Palace of Westminster
Wednesday 7th July 2014
Committee Room 10* 2pm – 4pm
The IPCC Fifth Assessment Report and its Implications for UK Climate Policy
Dr. Richard S.J. Tol
Professor of the Economics of Climate Change
University of Sussex Institute for Environmental Studies & Department of Spatial Economics
Co-editor Energy Economics
Arranged by Sammy Wilson MP
for www.repealtheact.org.uk further information: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com 01480 399098
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Watt’s big list of failed global warming predictions
Watt has a big list of failed global warming predictions. None have been fulfilled, many of them have been falsified.
Here is the subset of Watt’s list that has been clearly and obviously falsified.
May 15, 1989, Associated Press: “Using computer models, researchers concluded that global warming would raise average annual temperatures nationwide [USA] two degrees by 2010.” Continue reading
by Stewart Cowan
Rowan Williams Warns of Climate Catastrophe
In case you’d forgotten what he looks like.
Just what does a former Archbishop of Canterbury do to stay in the limelight? This one, who wasn’t a Christian as far as I could make out; he was more of a Druid; a Pagan, that I could see, joins a populist bandwagon, guaranteed to make him headline news.
This was the leading article on the Telegraph’s website this morning, Rowan Williams warns of climate catastrophe. The MSM has to keep the myth of ‘global warming’ alive so we sign up to treaties to deindustrialise and become impoverished to aid in global governance.
This is the importance Rowan Williams gives to Christianity and scripture, Continue reading
by John Pittman
Historical Perspective of Why Yamal Matters
“I can say conclusively that the hacked emails are just blips of information that will have absolutely no impact whatsoever on the push to get policymakers to back the science,” said Anne Kelly, the policy director at Ceres, a sustainable business network whose members include PepsiCo, American Airlines and Bloomberg. Already the damage control is starting. The Monbiot is a classic. http://www.monbiot.com/archives/2009/11/23/the-knights-carbonic/ “”But do these revelations justify the sceptics’ claims that this is “the final nail in the coffin” of global warming theory?(8,9) Not at all. They damage the credibility of three or four scientists. They raise questions about the integrity of one or perhaps two out of several hundred lines of evidence. To bury manmade climate change, a far wider conspiracy would have to be revealed””. Continue reading
Recap on Warmism
I have been ignoring the issue of Global Warming for a while, because it is pretty much settled. Anyone who still believes in Warmism is stupid, crazy, or lying. Usually stupid.
But, a short summary: Continue reading
by Robert Henderson
The British Green Party expose their totalitarian mentality
The British Green Party has put its undemocratic cards blatantly on the table. One of their most recent policy statements is a “ 10 point flood response plan” . Point number three is of especially interest:
“3. Get rid of any cabinet Ministers or senior governmental advisors who refuse to accept the scientific consensus on climate change or who won’t take the risks to the UK seriously” (http://greenparty.org.uk/news/2014/02/14/green-party-launch-10-point-flood-response-plan/)
The leader of the British Green Party Natalie Bennett enlarged on this in an interview with the BBC conducted by Ross Hawkins (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-26187711). These exchanges took place: Continue reading
by the Rev Philip Foster
Here are entries from Pepys’ diary in Januaries for 1661-2 Remember this was in the depths of the Little Ice Age. Global cooling tends to produce erratic weather.
“It is strange what weather we have had all this winter; no cold at all but the ways are dusty and the flyes fly up and down and the rose bushes are full of leaves; such a time of the year as never was known in this world before.”
Samuel Pepys’ Diary, 21st January 1661
“Ordered by Parliament to pray for more seasonable weather; that it is, both as to warmth and every other thing, just as if it were the middle of May or June, which doth threaten a plague to follow.”
Samuel Pepys’ Diary, 15th January 1662
“Wind the last night (such as hath not been in memory before, unless at the death of the late protector*), that it was dangerous to go out of doors; and hearing how several persons have been killed today by the fall of things in the street and that the pageant in Fleet street is most of it blown down and hath broke down part of several houses.”
Samuel Pepys’ Diary, 18th February 1662