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“Carbon Pollution” Is Unscientific Propaganda

how to trade binary options book The term ‘carbon pollution’ is unscientific and misleading By James D. Agresti Justfactsdaily.com “Language is power,” and “with careful selection of and modification to language,” wrote Evie Loveband in the journal Idiom, any one person “has the power to control the debate and rewrite history.” This truism spurs endless debates over terminology in the political …

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Is The EU Commission Answerable To The Law?

Pat Swords Turn 180 The EU’s programme on ‘Projects of Common Interest’ includes some 200 plus projects related to renewable electricity, characterised by large size and environmental impacts, as they must as a minimum link two or more Member States. The renewable export projects in the Irish midlands comprising of thousands of giant turbines fall …

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Jun
16

Deconstructing SEAI’s Claims That Wind Energy Provides Savings For The Taxpayer

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Are Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s figures correct? The numbers just don’t stack up. By Pat Swords BE CEng FIChemE CEnv MIEMA, Turn 180 The SEAI press release of 27th November 2012 stated[1]: Almost one fifth of Irish electricity usage now comes from renewable sources according to the annual Energy in Ireland (2012) report published …

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Jun
05

Global Warming? No Global Warming For 17 years 9 Months

Christopher Monkton of Brenchley Watts Up With That Wed, 04 Jun 2014 Figure 1. RSS monthly global mean lower-troposphere temperature anomalies (dark blue) and trend (thick bright blue line), September 1996 to May 2014, showing no trend for 17 years 9 months. According to the RSS satellite data, whose value for May 2014 has just …

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May
26

Transcript of Turn 180 before the Oireachtas Environmental Committee

(Ireland’s) Electricity Generation and Export: Oireactas Discussion Tuesday, 18 February 2014 Joint Committee on Environment, Culture and the Gaeltacht Debate http://oireachtasdebates.oireachtas.ie/debates%20authoring/DebatesWebPack.nsf/committeetakes/ENJ2014021800002?opendocument The Joint Committee met at 14:15 MEMBERS PRESENT: Deputy James Bannon, Senator Cáit Keane, Deputy Paudie Coffey, Senator Denis Landy, Deputy Noel Coonan, Senator Hildegarde Naughton, Deputy Marcella Corcoran Kennedy, Senator Labhrás Ó Murchú. …

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May
26

Blogger Threatened for Exposing 97% “Consensus” Fraud

The New American In what is nearly a replay of the Climategate e-mail scandal of the University of East Anglia, independent climate blogger Brandon Shollenberger has been threatened with a lawsuit and arrest if he releases data that climate alarmists left online unencrypted showing their claim that 97.1 percent of climate scientists “endorsed the consensus …

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Feb
24

Matt Cooper Labels Christopher Monckton A Climate Change “Denier”

On Wednesday Feb 19th, Matt Cooper on his radio show The Last Word (Today FM) introduced his guest Christopher Monckton as a Climate Change “Denier”. Dr Roy Spenser provides the appropriate response for use of this derogatory word in his blog. The Daily Mail runs the story as follows.. Are YOU a ‘global warming Nazi’? …

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Feb
24

Theoretical Human Contribution to Climate Change (1 part in 1000)

How much weather is being caused by climate change? Maybe 1 part in 1,000. Dr. Roy Spenser February 14th, 2014 The great blizzard of Dec. 1947 dropped over 2 feet of snow on New York City. In another silly pseudo-science rambling, the President’s science advisor, John Holdren, has recently stated, “Weather practically everywhere is being …

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Feb
17

Have Global Temperatures Fallen 1.5 °C Since 1990?

The following is a combination of published data from various links. No Tricks Zone (April 2013) Something is not right with the figures coming from the world’s leading climate experts. The figures tell us the mean global surface temperature has dropped 1°C over the last 25 years. At that rate, we’ll be in an ice age by …

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Feb
13

Turn 180 To Attend Oireachtas Hearing On Renewable Energy

Turn 180 have been invited to attend a Joint Committee on Environment, Culture and the Gaeltacht hearing -the topic: ‘The generation and use of electricity in Ireland and the potential export of surplus electricity to the United Kingdom’ at its meeting on 18 February 2014.  The meeting will take place at 2.15 p.m. in Committee …

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