The Conservative Bruges Group has published the climate lecture given by Professor Salby in the House of Commons and in the Scottish Parliament last November. It has been put together by Mike Haseler BSc MBA of the Scottish Climate and Energy Forum www.scef.org.uk It has an introduction by Philip Foster MA. The visit to the UK by Professor Salby was arranged by Philip Foster and A Terri Jackson a member of the Bruges Group. His lecture is also available on U-Tube and hard copies can be obtained from the Bruges Group at 214 Linen Hall,162-168 Regent Street, London W1B 5TB e-mail: info @ brugesgroup.com
see also youtube presentation of Professor Salby
Professor Salby`s new book on climate change: Physics of the Atmosphere and Climate 2nd edition 2012 ISBN 9780521767187. Recommendation by Professor Jim Williams University of California Los Angeles.
" Salby`s book is a graduate textbook on earth`s atmosphere and climate that is well balanced between the physics of the constituent materials and fluid dynamics. I recommend it as a foundation for anyone who wants to do research on the biogeochemikstry, and ocean-atmosphere coupling."
Saturday, 23 August 2014
A report in the Australian newspaper has revealed that the Bureau of Meteorology in Australia has been busy adjusting temperature data to give the impression to the gullible that the earth is warming instead of cooling.(Graham Lloyd The Australian 23/08/14). This to fit a pre-determined view of global warming. Before their "adjustments" the trend at Amerley in Australia was a cooling trend of 1 degree celsius per century. After their manipulations it becomes a warming trend of 2.5 celsius per century. People in real life who do this are usually jailed for
Thursday, 21 August 2014
A report by Emily Gosden(Daily Telegraph) reveals that 1.5 million UK manufacturing jobs are at risk due to green policies imposed by Brussels. Business for Britain BFB says that EU policies are to blame for up to 9% of energy bill costs for industry and this can rise to 16 % by 2030. Manufacturers are now considering moving their operations abroad where energy is cheaper, risking devastating job loses in the UK. More than 1.5 million people are employed in energy-intensive industries such as metals, ceramics and glass with 363000 in direct employment. BFB says that opting out of EU renewable targets could cut energy bills. BFB estimates that help to meet EU energy laws could be as much as £93 billion! The EU laws have been fully implemented by the Cameron conservative led government. The coming general election will give voters the opportunity to give their response to Mr Cameron and his greenie policies.