Footage from our recent London Climate Conference

Posted: September 19, 2016 by tallbloke in Accountability, Astrophysics, atmosphere, Big Brother, Big Green, Blog, censorship, Critique, greenblob, IPCC, Natural Variation, Ocean dynamics, Politics, propaganda, sea ice, solar system dynamics, Tides

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Our recent conference held at Conway Hall in central London was a huge success, with over a hundred attendees being treated to two days of rapid-fire 20 minute presentations and discussion sessions. The footage has now been published online by Mark Windows, and are available for you to view at your leisure.

Another video Mark has produced, introduces the circumstances around the last-minute move from UCL to Conway hall,  and also presents interviews with many of the participants.

I had a short interview with Energy Live News

 

This conference was made possible by the tireless efforts of Nils-Axel Morner in the face of great difficulties, and huge credit is due to him for his determination and organisational ability.

There was a strongly upbeat mood at the conference, and it was a real pleasure to meet so many of the scientists I’ve only been able to communicate with online until now. Ned Nikolov and Karl Zeller were there, so was Nicola Scafetta, Christopher Monckton, Per Strandberg, Jan-Erik Solheim, Martin Hovland, Hans Jelbring, Peter Ward and many others, including several past IPCC reviewers.

We are starting to make a real difference to the climate debate. A member of the London assembly visited on day two, and asked pertinent questions about sea level rise, taking more information away with him. A guardian/DeSmoguk correspondent also attended, and I think we disabused her of some preconceptions about us that she had arrived with. All quiet so far on that front, and if that continues, I see it as a win. The Guardian would never post a positive story about us, so their silence speaks volumes.

On a personal note, spending some time with Ned and Karl was a real highlight. They are determined despite the setbacks and attacks they have suffered, and I hope their excellent work is recognised before much more time passes.

Benny Pieser from the GWPF attended too. During discussion he opined that we won’t be taken seriously unless and until the global surface temperature falls. he may be right, the inertia of the unholy triumvirate of Big Gov, Big Science, and Big Green is powerful, and won’t back down if they can get away with it. But I sense a shift since Brexit in the mood of people not just in the UK, but across the Western world. I also launched CLEXIT at the conference, and got a very positive response to the proposal that we fight not just with science, but with politics too. The time has come, and the gloves are off.

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Finally, another huge thank you! to all who donated to help pay for the venue change. All your names were read out by Nils-Axel Morner at the end of the conference, and received a huge round of applause.

Comments
  1. ren says:

    Congratulations. Big applauding.
    “El Niño is solar-magnetic.”

  2. Congratulations to all concerned and sorry that I couldn’t attend due to family commitments.

    Looking forward to the impetus that will no doubt develop if the Earth does begin to cool as we all expect.

  3. Paul Vaughan says:

    “I sense a shift since Brexit in the mood of people not just in the UK, but across the Western world.”

    They’re doubling down in california and this isn’t being dealt with well enough (politically). A sensible vision of the future can’t include such a savagely unethical crew still propped up artificially on center stage pedestals. The most savage agents should have been banned 5 years ago.

  4. Paul Vaughan says:

    Sun-Climate Pareto Principle Bedrock….

    Panel h (tropical oceanic meridional wind) is the central aggregation criterion for sorting sun-climate relations:

    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/store/10.1029/2011JD015695/asset/image_n/jgrd17142-fig-0002.png?v=1&t=it8voail&s=f6a462bcb4b4a3a54c42066efadb8a427ece72f2
    [mod note] link not accessible
    I’ve sharpened earlier sun-climate insights with:
    1. Empirical Orthogonal Functions
    2. translation of solar cycle length (a temporal parameter) into generalized spatial gradient potentials

    Tip for anyone reviewing previous insights:

    area south of January meridional wind ITCZ average location: 0.456422129
    area north of July meridional wind ITCZ average location: 0.370590477
    area outside of tropical meridional wind ITCZ average migration belt: 0.827012606
    area inside of tropical meridional wind ITCZ average migration belt: 0.172987394

    I’ve provided links to background reading on Suggestions-21.

  5. Paul,

    Do you agree that the sun changes the gradient of tropopause height between equator and poles so as to alter the degree of meridionality / zonality in the winds around the Earth ?

  6. Karl Z says:

    It was a pleasure to meet and spend time with you in London Roger. You are a scholar and a gentleman and thank you so much for the work and support that you do and give.

  7. Ned Nikolov says:

    Roger, it was a real pleasure for us too to meet you in person and chat with you about the new frontiers in climate science. As you said, we remain optimistic that the scientific truth will eventually prevail.

    Thank you for helping organize the Conference and providing us with a platform to share our research findings with others!

  8. ren says:

    See how far south go down lows in the northern hemisphere.

  9. Paul Vaughan says:

    Stephen, Sun reshapes Earth’s shells. Any “expert” telling you otherwise has ZERO credibility and is EXPOSED as a savage infiltraitor and saboteur on a mission so important that 2 very strategic lies are deemed warranted and necessary. Better-connected friends with superior reach are only an ocean away. Reorientation is underway.

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