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Beware global warming propaganda of the future: Fast forward to the year 2028 December 17, 2008

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Beware global warming propaganda of the future:  Fast forward to the year 2028

By the blogowner, honestclimate, December 17, 2008

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How to deal with a Global Warming skeptic in a cooling world December 16, 2008

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How to deal with a Global Warming skeptic in a cooling world

By the blogowner, honestclimate, December 16, 2008

The world is no warmer today than it was in 1998, we can’t have people thinking that global warming has stopped. Below is an easy to understand flow diagram on how to deal with global warming skeptics in a cooling world…

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Also don’t forget the below flow diagram on:
How to become a climate scientist

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This year Poznan, last year Bali December 14, 2008

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This year Poznan, last year Bali

By the blogowner, honestclimate, December 14, 2008

From NZ Climate Science, December 17, 2007

This is an oldie, but a goodie, from Bali last year…

Bali diary

Fortnight Of The Undead

Lord Monckton

Lord Monckton

By Christopher Monckton in Nusa Dua, Bali

Down the Poxy, our local fleapit late on a Saturday night, voodoo flicks like Night Of The Undead were always popular when I was a lad. To shrieks of scornful merriment from the teenage audience, mindless zombies would totter aimless across the clumsily-constructed sets with lugubrious expressions frozen on their messily-made-up death-masks until the hero, with the lurv interest wrenched screeching from the clutches of the late Baron Samedi and draped admiringly on her rescuer’s extravagantly-muscled arm, triumphantly saved the day.

Thus it was in Bali during the Fortnight Of The Undead. There was surreality in the air. The overwhelming majority of the governmental delegates, journalists, quango stallholders, fortune-hunters and environmental lobbyists who attended the UN climate conference in the soulless Nusa Dua conference centre tottered aimlessly among the clumsily-constructed sets with lugubrious expressions frozen on their messily-made-up death-masks. Monckton’s Rule: the further Left, the tackier the make-up. The only laughter came from our gallant band of doubters, the heroes of this otherwise gloomy production.

I nearly didn’t go to Bali. The UN, which had not wanted any dissent at this carefully-staged event, rejected my journalistic credentials out of hand, and without explanation. However, a non-government organization came to the rescue and the high priests didn’t dare to say No a second time. That would have looked too obvious. I proved my journo-cred by writing a major article in the Jakarta Post on day 1 of the conference, cheekily claiming my share of the Nobel Prize because the IPCC had made a correction to its latest Holy Book at my suggestion, and concluding that, since our influence on the climate is a non-problem, and the correct approach to a non-problem is to do nothing, my fellow-participants should have the courage to do nothing and push off home.

The Post circulated the article to all delegates and syndicated it worldwide, provoking weeping and gnashing of dentures among the zombies at my challenge to the scientific accuracy of the Holy Books of the IPCC. I don’t think the UN will dare to question my journalistic credentials again.

The UN’s sinister bureaucrats were furious that their attempt to stop me writing in the newspapers from the conference had failed. So they interrupted a presentation by me to delegates, threatened to have me thrown out by Security if I addressed any meeting open to the Press in the conference venues, and cancelled without reason a room they had previously booked for our team’s daily conferences. The room wasn’t even needed for someone else: it stood empty. So we mounted a demo outside the conference: half a dozen scientists (and me) in white lab-coats and (for some reason) wrap-around shades, holding a banner saying, “New science drives out old fears: Kyoto 2 is not needed”.

The UN, whose pot-bellied goons had taken over the entire Nusa Dua conference zone from the leaner and more competent Indonesian and Balinese security forces, moved us on within minutes, while allowing anti-nuclear protesters, Greens and even Hilary Benn, described as a UK Minister, to mount demonstrations for hours on end.

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Al Gore the Snowman: Sarcastic Lousianans make fun of Gore December 14, 2008

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Al Gore the Snowman: Sarcastic Lousianans make fun of Gore

From the Gore Lied Blog, December 14, 2008

Anthropogenic global warming skepticism is alive and well in Louisiana.

Posted by rebelbuc at nola.com

“HOT” POSNER December 11, 2008

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“HOT” POSNER

From the Tim Blair Blog, December 12, 2008

Constant ABC presence Rupert Posner takes a break from hanging by the pool in tropical Poland to chat with his local pals:

On ABC radio this morning he warns that he’s doing the interview without a jacket on this late evening because in warm Poznan “we’re starting to see the impact of climate change right away”.

Yeah. The place is boiling.

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“This is the best spring break ever!” reports sweltering Posner

It’s almost as hot in Louisiana, Mississippi, Illinois, California, New Jersey, Washington, Texas, the Poconos and New York. Oh, and New Orleans.

http://blogs.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/timblair/index.php/dailytelegraph/comments/hot_posner

Eat camels to protect environment, Aussies told December 9, 2008

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Eat camels to protect environment, Aussies told

G'day mate!

G'day mate!

From Yahoo News, December 9, 2008

SYDNEY (AFP) – Australians were urged Tuesday to eat camels to stop them wreaking environmental havoc, just months after being told to save the world from climate change by consuming kangaroos.

A three-year study has found that Australia’s population of more than a million feral camels — the largest wild herd on earth — is out of control and damaging fragile desert ecosystems and water sources.

The Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre, which produced the report, plans to serve camel meat at a barbecue for senior public servants in Canberra on Wednesday to press its point.

Report co-author Professor Murray McGregor said a good way to bring down the number of camels was to eat them.

“Eat a camel today, I’ve done it,” he told the national AAP news agency.

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Protesters brave bone-chilling cold in global warming rally December 8, 2008

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Protesters brave bone-chilling cold in global warming rally


By the blogowner, honestclimate, December 8, 2008

Back in September I had a post titled: Why Global Warming protests should be held in Summer.

Tim Blair has reported on similar stories here and here

Tom Nelson reports today of a Toronto Global Warming rally held on Sunday whilst on the same day Toronto issued an extreme cold weather alert as frigid temperatures ripped through Toronto Sunday.

Read Tom Nelson’s post here

When will they learn not to have global warming protests in winter, especially when we’re experiencing the coldest year this century.  It’s just embarrassing!

First we had Carbon Neutral, now we have Water Neutral? December 5, 2008

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First we had Carbon Neutral, now we have Water Neutral?

This product contains the dangerous pollutant Carbon Dioxide

Warning: This product contains the world's most dangerous pollutant, Carbon Dioxide

By the blogowner, honestclimate, December 5, 2008

There’s an amusing article in the UK Guardian, expressing their ire at Coca-Cola’s “Water Neutral” campaign.

Now I don’t know about you, but shouldn’t they be more concerned by the fact that Coca-Cola’s drinks are carbonated with…..Carbon Dioxide, the world’s most dangerous pollutant?!

Read the UK Guardian’s Article here.

Understanding Man-Made Climate Change December 5, 2008

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Understanding Man-Made Climate Change

By the blogowner, honestclimate, December 5, 2008

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Global Warming Protest cancelled due to Cold Summer Weather November 25, 2008

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Global Warming Protest cancelled due to Cold Summer Weather

PEOPLE POWERLESS

From the Tim Blair Blog, November 23, 2008

The nine-day People’s Power for the Climate protest vigil at Newcastle has been cancelled after just one day due to rain and cold. Organisers had previously advised participants to bring sun-cream and hats.

This outcome was predictable.

http://blogs.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/timblair/index.php/dailytelegraph/comments/people_powerless