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October 16, 2014: "Cut the Costly Climate Chatter" by Viv Forbes, geologist , financial analyst and farmer with a degree in Applied Science (geology, physics, chemistry and maths), founder of Carbon Sense Coalition, Queensland, Australia.
"Rich and poor all over the world have endured 21 years of wasteful spending [on climate mitigation] that could have built flood-proof infrastructure, drought-proof water supplies, erosion-proof beach fronts and pollution-free waterways. It has gone down the global warming gurgler without a single visible benefit for suffering tax-payers."
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Click here to see list of Dr. Patrick Moore's public presentations in Australia 22 October to 6 November. Dr. Moore was co-founder of Greenpeace and served for nine years as President of Greenpeace Canada and seven years as a Director of Greenpeace International. He left Greenpeace in 1986 because of his concern at the anti-science and extreme political policies it was adopting. He is visiting Australia to explain why his view of catastrophic global warming differs from that of the extreme green movement.
September 12, 2014: "Heading for ice age" by ICSC Chief Science Advisor, Professor Bob Carter, published in The Australian, Surry Hills, NSW, Australia.
GRAHAM Lloyd has reported on the Bureau of Meteorology’s capitulation to scientific criticism that it should publish an accounting of the corrections it makes to temperature records (“Bureau warms to transparency over adjusted records”, 12/9). Corrections which, furthermore, act to reinforce the bureau’s dedication to a prognosis of future dangerous global warming, by turning cooling temperature trends into warming ones — a practice also known to occur in the US, Britain and New Zealand.
Meanwhile, we have a report by Sue Neales that the size of our grain harvest remains in doubt following severe frosts in southern NSW killing large areas of early wheat crops and also damaging wheat and canola crops in South Australia and Victoria (“Trifecta of calamities to deplete. crop harvest”, 12/9)
Is it unreasonable to be surprised that none of your writers, much less the government, has noticed that leading solar astrophysicists, such as Habibullo Abdussamatov from Pulkovo Observatory in St Petersburg, have for years been commenting on the declining activity of the sun?
These scientists are projecting a significant cooling over the next three decades, and perhaps even the occurrence of another little ice age.
Obsessed as they are with a gentle global warming trend that stopped late last century, should the expected solar cooling eventuate, policy makers will rue the day they failed to heed the advice of independent scientists on climate change issues.
Bob Carter, Townsville, Qld
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August 7, 2014: "Global Warming Pause Puts 'Crisis' In Perspective", by James Taylor, JD, senior fellow for environment policy at the Heartland Institute and managing editor of Environment & Climate News.
"the admittedly less reliable ground-based mercury temperature readings from the mid-1940s through the late 1970s reported global cooling during the three decades immediately prior to the satellite era. Accordingly, the time period for which real-world temperatures are not rising nearly as rapidly as IPCC predictions is now not just 35 years, but approximately 70 years."
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Red line above is 2014 to date. CLICK ON ABOVE GRAPH FOR AN ENLARGED VIEW!
Quoting from the Website "sunshine hours":
July 25, 2014: Antarctic Sea Ice Extent is 1,131,000 sq km above the 1981-2010 mean.
That obliterates the previous daily record by 500,000 sq km. And is also the 127th daily record for the year.
ICSC editor's note: Check out the above data on the National Snow and Ice Data Center by clicking here.
Learn much more about the real snow and ice conditions across the world at http://climate4you.com/, assembled by Professor Ole Humlum of Norway.
Click on above image to watch Lord Monckon's presentation and award ceremony.