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145. We Got AGW Science Wrong, Says Top Scientist | Polliter.com
In his book “The cold sun. Why the climate crisis does not take place” Fritz Vahrenholt, CEO of the company, RWE Innogy, explains the theory that global warming will be much lower than previously thought. By the end of the century there will be only an increase of one degree Celsius. The influence of the Sun on the Earth’s climate has been significantly underestimated so far.
URL: http://polliter.com/2013/03/19/we-got-agw-science-wrong-says-top-scientist/ - 81KB - 20 Jan 2014
Excerpt: confronted with the fact that the wind and the corresponding current...
146. Yet another significicant paper finds low climate sensitivity to CO2, suggesting there is no global warming crisis at hand
Hot on the heels of the Lewis and Curry paper, we have this new paper, which looks to be well researched, empirically based, and a potential blockbuster for dimming the alarmism that has been so prevalent over climate sensitivity. With a climate sensitivity of just 0.43°C, it takes the air out of the alarmism balloon.
URL: http://wattsupwiththat.com/2014/10/14/yet-another-significicant-paper-finds-low-climate-sensitivity-to-co2-suggesting-there-is-no-global-warming-crisis-at-hand/ - 295KB - 14 Oct 2014
Excerpt: currents borne of the solar wind 7 antarctic sea ice reaches new...
147. Where were UKIP?
The story of yesterday’s local elections is of a big swing to federalist Labour. The Labour party that landed this country in the Nice Treaty, the Amsterdam Treaty and the Lisbon Treaty had a good night in many English and Welsh local Councils. I do not think people voted for them because they want more EU, but the fact remains that a leading federalist party has polled well and gained many Councils.I will try once again to explain my thoughts about UKIP, as several here write in in shrill tones. They claimed that UKIP is about to make a break through. They claim it has all the right policies. They argue that the Conservatives are not worthy of support. They say that someone like me has to join UKIP, as UKIP now share some of the views I have argued for over many years.This morning is a good morning to review progress. Most would agree that yesterday was an ideal day for a newer party to make a break through. Voters had plenty of reasons to be disenchanted with the three main parties. Yet break through came there none. There are today no UKIP Mayors, no UKIP controlled Councils, just as I forecast.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2012/05/04/where-were-ukip/ - 418KB - 11 May 2012
Excerpt: takes at least 10 years to build wind farms can be built much quicker...
148. BRITAIN’S EU MEMBERSHIP: Cameron faces new EU Treaties and a referendum whether he likes...
Interrogation of the latest EU summit reveals a Coalition Europe policy facing total collapse: the Prime Minister’s veto had no effect whatsoever, the City wants to be part of the banking union now, and Britain’s rejection of further integration inevitably means Treaty renegotiation and at least one referendum by 2015. But whether full Union ever materialises remains severely in doubt, with tensions rising to fever pitch between Berlin and Athens, and Italo-Spanish bond yields rising inexorably.The distraction of Diamonds (and the Tories working 24/7 to disguise how the Libor Party is virtually a division of Central Office) has kept media and public attention away from Europe’s continuing slide into chaos for a week or so now. But the biggest thing coming to light is just how comprehensively David Cameron has misjudged the situation there – and shown himself to be comletely devoid of any power or influence.
URL: http://hat4uk.wordpress.com/2012/07/06/britains-eu-membership-cameron-faces-new-eu-treaties-and-a-referendum-whether-he-likes-it-or-not/ - 135KB - 07 Jul 2012
Excerpt: to be comletely devoid of any power or influence there is clearly not...
149. The Euro looks like the ERM
On 16 September 1992 the EU gave up on the narrow band Exchange Rate Mechanism. Italy was forced out of the narrow bands. Spain, Portugal and others were also unable to hold their currencies against a strengthening DM.The Euro is the ERM it’s more difficult to get out of. The ERM still left countries free to set their own interest rates and budgets. They had to juggle their policies to try to keep confidence going in their currencies. The failure to do so was pretty comprehensive, as the market ganged up on currency after currency. The ERM was meant to be a dry run for the single currency. Instead it set it back. When they did go ahead they simply ignored the fact that several leading players in the Euro had been unable to remain stable against the DM in the ERM days.The ERM should have been a warning to the founders of the Euro. If markets could destroy a currency locking device, why did they think markets would leave a single currency untouched? They obviously forgot that the debt markets were still open. Investors and speculators can make their views known through the bond markets, just as they did through the currency markets for the ERM.I find it sad that some of us have had to spend so much time and effort trying to explain why the ERM would not work, and now trying to explain why the Euro cannot work in its current form. It’s bad enough having to do it once. Having to do it twice is worrying. What part of the ERM experience did they not understand?
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2011/11/04/the-euro-looks-like-the-erm/ - 202KB - 10 Mar 2012
Excerpt: conversation to pull the levers of power from the clutches of the political...
150. Thought we were running out of fossil fuels? New technology means Britain and the U.S. could tap...
Until recently, the cost of extracting gas and, in some cases, oil from shale has been prohibitive. But the combination of two innovative technologies has changed all that.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2244822/Thought-running-fossil-fuels-New-technology-means-Britain-U-S-tap-undreamed-reserves-gas-oil.html - 112KB - 09 Dec 2012
Excerpt: of expensive and heavily subsidised wind power at the heart of the energy...
151. Admit it, Dems: Hillary Could Strangle a Puppy on Live TV, and You’d Still Back Her (UPDATED: It's worse than you think)
Democrats don't give a "fart" about legally required government email transparency, as even Democrats now admit.
URL: http://reason.com/blog/2015/07/24/admit-it-dems-hillary-could-strangle-a-p - 344KB - 24 Jul 2015
Excerpt: never dare cross me again samantha power face reply to this log in or...
152. Taxing oil and gas
UK consumers pay dearly for their fuel, mainly thanks to the very high rates of tax on petrol and diesel, and substantial tax on domestic fuels through company tax and VAT as well. In the debate on Scotland’s future the issue of oil and gas tax revenue is more narrowly focused on Petroleum Revenue Tax, a tax on production, and on corporation tax on the producing companies. So what has been happening to this?
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2014/07/20/taxing-oil-and-gas/ - 137KB - 01 Aug 2014
Excerpt: and litter the place with useless wind farms so i won 8217 t hold my...
153. Alex 'Butcher' Salmond has destroyed Scotland – Telegraph Blogs
Today is the Scottish National Party conference in Perth. At some stage, SNP leader Alex Salmond will no doubt be crowing, as he is wont to do, about his success in transforming Scotland into the "Saudi Arabia of renewables". This is inaccurate. What he has actually done is transform Scotland into the Saudi Arabia of tourism, which is to say he has turned a once-beautiful country into a vast, inhospitable desert which no one in their right mind would want to visit.Scotland's landscape was, until recently, one of the great glories of our national heritage. What made it so special was its vastness, its remoteness, its stark, unspoilt magnificence. Though, of course, man has played his part in shaping it – the stone walls and bothies built by crofters, the patchwork colours on the hillside caused by burning sections of heather on the moor in order to provide new shoots for the grouse – but till now his presence has been discreet and has enhanced the country's beauty rather than detracting from it. No more, however. Wind farms have ruined everything.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100185813/alex-butcher-salmond-has-destroyed-scotland/ - 58KB - 20 Oct 2012
Excerpt: detracting from it no more however wind farms have ruined everything this...
154. Bad Al: ‘One Nation’ Means Nothing - Guy Fawkes' blog
Simon Danczuk being mean about Miliband’s flagship One Nation slogan is one thing, now it seems Ed’s special phone-a-friend Alastair Campbell thinks it’s a load of rubbish as well. Bad Al tells the Fabian Society this afternoon:
URL: http://order-order.com/2014/01/13/bad-al-one-nation-means-nothing/ - 207KB - 14 Jan 2014
Excerpt: energy provision profiteering by wind power companies 8211 the list is...
155. It is no wonder Tim Yeo's being branded the Jolly Green Hypocrite | Mail Online
Tim Yeo, pictured, chairs the Commons climate committee but earns £140,000 from green firms, writes ANDREW PIERCE.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2189492/It-wonder-Tim-Yeos-branded-Jolly-Green-Hypocrite.html - 115KB - 17 Aug 2012
Excerpt: firms and wants to carpet britain wind farms except in his own back yard...
156. The government thinks it’s about us, we think it’s about them
Most people want their government to collect sensible amounts of tax and to provide decent services for the money. They wish the government to uphold the law against criminals. They think most our problems are ones coming from too much law, not too little, or from imperfect enforcement of laws we do have against criminal activity.Modern bureaucratic government seems to think most of the problems come from the actions of the people.Health officials want people to be less fat, to eat a better diet, drink less alcohol, take more exercise. They may be right that this would make people healthier, and delay their time with doctors and hospitals to older age. Meanwhile the public wants the NHS to be there for them whatever they do. Some resent the taxes and regulations used to try to change our lifestyles.More resent the work of the green police.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2012/04/10/the-government-thinks-its-about-us-we-think-its-about-them/ - 219KB - 11 May 2012
Excerpt: needed to store wildly fluctuating wind energy so your green machine will...
157. Despotic: Obama threatens border agents if they don’t follow his unconstitutional amnesty plan...
It’s one thing to admit over 22 times that you can’t take an executive action. Or to violate the U.S. Constitution’s Article 1, Section 8, Clause 4 (Congress has the enumerated power to establish rules on naturalization). Or defy a federal court judge’s decree that your executive action is unconstitutional. But it is a completely different thing to actually threaten law enforcement agents if they do not enforce an unconstitutional act.
URL: http://allenbwest.com/2015/02/despotic-obama-threatens-border-agents-if-they-dont-follow-his-unconstitutional-amnesty-plan-video/ - 117KB - 28 Feb 2015
Excerpt: 4 congress has the enumerated power to establish rules on...
158. Gas ‘better than wind’ for low carbon, Policy Exchange claims - Telegraph
Building gas-fired power plants instead of more offshore wind farms could actually lead to greater carbon savings at a lower cost, a leading think-tank has claimed.In a report today, Policy Exchange argued that the government should scrap 4GW of its planned 13GW target for offshore wind generation by 2020.By building cheaper gas generation instead it could save £700-£900m a year in costs that would have been passed onto billpayers, it calculated.These savings could be redeployed by insulating hundreds of thousands more homes and doubling public funding for research and development in key low-carbon technologies, it said.
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/energy/9318072/Gas-better-than-wind-for-low-carbon-Policy-Exchange-claims.html - 77KB - 08 Jun 2012
Excerpt: by sector energy gas better than wind for low carbon policy exchange...
159. Diane Abbott’s real offence is to deny children the best start in life - Telegraph
We have a choice, don’t we? About Diane Abbott. Not in determining whether or not her words “White people love playing 'divide and rule’ ” are racist; they plainly are. But in deciding what we do next.For almost anyone else in public life, the judgment “Your remark can be construed as racist” would be translated instantly into “Thus: you are racist”, at which point the speaker would be ushered rapidly through the door marked “Exit”. But this is what Miss Abbott had to say, during a discussion about Hackney’s Mossbourne Academy, one of the most successful examples of what can be achieved by a school liberated from local education authority control: “We know what parent power means in London. In practice, it means giving power to small groups of white middle-class parents, or if not to capture by one ethnic group as opposed to another, the best organised. Actually, if you want to empower the breadth of the parent body in inner-city areas you have to look to the local education authority.”In other words, when a Hackney school started to deliver first-class education to some of the most deprived students in the country, Miss Abbott spoke against the political reform which made such schools possible, and, weirdly, sought to identify particular races with particular behaviours.
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/labour/8998384/Diane-Abbotts-real-offence-is-to-deny-children-the-best-start-in-life.html - 91KB - 07 Jan 2012
Excerpt: as labour mp we know what parent power meansa diane abbott labour mp for...
160. The end of the peer show?
Every week when Parliament is in session the executive of the 1922 backbenchers committee meets to decide what to tell the Prime Minister about backbench attitudes and reactions to the government’s business. The full 1922 Committee also meets every Wednesday, where any Conservative MP can attend, and voice any criticism in the privacy of the meeting they wish.I have never before written about these meetings. They are best kept private. Sometimes they are unremarkable. Sometimes they express support for a Minister or a policy. Sometimes we summon a Minister to get a progress report or home in on problems that matter to us. The Chancellor comes for a consultation meeting with us before a budget when he is forming his measures. He comes after budget to report. The Prime Minister comes once a term to tell us how he sees things and to take our questions. Sometimes these meetings send tough messages, wanting change to what the government is doing or how it is behaving.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2012/04/22/the-end-of-the-peer-show/ - 156KB - 11 May 2012
Excerpt: so merry way would also take the wind out of labour 8217 s sails as the...

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