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Charles Randall

<Good Info! Here are some articles/links exposing “Methane Tipping Point & other GW fraud issues” >
CCNet 17 January 2010
The Climate Policy Network
New Doubts About Global Warming ‘Tipping Point’ Theory
A scientific study on the results of the BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill has yielded some surprising results that appear to disprove fears of methane release as a global warming tipping point to catastrophic warming. Haunting the Library, 15 January 2011
What the Deepwater Horizon incident has taught us is that releases of methane with similar characteristics will not have the capacity to influence climate. –John D. Kessler, ScienceDaily, 6 January 2011
Like many others I once considered that the research conducted by scientific institutions in the UK to be beyond reproach. Now that trust has been shattered by the activities of the Stern Review, the Royal Society, those involved in the Climategate scandal, and now the UK Met Office. Will Alexander, 13 January 2011
The notion of a static, unchanging climate is foreign to the history of the earth or any other planet with a fluid envelope. The fact that the developed world went into hysterics over changes in global mean temperature anomaly of a few tenths of a degree will astound future generations. Such hysteria simply represents the scientific illiteracy of much of the public, the susceptibility of the public to the substitution of repetition for truth, and the exploitation of these weaknesses by politicians, environmental promoters, and, after 20 years of media drum beating, many others as well. –Richard Lindzen, 15 January 2011
You could call me a Greenpeace dropout, but that is not an entirely accurate description of how or why I left the organization 15 years after I helped create it. I’d like to think Greenpeace left me, rather than the other way around, but that too is not entirely correct. -Patrick Moore, Vancouver Sun, 7 January 2011
1) New Doubts About Most Significant Global Warming ‘Tipping Point’ Theory – Haunting the Library, 15 January 2011
2) David Whitehouse: Climate Impacts On Ancient Societies – The Global Warming Policy Foundation, 14 January 2011
3) Benny Peiser: Climate Change & Civilisation Collapse – The Global Warming Policy Foundation, 14 January 2011
4) Richard Lindzen: A Case Against Precipitous Climate Action – The Global Warming Policy Foundation, 15 January 2011
5) Patrick Moore: Confessions Of A Greenpeace Founder – Vancouver Sun, & January 2011
6) Will Alexander: Predicting Climatic Extremes – The Global Warming Policy Foundation, 13 January 2011
7) 2010 Sea Level: Largest Drop Ever Recorded? – The Inconvenient Skeptic, 16 January 2011
8) Roger Harrabin: Clarification on news reports about the BBC and the Met Office – Roger Harrabin, BBC Environment Analyst.

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