New Video : The Knockout Punch

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11 Responses to New Video : The Knockout Punch

  1. Disillusioned says:

    Bingo and …

  2. KevinPaul says:

    Masterful use of climate history exposing Zeke as a Ministry of Truth toadie.

  3. Noel Herron says:

    Tony a magnificent counter punch with a devastating right cross , they never seem to learn that it’s always about the follow through.
    Did you hear ( in the SUN newspaper) the head of extinction rebellion was caught spending $10,000 buck on holidays to south American and luxury hotels. Total Hippocrates ,they were preaching no air travel and living the high life. Also their top spokeswoman (named Zion Light)was absolutlely gutted on the BBC Andrew Niell show, well worth a watch. Add to this the Cloud experiments at CERN and thing are starting to unravel for these nutters.

  4. richard says:

    So we assume that Carbon dioxide absorbs infrared radiation increasing temps-

    “Infrared is the direct transfer of heat from the heater to the object (you and the room around you) without heating the air in between. It’s the same heat we feel from an environment warmed by the sun, and the wavelength most efficiently absorbed by the body”


    “Stops Heating When Off

    Infrared heaters work the instant they turn on, but they also stop radiating heat the instant they are turned off. Since the air in the room is not actually warmed, the room will lose heat very quickly”

  5. J. says:

    Hi Tony, its J. from Austria :)

    I have one question, the NCAR graph shows NH-temperatures, the GISS graph shows global ones; does this change anything?

    Nice that you mention Austrian glaciers.

  6. Jeff Jones says:

    Can’t you get a regular segment on One America News or Newsmax TV? If this stuff was broadcast regularly, it would start oozing into the American conversation and put cracks in the science-quack cabal. Your complete existing series of blog videos is a graduate course in true climate science.

  7. John V. says:

    Hi Tony,
    I’ve been a quiet observer of your work for a few months now…I must tell you, many thanks for your work! I’m amazed that published historical data is being written out of history or rejigged.
    …Those who control the past, control the present, etc….
    I do have a question if you have a moment to expand on. You refer to High-Quality Stations and Low-Quality Stations. Why and how are there High/Low-quality stations and how do you define that quality?
    …I may have missed the definition when you may have once said “Listen carefully, I’m only going to say this once :)
    I do look forward to your reply.


    • richard says:

      There is a new state of the art temp site-

      “Little known data from the state of the art U.S. Climate Reference Network (which never seems to make it into NOAA’s monthly “state of the climate” reports) show that for the past nine months, six of them were below normal,

      The data, taken directly from NOAA’s national climate data page, shows not only that much of 2019 was below average, but that the US Temperature average is actually cooler now for 2019 than we were in 2005, when the dataset started.

      The U.S. Climate Reference Network (USCRN) was established to give the most accurate temperature readings compared to the old Cooperative Observer Network (COOP) which suffers from urban encroachment, siting problems, and a multitude of human induced inhomgeneities such as station moves, incomplete data, closed stations, and runway condition stations at airports that were never designed to report climate data”

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