February 2010 Archives

By Chelsea Schilling, WorldNetDaily

Blogosphere on fire: 'Is this satire? I really want to know!'

USAWeekendBeck.jpg"Is this satire? I really want to know!"

That's just one of many questions bloggers and Glenn Beck fans are asking about a Feb. 21 interview story in a leading national Sunday-newspaper magazine that claims the newest superstar among conservatives "believes in global warming."

"You'd be an idiot not to notice the temperature change," Beck said, according to USA Weekend.

Writer Dennis McCafferty reported Beck also thinks global warming could be caused partly by man's activity. At home, he's going green by using energy-saving products, according to the report.

On his top-rated nationally syndicated morning radio show and Fox News Channel television program Beck has been a frequent critic of scientists and advocates such as Al Gore who contend man is causing catastrophic changes in the Earth's climate. Many Beck supporters say his record of opposition to global warming alarmism should speak for itself.

In response to some suggestions that a layer of pollution be released into the atmosphere to cool the earth and counteract global warming, Beck said in a 2007 segment on his show, "Welcome to Crazy Town, USA."

"I believe something is happening. I'm not sticking my head in the sand here. Global warming probably is having ... global climate change is real. It probably is natural," Beck said. He railed against Al Gore's proposed solutions to offset the purported effects global warming.

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Paul Joseph Watson, PrisonPlanet.com

Massive $45 trillion transfer of wealth to fund creation of "global governance structure"

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Leaked policy documents reveal that the United Nations plans to create a "green world order" by 2012 which will be enforced by a structure of global governance and funded by a gargantuan $45 trillion transfer of wealth from richer countries, as the globalists' insidious plan to centralize power, crush sovereignty while devastating the economy is exposed once again.

As we warned at the time, the failure of Copenhagen in December did not spell the end of the global warming heist, but merely a roadblock in the UN's agenda to create a world government funded by taxes paid by you on the very substance you exhale - carbon dioxide.

Using the justification of the vehemently debunked hoax that carbon dioxide is a deadly threat to the planet, the UN is already working to resurrect the failed Copenhagen agreement, with a series of new Copenhagen process negotiations set to take place in April, May and June.

Leaked planning documents (PDF) obtained by Fox News lift the lid on the UN's plan to impose global governance by the time of their 2012 World Summit on Sustainable Development in Rio, which will mark the 20th anniversary since the notorious "Earth Summit" held in the same city.

Reid Bullish on Climate Bill

By Kate Sheppard, Mother Jones

Does John Kerry have good reason to be so optimistic about a climate bill? The Washington Post reports that he's getting strong signals that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid wants a bill ASAP, indicating that senators might be closer to a deal on climate and energy than many people around Washington have assumed.

Kerry indicated to reporters Tuesday that an energy package is still atop Reid's agenda for the year. And in a statement to the Post, Kerry said that Reid is "deadly serious about making progress this year on climate and energy reform." Reid met with Kerry on Tuesday after a he huddled with Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) to discuss the anticipated measure.

"Senator Reid made it clear to me the other day that he wants a bill and he wants it soon," Kerry said. "I can't give you an exact timeline, but we are working very very diligently with our colleagues and all of the stakeholders to think this through carefully and get this done right, and get it done in a way that can pass the Senate."

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UKIP would ban Al Gore film in schools

By Louise Gray, Environment, Telegraph, UK

Al Gore's global warming film would be banned in schools under plans by the UK Independence Party (UKIP) to court the climate skeptic vote.

The party, that has traditionally campaigned on the anti-European Union vote, launched a manifesto for the environment.

Following a number of scandals around the science of climate change, UKIP are promising to launch a Royal Commission led by a High Court judge to investigate whether global warming is man-made.

Pending the results of the commission, the party, that has no MPs at the moment, have promised to build new fossil-fuelled power stations to meet energy demands and scrap subsidies for wind farms. Global warming 'propaganda' like the Al Gore film Inconvenient Truth will be banned in schools and public authorities will not be allowed to spend money on climate change initiatives.

A recent poll found the just one in five people believe climate change is man-made, compared to one in three a year ago.

The survey of 1,000 people found people over 65 were more likely to be skeptical.

Rest of the article.

By Ed Barnesn, FOXNews.com

In the wake of its swift and devastating fall from grace, the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC) says it will announce "within the next few days" plans to make significant changes in how it does business.

Just one year ago a pronouncement from the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC) was all that was needed to move nations and change environmental policies around the world. But today, the panel's creditability and even its very existence are in question.

In the wake of its swift and devastating fall from grace, the panel says it will announce "within the next few days" that it plans to make significant though as yet unexplained changes in how it does business.

Brenda Abrar-Milani, an external relations officer at the IPCC's office in Geneva, Switzerland, said changes have been slow in coming because "we have to inform the governments (all 194 member States) of any planned steps, and they are the ones who eventually take decisions on any revision of procedures."

"We put everything on the table and looked at it," she said, explaining that the panel's reforms would be extensive. She refused to detail any of the changes, but she did confirm that are in response to recent scandals involving the panel.

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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Nearly 100 students, local leaders and residents gathered for a rally surrounding the "Climategate Controversy" on Penn State's University Park Campus Friday.

Two different groups rallied outside the Hetzel Union Building at noon; one group calling for an external investigation into Dr. Michael Mann's leaked emails, the other supporting the professor.

The rally came on the heels of released results from an internal peer investigation earlier this week.

The committee decided that there is no substantial information to pursue an investigation into three of the four misconduct allegations against Dr. Mann.

Leading the local Young Americans for Freedom group requesting an external investigation, Samuel Settle told WJAC-TV Friday that he doubts the committee of peers could be unbiased.

"For the sake of the university, for the sake of his reputation, for the sake of our reputations as students and community members, we need to come out and make it clear to the university that this is not what we consider acceptable," said Settle. "We ask; we demand an external investigation of this."

Steve Watson, PrisonPlanet.com

Inhofe demands Al Gore be called back to the Senate to testify

230210Inhofe.jpgOklahoma Senator James Inhofe has called for a full investigation into the climategate affair, calling the actions of the scientists involved "criminal" and part of "the greatest scientific scandal of our generation".

Inhofe has asked the Department of Justice to determine if climatologists, including Dr. Michael Mann of Pennsylvania State University and Dr. James Hansen of Columbia University and NASA, engaged in illegal activity to deliberately falsify data and mislead the public on the facts of global warming.

The Republican Senator also called for former Vice President Al Gore to be called back before the Senate to testify on the matter.

Is Glenn Beck a Greeny Weeny?

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I like pointing out when supposed Conservative Republicans believe in Global Warming. I thought Glenn Beck was a Global Warming skeptic, but in his interview with USA Today he sounds more like a Greeny Weeny.

"You'd be an idiot not to notice the temperature change," he says. He also says there's a legit case that global warming has, at least in part, been caused by mankind. He has tried to do his part by buying a home with a "green" design and using energy-saving products. "I'm willing to do anything but use the CFLs," he says of compact fluorescent light bulbs. "I put them in once and couldn't stand the way they lit up the room."

by Elmer Beauregard

John Coleman, founder of the Weather Channel and KUSI meteorologist, has just released another documentary called "Global Warming - Meltdown"  It follows his first huge success "Global Warming - The Other Side".

His newest documentary builds on the first one and updates us on the fallout from his first one, and how the Global Warming industry is melting down.

By the way Minnesotans for Global Warming is featured in segments 6 and 9.

Part one:

Click the link below to view the rest of the special.

We're A Hit In Vermont!

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by Elmer Beauregard

Paul Beaudry is a host of 2 radio shows that expose global warming as a hoax, the Comment Show and True North radiowhich air in Vermont and surrounding areas. Lately he's been playing a lot of our music and it seems to be pretty well received. Like Minnesota, Vermont is having a record breaking winter and some people are thinking of starting a sister organization "Vermontians For Global Warming"

Paul had me on as a guest a couple of weeks ago here is that interview.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Rep. Tom Emmer's House office issued the following Press Release:

Rep. Tom Emmer has introduced legislation to remove Minnesota from the cap and trade scheme the state entered into with passage of the 2007 Next Generation Energy bill. In order to comply with the new law, Minnesota joined the Midwest Renewable Energy Tracking System (M-RETS) which uses data from states and provinces in the Midwest to create a Renewable Energy Credit (REC) in the form of a tradable digital certificate for each MWh of energy produced.

"With the economy slowly recovering and the state facing another budget shortfall, the last thing we need is an artificial tracking system that will be used to raise our energy rates," said Emmer. "We need to get Minnesota out of this cap and trade system before the federal government starts penalizing businesses and homeowners for using more energy."

The cap and trade system was put in place as part of the Next Generation Energy Act that also forces utilities in Minnesota to produce 25% of their energy from renewable sources by the year 2025.

Read the full press release at Tom's House website.

Tom Emmer is also front-runner for the GOP endorsement for governor,
Unfortunately Emmer's amendment failed 88-44 Today.

By Gene J. Koprowski, FOXNews.com

Global warming skeptics are agog that President Obama is seeking to dramatically increase federal funding for global warming research in the wake of the Climate-gate scandals that have emerged during the last three months.

The federal budget for 2011 proposes $2.6 billion for the Global Change Research Program, a 21 percent boost over 2010. It will bring funding to a level higher than under any administration dating back to 1989 -- when global warming first attracted federal budget funds.

In fact, critics note, overall climate funding is approximately as large as the entire federal government's budget was in 1932 -- $3.994 billion. (Additional money for climate science is apportioned to a number of federal agencies, like the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation.)

By Jonathan Petre. DailyMailOnline


  • Data for vital 'hockey stick graph' has gone missing

  • There has been no global warming since 1995

  • Warming periods have happened before - but NOT due to man-made changes

The academic at the centre of the 'Climategate' affair, whose raw data is crucial to the theory of climate change, has admitted that he has trouble 'keeping track' of the information.

Colleagues say that the reason Professor Phil Jones has refused Freedom of Information requests is that he may have actually lost the relevant papers.

Professor Jones told the BBC yesterday there was truth in the observations of colleagues that he lacked organisational skills, that his office was swamped with piles of paper and that his record keeping is 'not as good as it should be'.

The data is crucial to the famous 'hockey stick graph' used by climate change advocates to support the theory.

Professor Jones also conceded the possibility that the world was warmer in medieval times than now - suggesting global warming may not be a man-made phenomenon.

And he said that for the past 15 years there has been no 'statistically significant' warming.

Read the rest of the article here.

Doing some digging here and found this clip of Marty Seifert saying he was going to vote for the Renewable Energy Act of 2007.

Frozen Wasteland

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I saw "The Who" perform Baba O'Reily (AKA Teenage Wasteland) for the halftime show at the Superbowl and was inspired to do this parody in honor of the horrible winter we're having. It's called "Frozen Wasteland" and in it I try to recreate the synthesizer part on the banjo. The Viking hat is in honor of the Vikings' great season!

Now available for download!

This add debut's environmentalism "green nazis" in practice during Audi's superbowl as joke, but perhaps they are making fun of the "Green Jobs" Obama promised? Surprisingly these subversively witty adds, are poking fun at real laws that most entertainment obsessed folks aren't aware of. Some have already referred to this as 'war on the American citizen'. This effects, the world, the Nation and of Course Minnesota. Ironically MUCH of what they are doing is featured in Minnesota'ss "NEXT GENERATION ENERGY ACT - 2007" see PAWLENTY SIGNS NEXT GENERATION ENERGY ACT -- May 25, 2007

These include arrests for styrofoam cups, incandescent bulb usage, plastic bags/bottles, emissions, eco check points, battery disposal, trash inspection, heating your tub too high! , etc.


See the actual green police #1 video's below
(trouble viewing here's their youtube link)

See the actual green police #2 video's below
(trouble viewing here's their youtube link)


click below for more.

CBS News Starting To Get It Right

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Saw this on CBS News last night and I thought it was a pretty fair report. Of course I may be biased because they used our youTube video. But you have to give credit where credit is due. Everyone should go here and leave a favorable comment.


Watch CBS News Videos Online

By Elmer Beauregard

These devices were brought here to curb "Global Warming" but they don't work because its TOO COLD!!

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Jim Gehrz, Star Tribune

The Startribune has a good article today about the windmills that aren't working because of the cold weather but they put a very positive spin on the whole thing.

The article mentions the wind turbines should start to work in about 2 months, well duh!! It also mentions another solution could be to run electric heaters to warm up the fluid.

Am I the only one who sees the irony here?

First, in 2 months it will be warmer, hopefully.

Second, you would need another electrical source for the electric heaters. Once the windmill starts turning, then hopefully it would generate enough power to run the heaters to warm the fluid so it could turn if it was windy enough so it could produce...

Third, the only reason these billion dollar boondoggles were brought here is because of "Global Warming" which we now know is a fraud, obviously! But that is not going to stop us, we plan to litter the entire state with these monstrosities.

Its called the "Next Generation Energy Act of 2007", which mandates Minnesota utilities to produce at least 12 percent of their electricity from renewable resources by 2012. PLUS, they must produce 1 1/2% LESS electricity every year starting this year. On the second point I'd say they're off to a good start.

I like to call this bill the "Next Generation is Screwed Act of 2007" and it should be repealed now before any more damage is done.

Related Article.

By Andrew Hough, Telegraph.co.uk

The chairman of the United Nations' climate science panel has issued a robust defence of his organisation and refused to apologise for a mistaken claim that the Himalayan glaciers could melt by 2035. 

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Rajendra Pachauri admitted the UN climate change panel had been damaged over its mistakes.Photo: GEORGES GOBET/GETTY

Dr Rajendra Pachauri, the head of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), said the assertion in its 2007 report had "cost us dear" in the fight against global warming and helped boost the efforts of sceptics.

Despite the IPCC previously admitting it had made a mistake in its assessment on climate change, Dr Pachauri refused to personally apologise for the error because he was not responsible for that part of the report.

In an interview published on Wednesday, the IPPC chairman said a personal apology would be a "populist" step as he continued to refuse calls to resign.

"You can't expect me to be personally responsible for every word in a 3,000 page report," he said.


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TopNews.UK

The scientist at the Centre of the Climate Change Row, Professor Phil Jones, of the University of East Anglia faces allegations that he manipulated and suppressed data regarding global temperature changes. He has been pointed the finger at, for obstructing requests for data under the Freedom of Information Act by Douglas Keenan. Professor Jones however defended himself by saying that he covered up only the defected data on temperature rise.

Professor Jones said, "We do need to make more of the data available, I fully accept that. We need to work differently, making more data available and making our assumptions clear".

He also added, "The work we do at the University of East Anglia is only a small part of climate science, there are thousands of climate scientists around the world supporting our results. It makes me quite worried that people are beginning to doubt about the climate warmed up".

Keenan's anxiety is about the lack of information on the location of the weather stations. Charge is that Professor Jones asked a colleague to delete e-mails concerning the 2007 report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change last November.

Professor Jones apologized and said, "Some of the e-mails probably had poorly chosen words and were sent in the heat of the moment. I do regret sending some of them. We've not deleted any e-mails or data here at CRU".

James Delingpole, blogs.telegraph.co.uk

Penn State University has completed its internal investigation into potential wrongdoing by its star professor Michael Mann, creator of the most discredited graph in scientific history - the incredible, completely made-up Hockey Stick.

And guess what? Turns out the guy hasn't done anything wrong at all.

Well, probably. There's one area, the University has decided, which merits closer investigation:

"Decision 4. Given that information emerged in the form of the emails purloined from CRU in November 2009, which have raised questions in the public's mind about Dr. Mann's conduct of his research activity, given that this may be undermining confidence in his findings as a scientist, and given that it may be undermining public trust in science in general and climate science specifically, the inquiry committee believes an investigatory committee of faculty peers from diverse fields should be constituted under RA-10 to further consider this allegation."

And what do you reckon their eventual conclusion is going to be? As robust as SUNY Albany's response to Doug Keenan's allegations of wrongdoing by Professor Wei-Chyung Wang, perhaps? Or as forthright as the Information Commissioner's response to lawbreaking at the Climatic Research Institute?

Rest of the article

Breaking News: Trees Love CO2!

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Forests could be growing faster now than they were 225 years ago as a result of global warming, a study has revealed.

Swiss Forests_monster_397x224.JPGForests could be growing faster now than they were 225 years ago as a result of global warming, a study has revealed.

The study, published on Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, found evidence that trees in the eastern United States were growing at an accelerated rate due to the rising levels of atmospheric CO2, higher temperatures and longer growing seasons.

Scientists in Maryland, VA documented changes to the growth of 55 plots of mixed hardwood forest over 22 years, and concluded the younger trees were growing much quicker than the eldest trees in the study, which were 225-years-old, a Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) blog reported Monday.

A lot of people came out against Global Warming last week, like Leonardo DiCaprio and a group called "This Is Our Moment" came out with a nifty PSA pushing for Cap and Trade, and oddly enough so did Osama Bin Laden?!

The fact that Leonardo, Obama and now Osama want to pass Cap and Trade just maybe shows us what the ultimate goal of the bill is, as Osama put it "to bring the wheels of the American Economy to a halt".

I wonder if Hollywood will include Osama in their next PSA? If they did it could probably look something like this.

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