Category Archives: Climategate 2
During the recent storms that hit Scotland a £2 million 328 foot tall wind turbine exploded and rained shrapnel and fire on the surrounding area, all caused by a 50mph wind.
As usual the so called “Renewable Energy” experts are calling it a freak accident with only a 1% chance of the accident happening.
There are 2 serious problems that afflict wind turbines, blade failure and gearbox failure, the latter failure usually results in the wind turbine catching fire; it is a problem that the renewables industry has long been aware of: Read the rest of this entry
The agreement to keep going to further COP’s, sometimes spun as an update to the Kyoto Protocol has crashed and burned after just 24 hours with Canada formally withdrawing from Kyoto.
Canadian Environment Minister Peter Kent said Canada was using its legal right to withdraw from the treaty and that Kyoto was not the way forward for Canada or the world.
The previous Liberal government had signed Canada up to Kyoto and it was impossible to meet the 2012 Climate Religion targets for CO2 emissions: Read the rest of this entry
The final episode of the BBC’s Frozen Planet documentary has caused controversy on both sides of Anthropogenic Global Warming argument, so this blog from IowaHawk written in the style of a wildlife documentary hits the nail on the head:
Our very planet depends on them. Yet they remain nature’s most elusive scientific species, inhabiting some of the world’s most delicate and daunting academic environments. But thanks to new breakthroughs in high speed cameras and email files, metascientists are finally beginning to understand their mysterious behaviors and complex social interactions. Tonight on Iowahawk Geographic: step inside the Secret Life of the Climate Researchers.
The fact is that we can’t account for the lack of warming at the moment and it is a travesty that we can’t and Hide the Decline are probably the 2 most famous quotes from the original Climategate back in November 2009, when just prior to COP15 in Copenhagen a large number of emails hacked from a server at the Climate Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia (UEA) were put on a server in Russia.
It is a well know fact that history repeats itself, though not normally in such a short time frame as 2 years, so here we go again with the usual junk scientists and data fudgers Michael Mann, Phil Jones, Ben Santer, Tom Wigley, Kevin Trenberth and Keith Briffa all coming back for a second go at “Mikes Nature Trick” and lots more: Read the rest of this entry