Canadian journalist Donna Laframboise has done an excellent job in her devastating expose of the IPCC in her new book "The Delinquent Teenager-----who was mistaken for the world`s top climate expert". Read about what the IPCC professes and what is the actual reality! this book is available from Amazon books TinyUrl.com/ipcc-book. Donna gave an excellent talk at the recent climate conference"The Climate Change Act Reconsidered" held in the Houses of Parliament. Other speakers were Professor Ian Plimer Professor of Environmental Geology at the University of Adelaide, Ruth Lea chief economist at the Arbuthnot Banking Group and Matt Ridley one of the UKs leading science writers who covered the energy and politics of climate change. Professor Plimer mentioned that in past ages climate change was faster and greater than the present. In past ice ages carbon dioxide was as much as 1000 times higher than today. He also mentioned that there are over three million volcanoes and mounds on the ocean floors which all give out huge quantities of carbon dioxide into the oceans all completely ignored by the IPCC. He said that there is no geophysical evidence that CO2 is changing the climate. He also mentioned the sun and its declining magnetic field leading to more cosmic rays entering the earth atmosphere to form clouds which in turn changes the climate. Professor Plimer also revealed his latest book "How to get expelled from school, a guide to climate change for pupils, parents and punters" published by Connor Court Publishing with a foreword by Vaclav Klaus President of the Czech Republic. This is available from Connor Court at www.connorcourt.com. Ruth Lea spoke on the impact of the Climate Change Act on energy prices, manufacturing and business while Matt Ridley gave an interesting talk on the energy and politics of the climate change act. Many questions came from the audience.
The proceedings were expertly chaired by Professor Philip Stott Professor emeritus of biogeograohy at the University of London and past editor in chief of the International Journal of Biogeography. The meeting was also well organised by Rev Philip Foster of St Matthew Publishing Ltd www.stmatthewpublishing.co.uk It was most gratifying to see several leading politicians in the audience, an audience well over a hundred in numbers.