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Romania Villages Buried in 13-16 Feet of Snow – 2012
Professor Henrik Svensmark svarer på kritik – tril lidt ned inde hos Die Kalte Sonne for at finde den engelske version:
Some people, including your critic Florian Freistetter on ScienceBlog, seem to think that physics is a democratic process and what matters is to count how many papers favour or disfavour each hypothesis. That of course is nonsense. All that really signifies is the evidence from observations and experiments, and how a theory stands up to attempts to falsify it. Remember Einstein’s comment on the pamphlet Hundert Autoren gegen Einstein (1931) – “If I were wrong, one would be enough”.
Mere HER hos Die Kalte Sonne.
The Global Warming Hoax is Now Killing People
Alan Caruba – February 14, 2012
By Friday, February 10th, an estimated 500 Europeans had died from the freezing weather gripping the continent. This is the price they and British citizens are paying for embracing the global warming hoax, spending billions for wind power when they should have been building coal-fired and other sources of energy to heat their homes and businesses.
As the British daily, The Telegraph, reported on Friday, “Serbia has started implementing power cuts in a desperate bid to stave off the collapse of its national grid as the country suffers the effects of days of freezing temperatures.”
I and others have been warning for years that the Earth has been cooling since 1998 and that the planet is on the cusp of a new ice age because the average length of an interglacial period of warmth between such ages is now coming to an end after the passage of some 11,500 years.
Mere HER hos Family Security Matters.
Tragedy Unfolding in Europe – Is U.S. Media Trying to Ignore It?
Robert W. Felix – February 17, 2012
The cold snap in Europe, which began in late January, has killed hundreds and brought deep snow where it hasn’t been seen in decades,” says this article in the Seattle Times.
This should be front page news. Instead, the article doesn’t appear until page eight. And the title, “At least 3 killed in avalanche in Kosovo,” belies the seriousness of the situation. (The print version carries a different headline: “Cold snap, snow lock down Europe.”)
How about a headline that tells it like it is?
140,000 trapped by snow – Death toll rises past 550.
Mere HER hos Family Security Matters.
Big freeze tightens its grip on Europe
4th February 2012
The big freeze has tightened its grip on Europe. The death toll has risen as temperatures have dropped and snow has swept across the continent from the east.
In Ukraine, at least 101 people have lost their lives. Supermarkets are short of food as trucks struggle to make deliveries.
A state of emergency has been declared in parts of Serbia where the high winds and snow are set to continue. Emergency services are battling to reach remote areas with vital food supplies.
Europe Snow Freezes Global Warming Claims
Der følger en artikel med, som man kan læse her hos CBN. Dale Hurd orienterer – fra 7. februar 2012:
Opdatering 21. februar 2012:
The compelling case against Ed Davey
By Melanie Phillips on 7th February 2012
True to my warning yesterday in the Daily Mail, the new Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey has dashed the naive hope that he would end the Coalition’s suicidal green fanaticism and return Britain to Planet Reality over man-made global warming. As the Times (£) reported today, he used his first few hours in his new job to tell the 100+ Tory MPs who are in revolt over wind farms effectively to take a running jump. Insisting he was a ‘lifelong supporter’ of wind power, he argued that the case for it was ‘compelling’ and that Britain’s energy production must be ‘clean and green’.
Cameron has the chance to end the scourge of wind turbines
By Melanie Phillips on 6th February 2012
With remarkably prescient timing, more than 100 Tory MPs have written to the Prime Minister demanding that the £400 million-a-year subsidies paid to the onshore wind turbine industry should be ‘dramatically cut’.
The MPs warn that it is unwise to force consumers to pay such subsidies for a form of energy production that they claim is ‘inefficient and intermittent’.
They also worry that the Government’s new planning policy will diminish the chances of local people defeating unpopular onshore wind farm proposals through the planning system.
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