10 décembre 2009

Dissension chez les réchauffistes Coup de gueule Environnement International


Selon l’Organisation météorologique mondiale, l’année 2009 devrait se classer parmi les dix années les plus chaudes depuis 1850.

Dans les courriels du climategate, Kevin Trenberth, un des auteurs du 4e rapport du GIEC, a écrit le 12 octobre 2009:

« The fact is that we can’t account for the lack of warming at the moment and it is a travesty that we can’t. »

Même chez les réchauffistes il ne semble pas y avoir de consensus.

10 décembre 2009

L’anti-intellectualisme des réchauffistes En Citations Environnement International

Clive Crook

Clive Crook, éditeur sénior du magazine « The Atlantic » au sujet du climategate:

« The response of the climate-science establishment to Climategate has been disappointing if predictable. The guild mentality has come to the fore. Campaigns are under way to defend the integrity of science from a scurrilous smear campaign. The message is simple: you are either with us or you are a barbarian.

If coercing the data, bad-mouthing dissenters, and covering your tracks are business as usual in climate science why expect the other proofs of the temperature record to be any better? I would be far more persuaded by the « plenty of other evidence » line if there had been more of an outcry over the CRU emails from within the climate-science community.

To criticise the work of a particular scientist or collaborating group of scientists is no more to attack science than criticising a particular journalist is to attack press freedom, or criticising a particular politician is to attack democracy. Trying to shut down criticism in the name of science is the real attack on science. »

10 décembre 2009

N’ayez pas peur En Chiffres En Vidéos Environnement International

Comment le GIEC compte-t-il nous vendre son plan de réduction des gaz à effet de serre ? En nous faisant peur bien sûr.  Voici le vidéo qui a été projeté lors de la cérémonie d’ouverture du sommet de Copenhague:

Malheureusement pour les réchauffistes, même si leurs théories sont exactes, l’histoire nous enseigne que l’homme a bien su s’acclimater aux affres du climat:


N’en déplaise aux catastrophistes/environnementalistes, la fin du monde n’est pas pour demain…

Emergency Events Database
EM-DAT Database

10 décembre 2009

Le party achève… Économie États-Unis Europe Récession Revue de presse

The Globe And Mail

Governments warned over debts
The Globe and Mail

International ratings agencies are warning the United States and several European governments that they face credit downgrades if they don’t soon come up with clear plans to get their deteriorating fiscal houses in order.

Moody’s Investors Service said Tuesday the weakening public finances in the U.S. and Britain may “test the Aaa [triple-A] boundaries” for their ratings. While analysts say there is no immediate risk of a cut in the ratings of major developed economies, the less stable fringe players are already feeling the heat.

In Europe, Ireland, Portugal and even France are under pressure to rein in rising budget deficits. And deeply troubled Greece has become the first euro-currency country to be whacked. Athens’ debt was downgraded a notch Tuesday to triple-B plus by Fitch Ratings. That’s only three levels above junk status and means Greece will have to pay investors more to buy its bonds.

Investors appear most worried about the British bonds, which now cost the same to insure against default as Portugese government bonds that have a rating two notches lower, and investors are now musing aloud about the possibility of a downgrade unless the country begins cutting debt.

The 17 biggies may be safe, at least for now, according to Moody’s, but the world may have to endure the shock of a sovereign downgrade sooner rather than later.