At the recent Heartland Institute on Climate Conference in Washington, I was privileged to make a presentation as part of a panel. It was interesting, because behind the open discussion about global warming and...
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Three scientists from the beginning of the 20th century had a profound impact on our view and understanding of the world and climate, yet are virtually unknown. All three saw their ideas challenged in the appropriate scientific way, but have withstood attempts to disprove them. Despite this, the public is generally unaware of their work and its implications.
In his book True Enough: Learning to live in a Post-Fact Society, Farhad Manjoo claims: “Facts no longer matter. We simply decide how we want to see the world and then go out and find experts and evidence to back our beliefs.” I am not sure this is a modern phenomenon.
A small group of scientists – mostly associated with the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia – have consciously withheld data and methods to place global progress, development, economies and peoples lives in jeopardy. Lord Monckton calls it a global fraud. It is that, but much more – and raises the question of accountability.
Two consecutive lawsuits filed against me have precluded my working on articles for the website. Read on for details about the case and my legal defence fund.