FORA.tv's own Stuart Schulzke interviews climate change skeptic Christopher Monckton, 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley at the COP15 Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.
Lord Christopher Monckton
Christopher Walter Monckton, 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley is a British politician, business consultant, policy adviser, writer, columnist, inventor and hereditary peer. He served as an advisor to Margaret Thatcher's policy unit in the 1980s and invented the Eternity puzzle at the end of the 1990s.
More recently, he has attracted controversy for his public opposition to the mainstream scientific consensus on climate change.
Gore's film has been found guilty of 9 incidents of misrepresentation in a court of law, all of which could not have been done accidentally, although of course the Oscar still stands...
All of which is in accordance with Maurice Strong and friends’ very affective plan over the last few decades to over exaggerated the existence of AGW
Please let us talk about this.
It is so frustrating that people get defensive and uninquisitive about this subject, due to the environment being a subject dear to all of us.
The fact is that many undeniably human-caused environmental problems are going overlooked, and Copenhagen has nothing to do with any genuine environmental concern, except those who are misguided by the IPCC
Now we are beginning to have a debate.
May it continue.
To tobyjoyce above: do not be puzzled by Al Gore. He is far and away the most visible proponent of AGW, is quite vulnerable on his positions, and may stand to profit personally more than any other person on the planet. People in such a position with other ideological backgrounds have generally been rounded pummeled for quite some time.
Monckton again with the tired old lines ... "99.9% of the world's climate scientists have not done Climate 101 ..." etc.
You will find a demolition of Roy Spencer's work (quoted by Lord M.) on the Real Climate blog. Knox and Robinson are well-known denialists with work that is usually quickly refuted. Any one who wants to take Monckton and Lombjorg seriously can pursue refutations on the web ... do not take their work as some sort of gospel.
The pursuit of Al Gore is a puzzle to me .. why not challenge Arnold Schwartenegger or Angela Merkel, right-wing politicians who are also strong believers in climate change? Gore in office was no left-winger! Yet, "Get Gore!" is the cry; I suppose the Nobel Peace Prize, the Oscar and ordinary human envy has a lot to do with it.