ClimateGate news

Monday, February 5, 2007

News roundup

  • National Post: Stephane Dion, the Liberal leader, is in full-fledged denial of the obvious.
  • CBC: MPs to vote on motion that supports Kyoto
  • Susan Riley: An irresistible force (NDP leader Jack Layton) is about to collide with an immovable object (Prime Minister Stephen Harper) and the result could be an early election over climate change, or a meaty and effective plan to reduce Canada's greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Randall Denley:Why Stephane Dion is unfit to lead this country
    I've just met Liberal leader Stephane Dion for the first time and I have to say, it was a frightening experience. The thought that this fellow could become the prime minister of Canada ought to alarm us.
  • Wall Street Journal: Climate of Opinion - The latest U.N. report shows the "warming" debate is far from settled.
    Last week's headlines about the United Nations' latest report on global warming were typically breathless, predicting doom and human damnation like the most fervent religious evangelical. Yet the real news in the fourth assessment from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) may be how far it is backpedaling on some key issues. Beware claims that the science of global warming is settled.
  • Breitbart: Bitter Cold Grips Northern States
  • Breitbart: Below-Zero Temps Close Schools
  • KHNL: Chilly cold spell sweeping Hawaii

Update: Dr. Tim Ball - Global Warming: the Cold, Hard Facts?
Believe it or not, Global Warming is not due to human contribution of Carbon Dioxide (CO2). This in fact is the greatest deception in the history of science. We are wasting time, energy and trillions of dollars while creating unnecessary fear and consternation over an issue with no scientific justification.

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