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Global Warming, is it back on the Governments Agenda after all? According to the principles laid down by Dr Bruce Charlton anthropogenic global warming (as advocated by Al Gore, the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and our own Government), is based on a false hypothesis that the increase in human-induced greenhouse gas emissions is causing dangerous global warming.   The facts disproving the manmade global warming hypothesis are indisputable: over the last decade man-made greenhouse gas emissions have continued to rise, but global temperatures have fallen. That is not what is supposed to happen, according to the... read full article

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Global Warming, is it back on the Governments Agenda after all?

If National do make a backflip and continue with the Emission Trading Scheme rushed into the House by Labour in the closing days of their Term, even in a modified form, this will be a major let-down for us voters who supported them in the Election. They will have to do one hell of a job to convince us that this is a good move! In fact I for one cannot be convinced based on what I know right now at least. If they can show some cunning trick that is going to make the country better off by doing this, then fiar enough. If its just more of the same spin, forget it! Global warming is all bu****t, as anyone who has visited the Natural History Museum in London will know. Look at the history, not the last 50 years!

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Global Warming, is it back on the Governments Agenda after all?

It would be nice to think that Global Warming was just a big trick played on us by left wing nanny state governments. But like Santa Clause, a nice idea is not always a true idea. In the interests of 'journalistic balance' both sides of the global warming debate are given nearly equal media coverage. This gives the impression of a split scientific community. The reality is that the vast majority of scientists support the concept of man-made global warming, but the small collection of nutters and attention seekers are also given equal space to push their nonsense.


30,000 Scientists, 9,000 of which have PHD's are not 'a small collection of nutters' and disagree with this hippy bullsh*t

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Global Warming, is it back on the Governments Agenda after all?

The reality is that a big chunk of the scientists have siezed on global warming as the next wave to give them access to research funds, so they can go play with their toys and not get a real job for another 10 years. Getting reserch funding is the biggest challenge that faces all scientists, and global warming has been a bonanza. What is even better, they write detailed reports citing the "facts" as reported in other reports by learned scientists. But in reality, that previous report was just regurgitating material from yet earlier ones. Much based on computer modelling, not measured, repeatable real facts.

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Global Warming, is it back on the Governments Agenda after all?

Ah right. Lot's of good evidence against it. Experts who know what they're talking about. It reminds of that other big hoax the mainstream media keeps pushing on us: The Holocaust. Yeah. There are well established historians like David Irving and Bradly Smith who tell the truth, but we just keep hearing the lies.

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Global Warming, is it back on the Governments Agenda after all?

The denial of Global Warming is relic of the past. Even George Bush now accepts the reality. I don't want to be rude, but if you're behind George Bush on the uptake, then... [video]7RNg14zDnJ0[/video]

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Global Warming, is it back on the Governments Agenda after all?

As I recall it, the ETS was claimed to be going to make NZ a profit of some Billion or so. But the last Treasury estimate then reported that it was heading to a deficit of 3 Billion. A) We cannot afford any such losses as a Nation! B) For what possible benefit? Even if this whole emissions based theory finally proves to be right, NZ total contribution is a tiny fraction of 1 percent. How much could we possibly reduce it by? Even if we killed off all our livestock it would drop by half. Half of bugger all is still bugger all. But we go broke! C) It is a mammoth project and once started, investors gambling on those Trades will end up with Billions of at risk money. As such, become a hugely influential force to keep it going. Do we want NZ investors putting money into this sort of crap, or into projects that will increase exports and add wealth and financial strength to the country?

#7

Global Warming, is it back on the Governments Agenda after all?

Yes. Why can't we have a carbon trading scheme that doesn't cost anybody anything. It always seems to be so expensive for polluters...

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