Posted 24 April 2009

"The science of climate change continues to evolve and regardless of the outcome of the climate debate, observational data suggests that we may be served well by basing our climate agenda, scientifically and economically, on a broader perspective than that in the IPCC outline...

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Posted 23 April 2009

"To judge by actions rather than words, however, few people and almost no national governments actually believe in the infinite rewards of exorcising carbon from economic life. Kyoto has hurt the anti-carbon mission far more than carbon zealots seem to grasp. It has proved on...

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Posted 18 April 2009

Professor Ian Plimer is described as Australia's top earth scientist.  His new book, Heaven and Earth prompted Sydney Morning Herald journalist Paul Sheehan to re-examine his previous attitudes to claims of man-made global warming. Read Sheehan's review here:  LINK  

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Posted 16 April 2009

"Your original estimates of costs and benefits of the Climate Change Bill showed that its potential costs of some £205 billion were almost twice the maximum benefits of £110 billion. This was embarrassing for you because the reason governments are required to publish an Impac

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Posted 12 April 2009:

"At root, all of the red-flagged irregularities, errors, and exaggerations identified herein have their origin in the IPCC' s central exaggeration of the four parameters whose product is the temperature response to anthropogenic increases in carbon dioxide concentration.  I...

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