower deep in the basement of one of the ugly, modern tower-blocks of the dismal, windswept University of East Anglia could scarcely have timed it better. In less than three weeks, the world’s governing class – its classe politique – would meet in Copenhagen, Denmark, to discuss a treaty to inflict an unelected and tyrannical global government… Read More »

Climate Science Corrupted

By | November 20, 2009

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was established under the sponsorship of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The UNEP’s belief in manmade warming in the late 1970’s led to a stage-managed conference in Villach in 1985, which in turn led to the political decision to form the IPCC.

Mercury, Climate and the Food Web

By | November 19, 2009

Writing in Environmental Health Perspectives (2005), Booth and Zeller [hereafter BZ05] embark on the highly ambitious task of applying ecosystem modeling to the difficult problem of tracing the flow of methylmercury (MeHg) – the biologically active, potentially toxic form of mercury – in the Faroe Island marine ecosystem as changing functions of both fish mortality (commercial catch rates)… Read More »

“Global Warming” A Debate at Last

By | November 16, 2009

In the April/May 2009 Journal of the Chartered Insurance Institute of London, Paul Maynard and I published an article entitled Let Cool Heads Prevail, expressing grave scientific doubt about the supposed magnitude of the anthropogenic effect on global temperature, and providing substantial evidence from the published data and from the peer-reviewed literature. Our article caught the insurance industry… Read More »

Response to U.S. Secretary of Energy on Climate Statement

By | October 28, 2009

SECRETARY CHU’S senate testimony is predicated upon two false assumptions: that the “threat” from “climate change” is “grave”; and that, even if it were grave, reducing carbon emissions would make a difference. He cites the now-outdated 2007 Climate Assessment Report of the IPCC and a subsequent but also now-outdated MIT study, saying global warming by 2100 would be… Read More »

Manufacturing Money and Global Warming

By | October 27, 2009

Money is power. You can use money to get people to do things for you, and to obtain real stuff. Most people will do almost anything, if you offer them enough money. In the current financial system, money is manufactured by central and private banks out of thin air: they make something from nothing. This is a great… Read More »

An Open Letter to President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives

By | October 22, 2009

Mr. President, You have recently held an undersea Cabinet meeting to raise awareness of the idea that global sea level is rising and hence threatens to drown the Maldives. This proposition is not founded in observational facts and true scientific judgements, Accordingly it is incorrect.