Monthly Archives: April 2011

A really good environmentalist – Dr. Patrick Moore

I’d like to introduce Patrick Moore.  Dr. Moore was a co-founder of Greenpeace about 40 years ago.  Under his direction, Greenpeace had a huge influence on the world.  For example; taking on USA’s hydrogen bomb testing – and winning; taking on French nuclear … Continue reading

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A ‘values’ check – –

A friend brought a letter to my attention.  It was on page 24 of the April 5th issue of NZ’s Rural News.  The letter is about abortion and animal welfare. Here’s a short extract from the letter :- “… However, every time I … Continue reading

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Where did the 50 million climate refugees go?

Well – they didn’t need to go anywhere.  I found this piece of news at Anthony Watts’ blog.  Here’s a short introduction:- In 2005, the United Nations Environment Programme predicted that climate change would create 50 million climate refugees by 2010. … Continue reading

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Professor John Christy on climate change

It’s great that some mainstream media are beginning to look at and talk about what is really happening with climate change. Here’s another interview that’s worth a listen. The person being interviewed is Prof. John Christy.  He is one of THE genuine experts on this topic.  John works at the … Continue reading

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Professor Richard Lindzen on Australian radio

Prof. Richard Lindzen is likely the world’s most repsected climate scientist.  He was recently interviewed by Chris Smith on Australian radio. I highly recommend you spend 14 mintes to listen to the interview. Go on.  Click the link.  You won’t be disappointed.

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You think the planet is in danger from our CO2 emissions. Think again.

From an article in the Financial Post. The article is by Dr David Evans.  David is a mathematician and engineer, with six university degrees, including a PhD from Stanford University in electrical engineering. Here are a few extracts. The … Continue reading

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A legal battle looming

From an item at Climate Realists by John O’Sullivan. Dr. Tim Ball is a talented climate scientist who has been working hard to expose the alarm over global warming.  He now unfortunately faces two costly courtroom battles. Dr. Tim … Continue reading

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Energy crisis over – for 250 years?

From an article in the Register by Andrew Orlowski. Here are some extracts. The “Energy Crisis” is over, according to some analyses, with new gas discoveries securing supplies for as much as 250 years. The big winners include Argentina … Continue reading

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DDT, malaria, sled dogs, people and death

Last week I was at a training course over in Australia.  One of the presenters was a top policeman who shared some of his leadership experiences.  One of them was about a time he spent in Africa.  The sickness and death that occurs … Continue reading

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