Climate Change Roundup

Things are looking far from comfortable for the “science is settled”, warming brigade of fraudsters.

Around 50 ships stuck in Baltic Sea ice, how far is the Baltic from the Arctic Circle? This far.

Snowing on warmists’ parade: I don’t think global warming is working out quite as warmists predicted. Whoopsy!

Earth Hour running slow: Only 579 cities signed up so far. Their target: Earth Hour 2010 aims to reach one billion people in more than 1,000 cities encouraging them to cast their vote for the earth by turning off their lights. In fact, it’s a massive drop on last year’s numbers: 88 countries and 4,088 cities participated in Earth Hour 2009, ten times more cities than Earth Hour 2008 had…

I actually wonder how long Phil Jones, Pachauri the Train Engineer and michael Mann have before they are before a court. It would also be nice to see the Nobel Prize committee remove the Peace Prize from Pachauri and Gore since the award was largely based upon the now discredited IPCC AR.4. Not only that but the Acadamy should also withdraw its Oscar for “An Inconvenient Truth”, because as we know now the only inconvenient thing about the film that it contain not a shred of fact or evidence that hasn’t been completely proven false.

If only John Key and “Quota” Smith would open their eyes.


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