Dr. Tim Ball interviewed by Michael Coren

Tim Ball has a Bachelor of Arts with honours from the University of Winnipeg, a Masters from the University of Manitoba and a PhD from the University of London, England - The Doctoral Thesis was on Climatology so he graduated from the faculty of science with the thesis specifically on Climate.

Talking about the time when Canada was covered with an ice sheet 25,000 years ago, he asks:
"Did Barny Rubble drive cars to cause that to melt?"
"They were peer-reviewing each others work; it was a totally incestuous system.."

 "Richard Lindzen said it best; he said the consensus was reached before the research had even begun."

Thomas Huxley: "The great bane of hypothesis is an ugly fact
Tim also answers the BIGOIL lie.
"All scientists are sceptics, if you're not a sceptic, you're not a scientist."
On Climategate: "To me, it's the biggest scandal in history.."
"This is a deliberate attempt to pervert science for political purposes.."

"Phil Jones and Ben Santer  - those guys were doing the climate corruption side of it.."
"Falsifying the historic record - changing it .."
"I've chaired commissions of soil erosion and hazardous waste - How dare they say I don't care about the environment!"
Michael Coren: "There are mainstream journalist..who say - I want some answers please.." Very few in Oz, Michael. Wait for the treason trials.

Maurice Strong: "The problem for the planet is the industrialised nations and isn't it our responsibility to get rid of them."
"That assumption that if CO2 goes up, the temperature goes up, we now know that's wrong.." 
"...the temperature changes before Co2; CO2 is not driving temperature change; yet that's the fundamental assumption in their hypothesis.." 
"...not only was the data cooked, but the evidence shows the opposite..." 
"...a sceptic is a natural scientist who would challenge that hypothesis.." 


  1. I was reading an article yesterday saying the premier financiers of global warming sceptic activism is the Koch brothers - to the tune of $16 million in 2 years.

    The Koch brothers being the people who also finance the Tea Party Movement. And the same people who also happen to be America's richest oil barons.......

    All scepticism is, is clever people who own oil, using stupid people who believe in conspirayc theories, to cut their tax bills for them

  2. The No Carbon tax Climate Sceptics is a party dedicated to exposing the hoax of the falsified global warming hypothesis. We definitely received no outside funding - not from big oil, not from Koch related organisations.

    Perhaps there is indirect Koch funding of the TEA (Taxed Enough Already) party.

    See this wiki entry.

    Americans for Prosperity and FreedomWorks are Koch-linked organizations that have been linked to the Tea Party movement.

    But what about George Soros. (Also from Wikipedia)

    In an interview with The Washington Post on November 11, 2003, Soros said that removing President George W. Bush from office was the "central focus of my life" and "a matter of life and death". He said he would sacrifice his entire fortune to defeat President Bush, "if someone guaranteed it".[54] Soros gave $3 million to the Center for American Progress, $2.5 million to MoveOn.org, and $20 million[55] to America Coming Together.

    And Maurice Strong -
    He set up the United Nations Environment Program and then he worked through that with the World Meteorological Organisation and the IPCC was set up by them. That meant that every government weather agency around the world was involved in the IPCC. They appoint the scientists that they want to be on it and they also of course provide the funding and that has meant that the funding has only got to one side of the debate and Strong knew this. But this is why he organized it that way through the WMO..." (Link http://theclimatescepticsparty.blogspot.com.au/2011/06/is-maurice-strong-on-man-made-global.html)

  3. Adding to the above - after the Desmog false claims - see http://www.climatedepot.com/a/14854/Koch-Foundation-provided-25000-to-Heartland-Inst-in-2011-for-research-in-healthcare--not-climate-change--this-was-first--only-donation-Foundation-made-to-institute-in-more-than-a-decade

    'Koch Foundation provided $25,000 to Heartland Inst. in 2011 for research in healthcare -- not climate change, & this was first & only donation Foundation made to institute in more than a decade'


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