It’s over. Even The Age is crumbling

Andrew Bolt
Herald Sun
Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

The ultimate sign that the tide is turning agains the great global warming scare: The Age publishes an opinion piece by a sceptic.

UPDATE

For Victorians wanting to hear just why the global warming scare is collapsing, I pass on this email:

You are invited to attend the Melbourne public lecture by Viscount Monckton of Brenchley

Renowned world-wide for his knowledge of global warming and the eloquence to convey his message.

In: the Ballroom of the Sofitel Hotel (25 Collins St.)
At: 5:30 pm
On: Monday February 1st.

Lord Monckton will be introduced by Prof. Ian Plimer (author of best seller “Heaven + Earth”) who will also participate in the Question and Answer period after Christopher
Monckton’s main address… Admission will be by “donation” of $20 at the door…

Enquiries should be directed to Case SMIT …. smit@gmail.com

UPDATE 2

Another sign that the global warmists’ crusade to cut emissions is going nowhere – and that the weather isn’t matching their predictions, either:

THE queue of ships at the world’s biggest coal port, Newcastle, is near its longest level since before the financial crisis and waiting times are at a one-year record.

In a sign of the booming demand for coal, figures published this week show 58 ships were waiting on Monday, just shy of the pre-Christmas peak of 60, which was the longest queue since mid-2007. Average waiting times for vessels at the port have also blown out to a fresh one-year high of 17.86 days, the Newcastle Port Corporation figures show.

The trend, mirrored at key ports around the country, points to the soaring demand from coal buyers in China and Europe, after severe winters caused a surge in demand for electricity.

Full article here

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