Posted Christmas Day (25 December) 2015

The Christmas break is a good time for reading and video watching. For people interested in the on-going debate on climate change, and claims of "global warming", the recent hearing by the Science Sub-Committee of the Commerce Committee of the U.S.Senate on...

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Posted 24 December 2015

"Another week, another study showing that our official climate data gatekeepers have been exaggerating the extent of 'global warming' to make it look more scary, more urgent, more desperately in need of extra funding for our official climate data gatekeepers... "

James...

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Posted 23 Decenber 2015

"The script for much of this year's UN COP21 climate conference....could have come directly out of [J M] Barrie's book [Peter Pan]. The UN believes they can sense climate danger decades in advance, a power that requires forgetting that every prior prediction they made turn...

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Posted 23 December 2015

Writing in the Business Standard, New Delhi, Nitin Sethi reveals how India's diplomatic tenacity reduced the Paris climate talks to what became, in the end, a meaningless wish list.  "The Indian team faced a tough challenge in the battle of attrition at Paris. It was man...

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Posted 23 December 2015

G K Chesteron in The Oracle of the Dog:  "It's part of something I've noticed more and more in the modern world, appearing in all sorts of newspaper rumours and conversational catchwords; something that's arbitrary without being authoritative. People readily swallow the...

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