The Spectator magazine sponsored a debate 'The global warming hysteria is over: Time for a return to sanity' held on Tuesday at the Royal Geographical Society in London. According to Andrew Montford who attended the event: “I was a bit … [Read more...] about Europe Giving up on Climate, More Interested in Economy?
Archives for March 2011
Hi, My apologies if you’ve already seen this, but I’m giving it as wide a distribution as I can and hope that you will do the same. This link is to a petition urging the Prime Minister to delay the introduction of carbon tax legislation until … [Read more...] about Petition Urging the Australian PM to Delay Introduction of the Carbon Tax Legislation
MOST scientists sceptical of the theory of anthropogenic global warming (AGW) accepted that carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas; they simply don’t believe it is very potent relative to other natural forces. But there are a group of physicists, most … [Read more...] about Calling for Essays in Defence of Back Radiation
Voltage coursing through electrical barriers designed to keep invasive Asian carp out of the Great Lakes may need to be raised to keep out juvenile fish, U.S. officials said on Friday. Read more here. … [Read more...] about Invasive Carp in the US
“THE Gillard government's chief promoter of the climate change debate has admitted even a global effort to cut carbon emissions would not lower temperatures for up to 1000 … [Read more...] about What to Listen to, Read, and Action This Week
Tonight, in the Australian state of New South Wales, Barry O'Farrell has swept 16 years of Labor government into history with a landslide victory. The magnitude of his 17 per cent swing has surprised many. Labor is likely to end up with as few as … [Read more...] about ‘Carbon Tax’ Hurt Labor Vote in NSW