Tuesday, 24 November 2009

A Broadcaster Who Isn't Afraid to Discuss Climate Change Fraud

Unlike the BBC, the broadcaster RT has addressed some of the questions.

Thanks to Aangirfan


banned said...

From little acorns... hopefully.

wattsupwiththat.com reports George Monbiat calling for Phil Jones to resig.

subrosa said...

Gordon Brown will ensure he's protected though banned. Maybe he'll be moved sideways to a quiet wee Met Office, just to keep the heat off him.

Clarinda said...

Ah - the great scientific problem of 'woolly logic' in that due to the fact we are human (most of us) scientific laws and theories are man-made and thereby rests the intrinsic flaw or cash-cow if you like.

I'm just hacked off that I'm about to be taxed on the natural vicissitudes of the weather gussied up as my fault.

Mark Wadsworth said...

To be fair, Newsnight & The Daily Politics both gave it ten or so minutes yesterday, see my blog.

subrosa said...

Couldn't agree more Clarinda.

subrosa said...

Both ten minutes of doing their very best to squash any thoughts that the data was incorrect Mark. Did you see how Paxo started?

subrosa said...

I should have put in the post that Peter Lilley was a physicist in another life so he does know what he's talking about.

Apogee said...

Interesting item on Russia Today.
My own opinion is that RT reports the news as it is, while the BBC interprets the news with a left wing view,and has been well known to ignore news items inconvenient to the government and the BBC view, very obvious in the case of AGW.


subrosa said...

I rather like RT too Apogee and watch it regularly.

The BBC's coverage was so biased it was nearly laughable.

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