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“Denier” blogs clean sweep of 2012 Weblog awards February 27, 2012

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“Denier” blogs clean sweep of 2012 Weblog awards

The debate is over, the voting is settled and the consensus is in! Here are the winners…

Best Science or Technology weblog: Watts Up with That
Best Australian or New Zealand weblog: JoNova
Best European weblog: Tallbloke Talkshop
Best Canadian weblog: Climate Audit
Lifetime Achievement Award: Watts Up with That

Congrats to the above blogs, very well deserved!



1. Oliver K. Manuel - February 27, 2012

E.M. Smith (Musings of the Chiefio) has identified a useful tool to decipher the motives behind AGW propaganda:


“IF there is a New World Order and it is out to control the world by all the nefarious means . . . then what it fears is made visible by what it attacks.”

That logic, although not verbalized, helped me see that Climategate emails and documents released in Nov 2009 were only the latest in a four decade effort to obscure quantitative information on the origin, composition and source of energy of the Earth-Sun system.

Click to access Climategate_Roots.pdf

That logic also helped me understand Dr. Peter Gleick’s attack on the Heartland Institute and his alliance with the American Geophysical Union and the US National Academy of Sciences – institutions that actively obscured quantitative information on the origin, composition and source of energy of the Earth-Sun system at the AGU National Meetings in Washington, DC in April 1956 and April 1976.

1956: http://www.springerlink.com/content/n556224311414604/
1976: http://www.omatumr.com/archive/StrangeXenon.pdf

Thus recent events described in AGW denier’s blogs are following the same pattern of strange events in the past, including the effort to hide xenon isotope data from the 1995 Galileo probe of Jupiter:

The NWO (New World Order) is “out to control the world” and will not admit that every atom in the world was formed and life is sustained by nuclear forces that NWO failed to grasp and certainly cannot control: Neutron repulsion:

Click to access 1102.1499.pdf

2. Jack Savage - February 27, 2012


3. bushbunny - February 28, 2012

This is great news for the hardworking people involved who I have followed over the years. On WUWT today is something interesting
it is a translation of ancient Iraqi texts, that I have read yet, but –
it suggests the climate was changing then, to colder. Being a student of archaeology and palaeoanthropology I feel this was to be expected,and might reflect human evolutionary progresses in agriculture particularly.. Iraq was part of the world that lead in cereal production like Egypt because they utilised the river systems and irrigation canals to land that was basically desert all but from where they could tap into natural water resources.

4. bushbunny - February 28, 2012

should read ‘not read yet’ Sorry for typos

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