Our Sydney Presentations

Dr. Tim Ball and I gave presentations last week to the Five Dock Climate Skeptics in Sydney. Thanks to Jim Simpson for sending these over.

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25 Responses to Our Sydney Presentations

  1. John Silver says:

    Good speeches, although nothing new to us here.
    (Is that your Vaio? what model is it?)

  2. AndyG55 says:

    It was great meeting you and Tim and all the fellow climate realists. :-)

    Had a great chat with Tim over dinner :-)

    Talks were both great.

    Sorry I couldn’t stick around afterwards, but its a fair drive back to Newcastle.

    Cheers, and THANKS. :-)

  3. Kyle_Fouro says:

    Any status on Dr. Ball’s upcoming lawsuit? How optimistic are you about the outcome?

  4. TeaPartyGeezer says:

    Thank you, Tony! Looking forward to watching these.

  5. Stephen Richards says:

    Did you get any response from that audience? It sounded like no-one was listening. They were all talking over you.

    • AndyG55 says:

      We were in an area set off from, but still open to, the main club area.

      The main audience could here clearly because the speaker system was pointing to the audience, and they were very attentive. (I was there)

      The microphone has picked up a lot of normal rowdy Aussie club noise from outside the meeting.

  6. NavarreAggie says:

    What is a Climate Emporer? :)

    (see the title of Tony’s Youtube video)

  7. trevor collins says:

    I would like to make contact with you…thanks, Trevor.

  8. Steve Case says:

    I hadn’t seen this “Climate Gate” exchange before:

    A 2004 leaked Climatic Research Unit (CRU) email from the Minns/Tyndall Centre on the UEA campus said:
    “In my experience, global warming freezing is already a bit of a public relations problem with the media.”

    Swedish Chief Negotiator Bo Kjellen replied,
    “I agree, with Nick that climate change might be a better labelling than global warming.

  9. Norilsk says:

    An excellent quote for us warriors.

    “The humblest citizen of all the land, when clad in the armor of a righteous cause, is stronger than all the hosts of error.” William Jennings Bryan

  10. Analitik says:

    I may send this through to Josh Frydenberg’s (Australian Minister for Energy and Environment) office to maintain my serial pest status

    • Andy Oz says:

      Frydenberg, Turnbull and Bishop are going to look very sheepish. If Trump follows through, tears up the Paris climate scam and opens the NASA/NOAA data fraud up to public scrutiny, the LNP & ALP will be looking at a bad election result in 2019.

      • AndyG55 says:

        LNP can still save themselves,

        .. but the have to change to a Conservative Climate Realist as leader and stop this moronic pandering to the far-left agenda. !!

      • ozspeaksup says:

        looking at a bad one already really,
        deservedly so.
        but todays adelaide news has bi(t)chop looking rabid affirming paris scam stays set
        as does frydenberg
        turd just looks smug n thick as ever
        Nats need to drop libs
        systemic setup to only allow the 2 parties to manage to get power
        needs overhauling -like yesterdays ago ;-(
        get nats n some indys with sway n numbers in and watch for change.
        yeah i know..but..
        i can dream can’t i?

  11. Fast Eddie says:

    Great presentation Tony!! MAGA! I have personally been passing around “The Great Global Warming Swindle” for about 8 years and people are getting it just like your presentation.

  12. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    Thank you, Tony, for affirming that Trump is following through on campaign promises. President Trump can abruptly end claims Earth’s climate is independent of the Sun by asking NAS (the US National Academy of Sciences) and NASA to explain publicly:

    1. Precise elemental and isotopic measurements published in Science in Jan 1977 showing meteorites condensed directly from chemically and isotopically heterogeneous supernova debris (See Strange xenon, extinct superheavy elements and the solar neutrino puzzle).

    2. Precise measurements published in Nature in Nov 1977 showing a regular “pulse” or “heartbeat” of the Sun, like a pulsar, every 160 minutes (See “Is the Sun a pulsar?”)

    3. Precise measurements of solar and terrestrial vibrations (Proceedings of the IEEE, 2007, 95 (5), 1085-1132) showing the whole Earth Moves (vibrates) to the rhythm of the Sun,” http://www.esa.int/esaSC/SEMJJYUL05F_index_0.html

  13. Sparks says:

    The sound is horrible, obviously during recording a second radio mic was left on. Also, It’s funny the video interview with some Australian politician was conducted with just the politician being miked up.

    Lazy production, Why go to all the trouble?

    And did you hear that politician say how many views and how much public engagement there was? full as crap as usual, they’re politicians…

    Anyway… I enjoyed hearing your views. I thought it was very educational.

  14. OrganicFool says:

    Prairie dogs around Boulder also carry the plague. About the only good thing they do is provide food for the predators in the area.

    What a great point – they get $1M to study climate change effects on prairie dogs? And then claim you are getting money from “big oil”? The double-standard on the Left is glaringly obvious and they need to be told “you’re fired”.

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