March 6th 2010


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ENERGY: Nuclear energy ... next generation power source

SURROGACY: Next stolen generation - who needs a mother, anyway?

AS THE WORLD TURNS: Giant mosque to overlook UK Sandhurst military academy/Controversial images withdrawn by the Met/Beware of ice cream made in China/Plummeting birthrates threaten global prosperity/Al Gore lying low

Failing schools (letter)

BOOK REVIEW: EMPIRES OF THE SILK ROAD: A History of Central Asia from the Bronze Age to the Present, by Christopher I. Beckwith

News Weekly's prescience (letter)

SEX EDUCATION: Abstinence-only programs teach young to make wiser choices

FAMILY AND SOCIETY: What fatherlessness costs society

GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS: Greek crisis tips Europe towards double-dip recession

ECONOMIC AFFAIRS: Australian manufacturing: does it have a future?

NATIONAL SECURITY: Terrorist trial a landmark in Australian justice

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS: US arms sales affirm Taiwan's strategic role

BOOK REVIEW: INTELLECTUALS AND SOCIETY, by Thomas Sowell

Climate-scare game is up (letter)

CANBERRA OBSERVED: Crisis of confidence in Rudd Government

Latest quarantine fiasco (letter)

CLIMATEGATE: No recent global warming, admits Professor Jones

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Federal, state governments veto northern development

FAMILY POLICY: Voters demand equality in childcare maternity payments

INSULATION SCAM: Wheel turns full circle for Peter Garrett

COVER STORY / EDITORIAL: Moment of truth for Bushfire Royal Commission

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Climate-scare game is up (letter)


by Leon Ashby

News Weekly, March 6, 2010
Sir,

With the major green groups getting together at a closed meeting to work on a strategy to fight climate sceptics I believe these groups should instead look at the evidence and realise the game is up. This is because there is no evidence CO2 is causing any measurable level of global warming. If there is, then someone would have publicised it.

What green groups have relied on was normal bad weather events. They then fudged data to give the impression that the planet is in crisis and to convince gullible people to attribute every sort of natural warming and cooling to "evil" humanity. Many people are now seeing through that exaggerated claim.

My question to green groups is this: "Will you continue to ignore the lack of evidence and continue to 'run away from debates with sceptics', as James Norman of the Australian Conservation Foundation has admitted?"

Australian companies are gradually realising how devastating CO2 reductions will be to their bottom line. As a result, in South Australia, they are launching a special TV campaign to commence screening on Channel 9 on February 28.

And, just for the record, I am happy to debate any leader of the major green groups about the climate issue - any time. We want "truth before politics".

Leon Ashby,
President, The Climate Sceptics,
Mount Gambier, SA


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