Episode 177 - It's the Sun, Stupid

02/27/20111 Comment

Running Time: 59:45

Description:We know that the manmade global warming hoax is a scam, but if it isn't CO2 driving the climate, what is? This week we talk to Dr. Tim Ball and examine the work of Piers Corbyn as we explore the ways in which the sun effects the climate on earth, and what that means for our future.


Documentation - Old Newspaper Reports of "Climate Change"
Time Reference: 07:26
Description: From the 1800s to today, it's the best in global warming/cooling alarmism!
Link To: Examiner.com

Documentation - 1922 Panic About Melting Arctic
Time Reference: 07:28
Description: There's more where this came from.
Link To: WattsUpWithThat.com

Documentation - Historical References on climate change
Time Reference: 07:29
Description: Steven Goddard's blog contains a number of historical newspaper and journal articles on climate change.
Link To: StevenGoddard.Wordpress.com

Documentation - The effect the Moon has on the Earth's climate
Time Reference: 10:39
Description: The Moon's effect on the Earth's rotational axis has a direct effect on our climate.
Link To: YouTube.com

Documentation - Piers Corbyn - (S.L.A.M.) Solar Lunar Amplification Magnetic process Explained
Time Reference: 28:42
Description: Piers Corbyn of WeatherAction.com explains the process by which the sun effects the earth's climate.
Link To: YouTube.com

Documentation - BBC Video Report on "No Link" Between Sun and Climate Change
Time Reference: 34:58
Description: The Beeb doing its usual thing.
Link To: news.bbc.com

Documentation - No Sun Link to Climate Change
Time Reference: 36:44
Description: So says the Royal Society.
Link To: news.bbc.com

Documentation - IPCC - Radiative Forcing Components
Time Reference: 37:06
Description: According to the IPCC, humans have 13 times more effect on the earth's climate than the sun.
Link To: ipcc.ch

Documentation - Ex-BBC Presenter: BBC Became Propaganda Machine for Climate Change
Time Reference: 38:30
Description: Colour me shocked.
Link To: ClimateGate.tv

Documentation - Royal Society Bows to Climate Change Skeptics
Time Reference: 38:46
Description: Getting off the bandwagon before it falls apart.
Link To: ClimateGate.tv

Documentation - Piers Corbyn Predicts 2009 Winter Weather
Time Reference: 40:36
Description: Forecast for 2009-2010 winter from WeatherAction.com, issued in July of 2009.
Link To: YouTube.com

Documentation - 2009 Winter: Cold Weather Causes Havoc in Europe
Time Reference: 43:20
Description: Piers got it right.
Link To: YouTube.com

Documentation - Piers Corbyn Predicts 2010 Winter Weather
Time Reference: 44:12
Description: The coldest winter in 100 years?
Link To: YouTube.com

Documentation - Mocked Meteorologist Gets The Last Laugh
Time Reference: 45:08
Description: Piers gets it right again.
Link To: YouTube.com

Documentation - Underfire Met Office Scraps Seasonal Forecast
Time Reference: 50:20
Description: Maybe they should hire Piers.
Link To: news.sky.com

Documentation - The Mayor of London Praises Piers Corbyn
Time Reference: 51:49
Description: Boris Johnson gives props to Piers Corbyn in the UK Telegraph.
Link To: Telegraph.co.uk

Documentation - Small Nuclear War Could Reverse Global Warming for Years
Time Reference: 56:20
Description: Conditioning the public for geoengineering.
Link To: nationalgeographic.com

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  1. pieter says:

    It is the 03/07/2016 today.
    I saw a few weeks ago that the earth would have a new moon in a couple of facebook Articles. Figuring out directly from the source itself NASA, it appears to be a small comet. Which already circulates a century around the earth. Since all interact this can also be a point that contributes to the climate change. (or maybe not, since its far distance) And has been excluded so far from the calculations. The more aspects there are to take into accounts without doing so. The crazier thos scientists appear. But I continue to support the release of green energy. http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=6537

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