Is god in his heaven laughing at the IPCC - Congelado! hehe!

[size=200]Is god playing a joke on the IPCC[/size]

[b]Showing them up for the Absurd power crazy mob which they surely are?

After the leaked emails showing the blatant concealment and systemic lies[/b]

Hacked data here for download

Then reaching a climax their summit in Copenhagen was hehe!! you guessed it !
Snowed under!! and now everywhere it’s…

FREEZING - Everyone with a Brain should be told
Earth was much warmer 1000 years ago than it is now

But this information is being kept hidden as the hacked emails have proven
But it looks like god is on the side of the people after burying them in snow

[size=200]Wake up! and stop the global warming tax scam now!![/size]

[size=150]They don’t want to help the planet [/size]
[size=200]All they want is your money!! [/size]

hello, sr.
I would like to know how the climate is in the US now. is it snowing, rainy. well in my city is raining a lot. it is very difficult to drive, walk to the store, Specially in Mexico city, actually I am waering a sweater and a nice coat for the rain. how are you doing in your country?

Time for a nice smooth Irish Accent now from Fintan Dunne

Hi Jamie,

I agree with you. Global warming seems to be taking a long break at least in Germany where it has been unusually cold. In Leipzig the snow has traffic brought to a halt and nobody seems to care. Sooner or later spring will be back so why bother with clearing the roads and streets?[YSaerTTEW443543]

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Does that mean there is ice skating on Rosenthal pond?

Crikey I love it there.!

Yes, quite some ice skating going on here…[YSaerTTEW443543]

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Please listen - This guy Rocks!!

Check his accent!!!.. an English Lord no less!

This is absolutely brilliant! Fact over opinion. It shows that most people are blinded by the media. There will always be a few leaders who make the masses believe one thing or another. The vast majority of all people are always far too preoccupied with their daily ‘problems’ to study the facts. Listen to the Greenpeace lady, she says that she has a family and is far too busy to read the scientific facts about climate change.

By the way, why does the Greenpeace lady say “I’m from Norway actually” when she clearly is German? Another thing I noticed is that Lord Monckton (who seems to be speak RP) says “Why are you wanting to…”, a phrase that is still a “no-no” in most British grammar books. Anyway, it’s an excellent interview!

Oh, thinking about it again, climate change actually does happen as the photos below show. They were taken a few minutes ago in front of our office. As you can see, global cooling is a reality ;-).


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Great pics Torsten…
Would I be right in thinking the bottom one is facing generally between behind the HBH and the start of Eisenbahn Strasse - does that make sense??? hehe!!

95/96 - I remember it being Minus 30 for weeks and weeks the sun would come out at linch time and the temp would go up to - 16 then start falling again.


Column - Avatar, the answer to a Copenhager’s dream
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Andrew Bolt

MOST people will date the death of the great global warming scare not from the Copenhagen fiasco - boring! - but from Avatar.

It won’t be the world’s most expensive warmist conference but the world’s most expensive movie that will stick in most memories as the precise point at which the green faith started to shrivel from sheer stupidity.

Avatar, in fact, is the warmist dream filmed in 3D. Staring through your glasses at James Cameron’s spectacular $400 million creation, you can finally see where this global warming cult was going.

And you can see, too, everything that will now slowly pull it back to earth.

December 2009. Note it down. The beginning of the end, even as Avatar becomes possibly the biggest-grossing film in history.

Cameron, whose last colossal hit was Titanic, has created a virtual new planet called Pandora, on which humans 150 years from now have formed a small settlement.

They are there to mine a mineral so rare that it’s called Unobtainium (groan), of which the greatest deposit sits right under the great sacred tree of the planet’s dominant species, humanoid blue aliens called Na’vi.

If Tim Flannery, Al Gore and all the other Copenhagen delegates could at least agree to design a new kind of people, they’d wind up with something much like these 3m-tall gracelings.

The Na’vi live in trees, at one with nature. They worship Mother Earth and, like Gaians today, talk meaningfully of “a network of energy that flows through all living things”. They drink water that’s pooled in giant leaves, and chant around a tree that whispers of their ancestors.

They are also unusually non-sexist for a forest tribe, with the women just as free as men to hunt and choose their spouse. Naturally, like the most fashionable of Hollywood stars, they are also neo-Buddhist reincarnationists, who believe “all energy is borrowed and some day you have to give it back”.

And, of course, the Na’vi reject all technology that’s more advanced than a bow and arrow, for “the wealth of the world is all around us”.

Sent to talk dollars and sense into these blue New Agers and move them out of the way of the bulldozers is a former Marine, Jake Sully (played by Australian Sam Worthington), who drives the body of a Na’vi avatar to better gain their trust.

(WARNING: Spoiler alert! Don’t read on if you plan to see the movie.)

But meeting such perfect beings, living such low-emission green lives, Sully realises instead how vile his own species is.

Humans, he angrily declares, have already wrecked their own planet through their greed.

“There is no green” on their “dying world” because “they have killed their mother”. Now we land-raping humans plan to wreck Pandora, too, with our “shock-and-awe” bombings, our war on “terror” and our genocidal plans to destroy the Na’vi and steal their lands.

So complete is Cameron’s disgust with humans - and so convinced he is that his audience shares it - that he’s made film history: he’s created the first mass-market movie about a war between aliens and humans in which we’re actually meant to barrack for the aliens.

(WARNING: Second spoiler alert!)

In fact, so vomitous are humans that Sully, the hero, not only chooses to fight on the side of the aliens but to actually become an alien, too. He rejects not just humans but his own humanity.

All of this preaching comes straight from what’s left of Cameron’s heart after five marriages and a professional reputation of on-set meanness.

Avatar, he’s said, tackles “our impact on the natural environment, wherever we go strip mining and putting up shopping malls”, and it warns “we’re going to find out the hard way if we don’t wise up and start seeking a life that’s in balance with the natural cycle on life on earth”.

Mind you, most of this will be just wallpaper to the film’s real audience, which won’t be greenies in Rasta beanies or wearing save-the-whale T-shirts made in Guatemala.

No, scoffing their popcorn as they wait impatiently for the inevitable big-bang shoot-’em-up after a fairground tour of some cool new planet will be the usual bag-laden crowd from the Christmas-choked megaplex - the kind of bug-eyed folk who thrill most to what Cameron claims to condemn, from the hi-tech to the militaristic.

Still, you can hardly blame them if they don’t buy the message that Cameron’s selling, since he doesn’t really buy it himself.

Here’s Cameron condemning consumerism by spending almost half a billion dollars on a mass-market movie for the Christmas season complete with tie-in burger deals from McDonald’s and Avatar toys from Mattel.

Here’s Cameron damning our love of technology by using the most advanced cinematographic technology to create his new green world.

In fact, here’s Cameron urging his audience to scorn material possessions and get close to nature, only to himself retire each night to the splendid comfort of his Malibu mansion.

Not even his own creations live up to the philosophy he has them preach.

For all their talk of the connectedness of nature, the Na’vi still kill animals for food - although not before saying how sorry they are, of course, since we live in an age in which seeming sorry excuses every selfishness.

Likewise, despite all their lectures on not exploiting nature, the Na’vi still come out top dog in the food chain.

Even when they physically become at one with wild pterodactyls, by hooking up to them through some USB in their hair braid, they manage to convince their flying reptiles to act like their private jets.

Isn’t this against the rules? I mean, in this caring and at-one-with-nature world, shouldn’t a plugged-in pterodactyl just once in a while get to direct its human passenger instead - by either telling it to take a flying jump or to at least act like lunch?

In all of this, Avatar captures precisely - and to the point of satire - the creed of the Copenhagen faithful.

Rewind what you’ve seen from those Copenhagen planet-savers in the past two weeks.

There were the apocalyptic warnings of how we were killing the planet. There were the standing ovations the delegates gave last week to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s furious denunciations of capitalism, consumerism and the US military.

There was Bolivian President Evo Morales’ cry for a simpler life: “It’s changing economic policies, ending luxury, consumerism … living better is to exploit human beings.”

There were great crowds of activists such as Australia’s Professor Clive Hamilton, who, like Avatar’s Jake Sully, sermonises on the need to embrace “Gaian earth in its ecological, cybernetic way, infused with some notion of mind or soul or chi”.

And there was the romanticising of the primitive by the demonstrators outside dressed as ferals and wild bears, as they banged tribal drums or chanted “Ommm” to Mother Earth.

Of course the Cameron-style have-it-both-ways hypocrites were there, too, luxuriating in the very lifestyles they condemned.

Take Prince Charles, who flew in his private RAF jet to Copenhagen to deliver a lecture on how our careless use of resources had pushed the planet “to the brink”.

And then had his pilot fly him home to his palace.

But, yes, you are right. How can I say this great green faith is now toppling into the pit of ridicule, when Avatar seems sure to do colossal business? Won’t a whole generation of the slack-jawed just catch this new green faith from the men in the blue costumes?

That’s a risk. But having the green faith made so alien and such fodder for the entertainment of the candybar crowds will rob it of all sanctimony and cool.

Would a Cate Blanchett really be flattered to now be likened to a naked Na’vi, running from a pack of wild dogs in a dark forest?

Would an Al Gore really like to have millions of filmgoers see in 3D where his off-this-planet faith would lead them - up a tree, and without even a paddle?

No, we can now see their green world, and can see, too, it’s time to come home.

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Hi there…

I have a refrigerator which was very very cold in the end of becoming out of order… so who knows what the cold weather means nowadays.
Anyway I wish I’m wrong, and you are right.

Cooling means we’re getting colder and there seems to be a recent trend of getting cooler in the last 10 years or so.

George Orwell predicted what is known as “Double Speak” so big brother(our media) can tell us because its getting cooler means we’re getting warmer.

But don’t believe anyone

just do your own research


So we are going to be afraid of the coming cold. the problem is still there,
the cold is wild too, and he kills a lot of people annually.
We don’t know if the earth going to be hoter in the coming times. but at the same time we can’t deny the destructing effects of mankind on the earth. so however we have to think seriously about that.

Thank you.


Of course man is destroying the Rain forest and causing all kinds of damage to the Earth Jamillon

That is not in dispute here.

What is in dispute is that - Man is causing global warming

Mountains of evidence tell us the Earth was much hotter 1000 years ago and that our climate is affected more by solar activity (Sun spots etc)

IMO the absurd aspect of this “Con trick” is the NWO/ Globalist elite (or whatever you want to call them) masquerade as our savors wants to tax all countries for carbon emissions - yet this money does not go to alleviate the problem - they just take the money and spend it Probably on Tanks and missiles - so the elite war lords make even more money as their power comes from the arms industry.

Man made Global Warming is a Scam … r_embedded

Global Warming Is Really Biting Hard!

At least 50 ships, with over two thousand passengers have
been frozen immobile in the Baltic Sea, as what is described as
an “[color=DarkRed]unusually harsh winter” caught Swedish authorities

Jamie, as we have established, Global Warming is a taking a break which will last a couple of centuries. When it has sufficiently recuperated and relaxed it will return to work with full force. By then, our planet will be covered by a thick blanket of pure white snow…

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Sorry but I get so much satisfaction just piling this on :slight_smile:

[size=200]In Denial
The meltdown of the climate campaign.

March 15, 2010, Vol. 15, No. 25

It is increasingly clear that the leak of the internal emails and documents of the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia in November has done for the climate change debate what the Pentagon Papers did for the Vietnam war debate 40 years ago—changed the narrative decisively. Additional revelations of unethical behavior, errors, and serial exaggeration in climate science are rolling out on an almost daily basis, and there is good reason to expect more.

The U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), hitherto the gold standard in climate science, is under fire for shoddy work and facing calls for a serious shakeup. The U.S. Climate Action Partnership, the self-serving coalition of environmentalists and big business hoping to create a carbon cartel, is falling apart in the wake of the collapse of any prospect of enacting cap and trade in Congress. Meanwhile, the climate campaign’s fallback plan to have the EPA regulate greenhouse gas emissions through the cumbersome Clean Air Act is generating bipartisan opposition. The British media—even the left-leaning, climate alarmists of the Guardian and BBC—are turning on the climate campaign with a vengeance. The somnolent American media, which have done as poor a job reporting about climate change as they did on John Edwards, have largely averted their gaze from the inconvenient meltdown of the climate campaign, but the rock solid edifice in the newsrooms is cracking. Al Gore was conspicuously missing in action before surfacing with a long article in the New York Times on February 28, reiterating his familiar parade of horribles: The sea level will rise! Monster storms! Climate refugees in the hundreds of millions! Political chaos the world over! It was the rhetorical equivalent of stamping his feet and saying “It is too so!” In a sign of how dramatic the reversal of fortune has been for the climate campaign, it is now James Inhofe, the leading climate skeptic in the Senate, who is eager to have Gore testify before Congress

The body blows to the climate campaign did not end with the Climategate emails. The IPCC—which has produced four omnibus assessments of climate science since 1992—has issued several embarrassing retractions from its most recent 2007 report, starting with the claim that Himalayan glaciers were in danger of melting as soon as 2035. That such an outlandish claim would be so readily accepted is a sign of the credulity of the climate campaign and the media: Even if extreme global warming occurred over the next century, the one genuine scientific study available estimated that the huge ice fields of the Himalayas would take more than 300 years to melt—a prediction any beginning chemistry student could confirm with a calculator. (The actual evidence is mixed: Some Himalayan glaciers are currently expanding.) The source for the melt-by-2035 claim turned out to be not a peer-reviewed scientific assessment, but a report from an advocacy group, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), which in turn lifted the figure from a popular magazine article in India whose author later disavowed his offhand speculation.

But what made this first retraction noteworthy was the way in which it underscored the thuggishness of the climate establishment. The IPCC’s chairman, Rajendra Pachauri (an economist and former railroad engineer who is routinely described as a “climate scientist”), initially said that critics of the Himalayan glacier melt prediction were engaging in “voodoo science,” though it later turned out that Pachauri had been informed of the error in early December—in advance of the U.N.’s climate change conference in Copenhagen—but failed to disclose it. He’s invoking the Charlie Rangel defense: It was my staff’s fault.

Gallup has completed another poll of American’s attitude
to global warming hysteria.

The results are ominous for climate change advocates:

And the skeptical rot not has deep roots
right across the political spectrum:

More details: … -Drop.aspx

Also: … -Grow.aspx

Ed Miliband’s adverts banned for overstating climate change
Jonathan Leake, Environment Editor

The adverts’ claims ‘were not supported by science’
TWO government advertisements that use nursery rhymes to warn people of the dangers of climate change have been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for exaggerating the potential harm.

The adverts, commissioned by Ed Miliband, the energy secretary, used the rhymes to suggest that Britain faces an inevitable increase in storms, floods and heat waves unless greenhouse gas emissions are brought under control.

The ASA has ruled that the claims made in the newspaper adverts were not supported by solid science and has told the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) that they should not be published again.

It has also referred a television commercial to the broadcast regulator, Ofcom, for potentially breaching a prohibition on political advertising. … 061162.ece