2012: What's the 'real' truth?

Lord Christopher Monckton, chief policy advisor to the Science and Public Policy Institute and former science advisor to Margaret Thatcher, tells The New American from Rio that the just-concluded Rio+20 conference was not about saving the planet or eradicating poverty, but about shackling the plant under global government. He also optimistically stresses that the “pointy heads here in Rio” have failed despite their declaration of success and that “the game is up.”

Published on Jun 23, 2012 by LibertyInOurTime

Kauilapele does his usual great job of analysis and simplicfication: 

This video statement
 appears to be quite a big confirmation of some great news… that the attempts to bring about a “One World Government” at the Rio+20 conference have failed.

Yesterday, the Drake and company had mentioned “Agenda 21″, and the intent to create a “One World Government.” Then here’s what Ben started his article with today.

“Last week the cabal controlled media…

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About The Heretic

There are many writers of blogs who are participating in the catastrophic anthropogenic global warming (cagw) debate on the skeptics’ side, but it is interesting to come across a play, The Heretic, by Richard Bean with a script incorporating arguments critical of the cagw alarmists’ position.

The Heretic opened at the Royal Court Theater on February 4, 2011 and won the 2011 Evening Standard Best New Play award. The Heretic will soon be playing in Melbourne according to the Bishop Hill website.

When familiar criticisms of the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) and discussion about the lack of consideration of the Little Ice Age in the creation of the hockey stick graph can be found in a play, it is apparent that assertions that the debate over global warming is over do not ring true.

There is an article entitled “The Heretic, Royal Court, review” by Charles Spencer in The Telegraph, February 11, 2011.

One format in which the script of The Heretic is currently available is in a Kindle edition.

For more about catastrophic anthropogenic global warming, please be sure to see Mapping the Debate – Josh 165 in the Bishop Hill website.

The IPCC ship has apparently hit an iceberg in the Josh 165 cartoon. Note that the cartoon can be clicked for better visibility.

More about the hockey stick graph and thye IPCC:

Crok Interviews Vahrenholt” in Bishop Hill, May 4, 2012.

Added May 16, 2012:

A letter written by Andrew Glikson that is critical of The Heretic can be read here on the Bishop Hill website.

A PDF prepared by Joanne Nova of a climate debate in 2010 between her and Andrew Glikson is available here.

Added May 17, 2012:

Glikson tells us to publish a paper — we say ‘the heretics have — when will you?‘” JoNova, May 17, 2012.

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About Roosters of the Apocalypse

Global Warming and National Suicide” by Rael Jean Isaac, American Thinker, March 16, 2012, was taken in part from the Introduction in Roosters of the Apocalypse: How the Junk Science of Global Warming Nearly Bankrupted the Western World, a 2012 book by the same author.

The book covers the debate about global warming with emphasis upon information about activities of the roosters (alarmists and other proponents of catastrophic anthropogenic global warming theory) and their opponents (owls) rather than detailed lines of scientific evidence supporting the one side or the other.

A number of ways in which global warming roosters are being opposed are discussed in the final chapter of the book.

The cartoon displayed above has been posted here in accordance with the provision in Cartoons by Josh that it can be shown on non-commercial blogs.

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About “Death Comes to Pemberley”

P.D. James has written a sequel in the form of a detective story to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. The sequel is Death Comes to Pemberley and is the second book selected for reading and discussion by the Pflugerville Community Library’s Online Book Discussion.

An article by P.D. James about her book appeared last year (November 4, 2011)  in The Telegraph.

P.D. James on You Tube about Jane Austen and Death Comes to Pemberley can be found here.

The book’s prologue can be read at this publisher website.

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This is a reblog from the Pflugerville Community Library Online Book Discussion with an introduction to Death Comes to Pemberley.

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An Energy Issue in Austin

For considering energy issues, one place to start might be briefly with the GreenChoice plan offered by Austin Energy in Austin, Texas.

On an Austin Energy web page, a Batch 6 GreenChoice plan is described that costs about $25 more per month based upon 1,000 kWh usage.

The rate schedule for electricity in Austin has been an active issue. See, for example, “Council decides to continue study of rate hike proposals” by Marty Toohey, Austin American-Statesman, March 1, 2012. Just yesterday, a column entitled “Austin Energy: world-class environmental, power, and economic engine?” by Richard Halpin appeared on the Austin American-Statesman editorial page.

In a section listing green energy debacles in Climatism, a book by Steve Goreham (2010), it was interesting to find that the GreenChoice plan was the first item discussed.

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There is more information about this new book website in the “About” page.

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