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Néocon, moi? Tu es vraiment tordant, mon vieux. Ne change rien surtout.

Je sens que tu vas bientôt nous expliquer que tu n'as jamais soutenu la guerre en Irak. C'est un peu léger de cautionner l'assassinat étatique et l'assaut contre les libertés individuelles puis, face aux conséquences, de changer son fusil - américain - d'épaule. Les staliniens ont au moins eu la décence de ne pas se renier un an seulement après la mort de leur héros. Les communistes seraient-ils des hommes plus dignes que les nécons ?

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La série "The Deniers" publié par The National Post s'étoffe :

  1. Statistics needed -- The Deniers Part I
  2. Warming is real -- and has benefits -- The Deniers Part II
  3. The hurricane expert who stood up to UN junk science -- The Deniers Part III
  4. Polar scientists on thin ice -- The Deniers Part IV
  5. The original denier: into the cold -- The Deniers Part V
  6. The sun moves climate change -- The Deniers Part VI
  7. Will the sun cool us? -- The Deniers Part VII
  8. The limits of predictability -- The Deniers Part VIII
  9. Look to Mars for the truth on global warming -- The Deniers Part IX
  10. Limited role for C02 -- the Deniers Part X
  11. End the chill -- The Deniers Part XI
  12. Clouded research -- The Deniers Part XII
  13. Allegre's second thoughts -- The Deniers XIII
  14. The heat's in the sun -- The Deniers XIV
  15. Unsettled Science -- The Deniers XV
  16. Bitten by the IPCC -- The Deniers XVI
  17. Little ice age is still within us -- The Deniers XVII
  18. Fighting climate 'fluff' -- The Deniers XVIII
  19. Science, not politics -- The Deniers XIX
  20. Gore's guru disagreed -- The Deniers XX
  21. The ice-core man -- The Deniers XXI
  22. Some restraint in Rome -- The Deniers XXII
  23. Discounting logic -- The Deniers XXIII
  24. Dire forecasts aren't new -- The Deniers XXIV
  25. They call this a consensus? - Part XXV
  26. NASA chief Michael Griffin silenced -- Part XXVI
  27. Forget warming - beware the new ice age -- Part XXVII

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Borloo invite Al Gore au Grenelle de l'Environnement

Le ministre de l'Ecologie a rencontré l'ex-vice président américain vendredi à Cannes, pour une conférence sur le réchauffement climatique.

Il en a profité pour l'inviter à participer aux états-généraux de l'écologie, prévus en octobre à Paris.

Qu'est ce que vous en pensez ?

Depuis la gaffe de Borloo, ils doivent se tenir à carreaux aussi.

et de deux ?

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De nombreux exemples de contre-vérités proférées par Gore, bien sourcées. Les preuves contre lui viennent de Nature, The New Scientist et même de l'IPCC. :icon_up:

Alarmist global warming claims melt under scientific scrutiny

June 30, 2007

BY JAMES M. TAYLOR

In his new book, The Assault on Reason, Al Gore pleads, "We must stop tolerating the rejection and distortion of science. We must insist on an end to the cynical use of pseudo-studies known to be false for the purpose of intentionally clouding the public's ability to discern the truth." Gore repeatedly asks that science and reason displace cynical political posturing as the central focus of public discourse.

If Gore really means what he writes, he has an opportunity to make a difference by leading by example on the issue of global warming.

A cooperative and productive discussion of global warming must be open and honest regarding the science. Global warming threats ought to be studied and mitigated, and they should not be deliberately exaggerated as a means of building support for a desired political position.

Many of the assertions Gore makes in his movie, ''An Inconvenient Truth,'' have been refuted by science, both before and after he made them. Gore can show sincerity in his plea for scientific honesty by publicly acknowledging where science has rebutted his claims.

For example, Gore claims that Himalayan glaciers are shrinking and global warming is to blame. Yet the September 2006 issue of the American Meteorological Society's Journal of Climate reported, "Glaciers are growing in the Himalayan Mountains, confounding global warming alarmists who recently claimed the glaciers were shrinking and that global warming was to blame."

Gore claims the snowcap atop Africa's Mt. Kilimanjaro is shrinking and that global warming is to blame. Yet according to the November 23, 2003, issue of Nature magazine, "Although it's tempting to blame the ice loss on global warming, researchers think that deforestation of the mountain's foothills is the more likely culprit. Without the forests' humidity, previously moisture-laden winds blew dry. No longer replenished with water, the ice is evaporating in the strong equatorial sunshine."

Gore claims global warming is causing more tornadoes. Yet the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change stated in February that there has been no scientific link established between global warming and tornadoes.

Gore claims global warming is causing more frequent and severe hurricanes. However, hurricane expert Chris Landsea published a study on May 1 documenting that hurricane activity is no higher now than in decades past. Hurricane expert William Gray reported just a few days earlier, on April 27, that the number of major hurricanes making landfall on the U.S. Atlantic coast has declined in the past 40 years. Hurricane scientists reported in the April 18 Geophysical Research Letters that global warming enhances wind shear, which will prevent a significant increase in future hurricane activity.

Gore claims global warming is causing an expansion of African deserts. However, the Sept. 16, 2002, issue of New Scientist reports, "Africa's deserts are in 'spectacular' retreat . . . making farming viable again in what were some of the most arid parts of Africa."

Gore argues Greenland is in rapid meltdown, and that this threatens to raise sea levels by 20 feet. But according to a 2005 study in the Journal of Glaciology, "the Greenland ice sheet is thinning at the margins and growing inland, with a small overall mass gain." In late 2006, researchers at the Danish Meteorological Institute reported that the past two decades were the coldest for Greenland since the 1910s.

Gore claims the Antarctic ice sheet is melting because of global warming. Yet the Jan. 14, 2002, issue of Nature magazine reported Antarctica as a whole has been dramatically cooling for decades. More recently, scientists reported in the September 2006 issue of the British journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Series A: Mathematical, Physical, and Engineering Sciences, that satellite measurements of the Antarctic ice sheet showed significant growth between 1992 and 2003. And the U.N. Climate Change panel reported in February 2007 that Antarctica is unlikely to lose any ice mass during the remainder of the century.

Each of these cases provides an opportunity for Gore to lead by example in his call for an end to the distortion of science. Will he rise to the occasion? Only time will tell.

James M. Taylor is senior fellow for environment policy at the Heartland Institute.

http://www.suntimes.com/news/otherviews/45…-REF30b.article

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Pour ceux qui lisent climat-sceptique.com, l'un des sites sceptiques de référence, on n'a plus de nouvelles du tout, sans explication, de Charles Muller depuis fin mars. Quelqu'un a des infos ? C'est la faute à la CIA ?

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Dans la série "de quoi je me mèle" la dernière du gouvernement :

http://www.news.fr/actualite/societe/0,380…39370936,00.htm

à quand les recommandations qui m'indiqueront à quelle température je dois prendre ma douche ? Le passage que j'adore est

Cette mesure se veut surtout incitative, car aucune sanction n'est prévue en cas de non-application et elle n'implique aucune obligation de la part des fabricants de climatiseurs.

Cet hiver quand j'entendais parler de la "carte carbone", alors que Mr Hulot faisait son buz présidentiel, je me disais qu'ils étaient fous à lier. Finalement j'étais loin du compte. J'ai peur que bientôt on n'ait plus le droit de réchauffer le gigot du dimanche (par ce que le gigot froid c'est bon aussi et puis le froid c'est bon pour la planète hein)… Il pourrait commencer par donner l'exemple et faire des économies de papier gigantesques au Journal Officiel :icon_up:

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Fear of a global 'coldening'

By Tim Blair

July 14, 2007 12:00am

LAST month Australians endured our coldest June since 1950. Imagine that; all those trillions of tonnes of evil carbon we've horked up into the atmosphere over six decades of rampant industrialisation, and we're still getting the same icy weather we got during the Cold War.

Not that June should be presented as evidence that global warming isn't happening, or that we're causing it. Relying on such a tiny sample would be unscientific and wrong, even if it involves an entire freakin' continent's weather patterns throughout the course of a whole month, for Christ's sake.

No such foolishness will be indulged in here.

Sadly, those who believe in global warming - and who would compel us also to believe - aren't similarly constrained. A few hot days are all they ever need to get the global warming bandwagon rolling; evidently it's solar powered. Here, for example, is an Australian Associated Press report on May's weather, which in places was a little warmer than usual:

"Climate change gave much of Australia's drought-stricken east coast its warmest May on record, weather experts say.

"Global warming and an absence of significant cold changes had driven temperatures well above the monthly average, said meteorologist Matt Pearce.

According to Mr Pearce, May's temperatures were "yet another sign of the widespread climate change that we are seeing unfold across the globe."

If that's the case, shouldn't June's cold weather - coldest since 1950, remember - be a sign that widespread climate change isn't unfolding across the globe? We're using the same data here; one month's weather. And, in fact, the June sample is Australia-wide while May only highlights the east coast. Fear the dawn of a great "coldening"!

While Australia freezes, it's kinda hot in California. Again, local toastiness is evidence of global warming; one San Francisco Chronicle writer this week referred glibly to their "global-warming-heated summer".

What phenomenon was responsible for previous summers? Maybe they got by on the superheated fumes radiating off Lateline host Tony Jones.

Snow cone Tone hosted an in-studio discussion Thursday night after the ABC presented The Great Global Warming Swindle, and he was hotter than a Christina Aguilera video. "Welcome to our debate on this deeply flawed and utterly mistaken documentary, which is wrong in every regard and was made by a zombie," Jones said in introduction (I'm only lightly paraphrasing).

During an interview with filmmaker Martin Durkin Tone was visibly sweating; no easy achievement during a typical summer in the UK, to where he'd flown for his heated little chat. Perhaps Tone was anticipating the phantom British summer forecast by The Independent's environment editor, Michael McCarthy, in April:

"The possibility is growing that Britain in 2007 may experience a summer of unheard-of high temperatures, with the thermometer even reaching 40C, or 104F, a level never recorded in history.

"This would be quite outside all historical experience, but entirely consistent with predictions of climate change."

As Wimbledon watchers would be aware, what with the rainiest tournament since Jimmy Connors defeated John McEnroe in 1982, those unheard-of high temperatures remain unheard-of. Someone might conclude, therefore, that the not-hot summer is not entirely consistent with predictions of climate change.

But climate change is like Michael Moore's tracksuit - it can fit anyone. In 2005, Greenpeace rep Steven Guilbeault helpfully explained: "Global warming can mean colder, it can mean drier, it can mean wetter, that's what we're dealing with."

What we're dealing with, apparently, is weather.

What will the weather be like 100 years from now? Don't ask Britain's Guardian, which, like the Independent, is full of Warmin' Normans whose warm warnings never come true. "It could be time to say goodbye to defining features of British life," the paper claimed a few months ago, "like rainy picnics and cloudy sunbathing . . ."

Other defining features of British life - screaming, inaccurate nonsense from the Guardian, for example - will never be farewelled. Cue wet Wimbledon, the coldest day for Test match cricket (7.4C) in English history, and this BBC online headline: "Where has the UK's summer gone?"

Maybe it migrated to Australia, like Augustus Owsley Stanley III, the American LSD enthusiast and manufacturer.

Possibly influenced by his product, Owsley moved to outback Queensland about twenty years ago, reportedly convinced that imminent global warming would cause - in the tradition of warm meaning cold - the whole Northern Hemisphere to be covered with ice.

Owsley, now 72, is still in Queensland, and likely not a little confused. Things didn't exactly turn out as predicted. While his former Californian haunts melt due to "global warming", this year Queensland has gone frosty. Townsville's June was its coldest since 1940; June 24 saw the coldest Brisbane morning on record.

Think of these little factoids the next time your read a report linking a hot day or month or year to global warming. And, if you run into this Owsley bloke, please ask him to quit adding things to environmentalists' water supplies.

http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/stor…5001031,00.html

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Je confirme, il a fait super froid (on s'entend, 15deg en journée…) en juin avec de la pluie comme jamais de mémoire d'australien.

Il va falloir trouver des solutions pour rejeter plus de co2, je ne vois que ça.

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Ils auraient dû - cyniques - l'appeler AR4x4.

Au lieu de commenter des rapports négationnistes sur le dérèglement climatique ,vous feriez mieux de commenter les manifs d'hier,des "sinistrés pieds dans l'eau" dans l'Angleterre libérale à Oxford et Gloucester .

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Je hais ces mensonges anglo-libéraux qui nous ont tant mouillés.

C'est pas moi spécialement qui l'affirme ,c'est juste ce que disaient les banderoles hier à Oxford (rapporté par France Infos,une chaine d'information dont le taux d'audience a encore augmenté au cours du 1er semestre 2007)

il faut savoir écouter le peuple de temps en temps.

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C'est pas moi spécialement qui l'affirme ,c'est juste ce que disaient les banderoles hier à Oxford (rapporté par France Infos,une chaine d'information dont le taux d'audience a encore augmenté au cours du 1er semestre 2007)

il faut savoir écouter le peuple de temps en temps.

Ah bah si c'est des banderoles qui le disent… :icon_up:

Et pour FI :doigt::warez: :warez: :ninja::blink:

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ça vous gène de citer des gens un peu plus connu médiatiquement comme Nicolas Hulot au lieu d'aller chercher des zombies.

Pour d'autres écocondriaques liberticides et totalitaires :

David Irving is under arrest in Austria for Holocaust denial’, she wrote. ‘Perhaps there is a case for making climate change denial an offence. It is a crime against humanity, after all.

http://www.spiked-online.com/index.php?/site/article/1782/

A U.S. based environmental magazine that both former Vice President Al Gore and PBS newsman Bill Moyers, for his October 11th global warming edition of “Moyers on America” titled “Is God Green?” have deemed respectable enough to grant one-on-one interviews to promote their projects, is now advocating Nuremberg-style war crimes trials for skeptics of human caused catastrophic global warming. Grist Magazine’s staff writer David Roberts called for the Nuremberg-style trials for the “bastards” who were members of what he termed the global warming “denial industry.”

http://newsbusters.org/node/8249

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