climategate

Mugabe cheered at Copenhagen

Carbon trading is go?

Our leaders!Our leaders!

Gordon Brown struts upon the stage at Carbonopenhagen with the delusional hope of leaving his legacy as a world statesman who helped save the world, twice. Hugo Chavaz gets a standing ovation, Robert Mugabe is cheered whilst Viscount Monckton is knocked unconscious by a Danish policeman, see Anthony Watts.

Corus workers sacrificed to save the world!

The end of the Enlightenment?

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The BBC and most of our politicians still claim that climate change is incontrovertible, that they must save the world and that economic measures will do the trick. Richard North at EUReferendum points out one industry in the UK that has already fallen by the wayside as a result of this crazy flawed logic.

BBC propaganda unit struggling

National news should be put to peer review

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Clever Richard North in his Tiger Woods Index shows us how the MSM is obsessed with trivia such as the Woods' affair whereas the general population is more interested in issues such as Climategate. Nonetheless the BBC is trying its best to maintain its normal patronising PC view. It has even had 'a leading climatologist' to rebut the CRU hacking- none other than Michael Mann, one of the infamous hockey stick graph fraudsters. Obviously this little fact was not mentioned. Watts Up With That has a fascinating article detailing the scam to eliminate the medievel warm period.

Chilcot and Climategate, a helping hand?

Lucky man?

Myths and there peddlers
I wonder if Professor Phil Jones of the University of East Anglia Climate Research Unit is, ahem, feeling under the weather? While mounting accusations swirl around him and the entire tribe of climate 'scientists', the future looks bleak. However, I predict there will be something to lift the spirits this Christmas. A flurry of seasonal greetings cards from Anthony Charles Lynton Blair, UK Prime Minister 1997 - 2007, and family, will fall through some letter boxes any time soon.

Carbon turned to gold

CRU data chucked

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The Times reports that:

SCIENTISTS at the University of East Anglia (UEA) have admitted throwing away much of the raw temperature data on which their predictions of global warming are based.

It means that other academics are not able to check basic calculations said to show a long-term rise in temperature over the past 150 years.

The UEA’s Climatic Research Unit (CRU) was forced to reveal the loss following requests for the data under Freedom of Information legislation.

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