Saturday, 18 April 2009


We now have enough ice. The revelation will have all the Climate change doomsayers sweating. Research budgets will be cut. Lecture tours will be cancelled, DVD's of Al Gores diatribe will end up in the bargain bin.

Why ??? Well you see the Antarctic Ice is actually growing
. Sure, in one area is has decreased but there has been a net gain, in effect -more ice. That simple fact fundamentally fucks up the climate change, "the sky is falling" dorks.

We hope to see more stories on this issue. Countries around the world are making serious life changing policy, based on what is a big load of bollocks.
It is important that we slow down any legislative change that will impact negatively on our economy for no good reason.


Sally said...

I hope that John Key and his merry men take note of this research? I have a nagging feeling they could be a little disappointed with the letest revalation as they probably thought there was some easy tax revenue to help pay for the government created 'stimulus.'

Anonymous said...

Latest poll from USA shows voters no longer are captured by Al gore.

pdm said...

This confirms what I have thought given morning and evening temperatures in Hastings over the last couple of weeks.

Nature at work suggesting we should be preparing for an ice age not global warming.

robincapper said...

It's proof that the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is right.

An increase in Pirates activity(real ship stealing ones not software) has reduced global warming.


Bryan Spondre said...

"Last week, federal Environment Minister Peter Garrett said experts predicted sea level rises of up to 6m from Antarctic melting by 2100, but the worst case scenario foreshadowed by the SCAR report was a 1.25m rise.

Mr Garrett insisted global warming was causing ice losses throughout Antarctica. "I don't think there's any doubt it is contributing to what we've seen both on the Wilkins shelf and more generally in Antarctica," he said."

Who to believe reputeable scientists or a bald ex-singer ?