Tuesday, 28 April 2009

Palestine victim of Arab betrayal

This is an article written by a Palestinian who grew up in Gaza and who's father was killed by Israeli's. While Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Iranian President, continues to be given a platform for his anti-Semitic and anti-Israel rantings, this individual, with her first hand experience, sees things differently.


Dr Ian Plimer on ABC Radio

A follow up to an earlier post - Beware the Climate of Conformity - this is an interview on ABC Radio with Dr Ian Plimer, author of the recently released book Heaven and Earth. Naturally, the ABC doesn't allow him air time on his own, but instead shares the time with another scientist who critiques the book, even though he has never read it. Who do you believe??


And again on Lateline:

The debate continues....

Friday, 24 April 2009

Is the climate change debate settled?

Another article from a professor of geology, Jan Veizer, that contradicts much of the hype of AGW and presents an alternative, science based proposition. It's great to see the debate is alive and well, with leading scientists now willing to risk their own reputations by disputing the message from alarmists like Gore, Stern, Flannery and the IPCC.

Thursday, 23 April 2009

Beware the climate of conformity

This is a very interesting piece of journalism from a self confessed climate change believer. It discusses a recently released book by Australia's leading geologist, Dr. Ian Plimer, titled Heaven and Earth, that presents counter arguments to the AGW case. It will be interesting to see how it is critiqued by others, but it has already made this journalist re-open the debate.

Obama is Dubya's acceptable face

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,25317437-5013460,00.html by Greg Sheridan

Rudd on the road to disaster

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,25260080-7583,00.html by Henry Ergas

Why doesn't anyone listen to the real climate change experts?

I am a climate change skeptic, or to use the current intellectually fashionable term, I am a climate change denier. I do not dispute the fact that climate changes - it has for millions of years and will continue to change in the future. What I am skeptical about is the much hyped yet scientifically unproven proposition that it is predominantly man made, AGW (anthropological global warming), and the link between carbon emissions and climate change.
While the media and governments are both using this issue for their own agendas (much like Al Gore and Tim Flannery), I will continue to push an alternative view, and that is that the debate is not over and that the science is far from settled.
With Copenhagen set to host the next international forum on climate change in December this year, and with a post Kyoto agreement the aim, many alarmists are upping the ante on climate change by making more and more exaggerated claims about the affects of AGW and the urgent need to act. Sea level rises, Arctic melt downs, hurricanes, droughts - none of which they can prove - all of which are based on IPCC modelling and which are being reported as indisputable facts in the complicit main stream media. I say don't believe the hype. These models have been around for more than ten years now, and none of the predictions they made ten years ago have proven to be accurate today. Even the IPCC has recently admitted that some of their models are wrong.
We need to keep an open mind and let the debate continue before we tax and spend trillions of dollars on solutions that do little or nothing to help the environment.
And we should start listening to the real climate change experts!

Comrade Rudd's Great Con Game

http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/comrade-rudds-great-con-game-20090308-8sce.html?page=-1 by Paul Sheehan

Tuesday, 21 April 2009

The Obama Deception

Very interesting and thought provoking documentary about the New World Order, Wall Street and Climate Change. If it had been made by Michael Moore or Al Gore, I'm sure we'd have heard much more about it.


John Howard on Kevin Rudd

A response to Kevin Rudd's 7000 word essay in "The Monthly" attacking neo-liberalism by former PM John Howard. I do miss the devil I knew.