Submitted by climaterealists on Thu, 25/07/2013 - 12:57
On 10.00AM Monday 22 of July at the High Court in Durham St Christchurch there was scheduled a hearing instigated by approximately 40 property owners of the Christchurch red zone whose property is either repairable or completely undamaged.
Geof's email of intention:
These people are being compelled to leave and as a group, they have found enough cash to test the legality of the red zone order in the courts.
Submitted by climaterealists on Tue, 09/07/2013 - 14:18
As time goes by I have less and less doubt that we are seeing Agenda 21 in action in Christchurch - increasingly led by the government rather than by the City Council, although they still seem to think they can plan everything to the nth degree.
Submitted by climaterealists on Thu, 20/06/2013 - 17:38
The Real Reason Behind Climate Change and Global Warming/The problem with our Physics
Einstein once wrote that one of the most important unsolved problems in physics centered around Earth's magnetic field. I sincerely believe I have came up with a theory that not only solves all contradictions in physics but also Earth's magnetic field.
My name is Jamal S. Shrair, I am a physicist and researcher currently living in Budapest, Hungary. I have been working for the last decade on physics theory, which gives an explanation for what I believe to be the real reason behind global climate-change as well as global weather and geological phenomena. I have compiled my research and hypotheses in a book, which I published on the 19 of April 2013 on Amazon.
The book provides a good theory for why earth reverses its magnetic field, what is the source of heat at the earth’s core and a rational explanation for the observable
climate-change and geological phenomena which we are experiencing.
Submitted by climaterealists on Tue, 18/06/2013 - 20:56
From R.W. Tracinski’s Daily Debate 14/6/13
Global warming skeptics such as myself have been pointing to the fact that the temperature record shows no additional global warming since the late 1990s, in contradiction to the predictions made by the alarmists.
It is—how shall I put it?—an inconvenient truth.
The New York Times has finally gotten around to reporting on this phenomenon.
"As unlikely as this may sound, we have lucked out in recent years when it comes to global warming.
"The rise in the surface temperature of earth has been markedly slower over the last 15 years than in the 20 years before that. And that lull in warming has occurred even as greenhouse gases have accumulated in the atmosphere at a record pace."
Submitted by climaterealists on Tue, 11/06/2013 - 20:04
The Lord Monckton Foundation A G A P H S E I S
The Global Warming Prediction Index:
a new monthly reality check on models’ forecasts
Is the world warming faster than predicted? Just as predicted? Or at all? Or is it cooling? For the first time ever, the LMF monthly prediction index and graph compare the latest official IPCC projections of global warming with real-world temperature change measured by satellites.
Submitted by climaterealists on Tue, 04/06/2013 - 20:20
How government scientists plunder the till in the name of science
By Patrick J. Michaels
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Three years ago, I ran into former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd at a ritzy Northwest Washington restaurant. We exchanged pleasantries, but before long, our conversation became unpleasant.
Since climate science is my field, I felt compelled to point out that Mr. Rudd’s support for a cap-and-trade policy for carbon emissions had recently helped cost him his job as prime minister. “Well, what should I have done?” he replied. “My scientists, I say, my scientists, told me this is an important problem.”
Having closely followed implementation of Mr. Rudd’s cap-and-trade, my response was admittedly a little testy: “Your scientists said exactly what you paid them to tell you.” It took less than an hour for the daily newspaper The Australian to get wind of the encounter.
That brief interaction with Mr. Rudd is indicative of a widespread problem: The government of Australia, and pretty much every other nation, funds research scientists and then relies on them for policy guidance. It is in the best interest of these government-funded scientists to ensure their fields — and therefore their jobs — are deemed of great importance.