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These items caught my eye – 11 June 2013

1: It’s the volcanoes wot done it; 2: Of pigs and men; 3: Data say No!; 4: Murray Salby on carbon dioxide and temperature; 5: Go, go Tim Yeo; 6: Peter Lilley MP show why he has integrity; Please remember to read the comments, as the information (and the links) contained in them often put the main article into context..

David Whitehouse: Before And After The Temperature Standstill

Posted on June 11, 2013 by tallbloke

RSS Global Temperature Anomaly

RSS Global Temperature Anomaly

Before And After The Temperature Standstill
Date: 11/06/2013 Dr David Whitehouse

The absence of any significant change in the global annual average temperature over the past 16 years has become one of the most discussed topics in climate science. It has certainly focused the debate about the relative importance of greenhouse gas forcing of the climate versus natural variability.

In all this discussion what happened to global temperature immediately before the standstill is often neglected. Many assume that since the recent warming period commenced – about 1980 – global temperature rose until 1998 and then the surface temperature at least got stuck. Things are however not that simple, and far more interesting.

As Steve Goddard has interestingly pointed out recently using RSS data going back to 1990 the Mt Pinatubo eruption in 1991 had a very important effect on global temperatures.

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Parliamentary pigs and taxpayer troughs

Posted on June 11, 2013 by ktwop

from bellscorners.wordpress.com

© bellscorners.wordpress.com

Apparently pigs and humans share many genetic characteristics:

Researchers, who undertook the largest ever study of the pig genome, found that swine are adaptable, easy to seduce with food and susceptible to domestication – much like humans.

Insights into the genetic code of pigs reveal the swine and its cousin the wild boar have much in common with humans.

This affinity between human and pig behaviour is demonstrated daily – and especially – by parliamentarians the world over.

They don’t just feed – they gorge themselves.

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global warming theory collapsed under weight of data …

Posted on June 11, 2013 by pindanpost


The theory of AGW has collapsed. The models all failed, despite expensive new fancy super computers. The data tells the full story, CO2 is not the bogeyman, but the harbinger of life.

This below from C3 Headlines:

The Continuing Collapse of Both The Anti-Science CO2/AGW Theory & The ‘Unequivocal’ Global Warming Trend

The anti-CO2 alarmists and fortunetellers of global warming catastrophes have created a multi-billion marketing niche for themselves via pure anti-science hucksterism – despite their self-serving prognostications, the latest empirical evidence clearly indicates that a high growth of atmospheric CO2 levels has not generated the “unequivocal” and civilization-ending global warming as predicted…instead, global cooling prevails

On June 5, the HadCRUT4 temperature dataset was updated through the end of April 2013.

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Murray Salby on carbon dioxide and temperature

Posted on June 11, 2013 by ktwop

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Click here to read the NoTricksZone article

The Green Sting – Now Tim Yeo Is Gone

Posted on June 10, 2013 by Tory Aardvark

Go, go Tim Yeo

Go, go Tim Yeo – Click image to read the article



Posted on June 3, 2012 by http://repealtheact.org.uk

“Why does the right have a problem with climate change?” That was the essential question asked at an event on Tuesday evening held by thinktank Policy Exchange. The answer is a lack of convincing evidence!

Peter Lilley MP explains why Climate Change Act is all costs with no benefits.

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