Monday, 18 June 2007

Hot air, carbon trading and Watergate

Christopher Monckton, the man who's challenged Al Gore to a head-to-head debate over man-made global warming, is interviewed about the hot air over carbon trading by Watergate burglar G. Gordon Liddy, the man more responsible than anyone else for the appalling crime of introducing the suffix ~gate to the vocabulary of every lazy journalist, and who for some reason is now a nationally popular radio host.

You can listen in here [mp3]. And you can find out more here about the "head-to-head, internationally-televised debate upon the question 'That our effect on climate is not dangerous.'"

And just to confirm that warmism/non-warmism isn't a right/left issue, I remind you of Alexander Cockburn's complete series (so far) on global warming published in The Nation, the self-described "flagship of the American left":
  1. Is Global Warming a Sin?
  2. Hot Air, Cold Cash: Who Are the Merchants of Fear?
  3. Explosion of the Fearmongers: The Greenhousers strike back and out.

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