Oct 30

Six-part video: Glenn Beck interviews Lord Christopher Monckton who challenges to Al Gore to a debate; ‘Are you a coward?’

By Editor Christopher Monckton of Brenchley, Glenn Beck, video Comments Off on Six-part video: Glenn Beck interviews Lord Christopher Monckton who challenges to Al Gore to a debate; ‘Are you a coward?’

This is a must watch video, and be sure to stick around to the very end where Lord Monckton issues this challenge:

Al baby, if you really think that you want to raise the profile of this issue, then why don’t you agree to debate with me on international television – the fees we’ll earn apart from anything else would be enormous, and I know you’d love that because money seems to stick to you very rapidly – I want you to face me in a debate about global warming, and if you don’t dare I want you to remain silent about subject forever, from now on.  Are you a coward, or will you step up to the plate? Are you an arm-chair quarterback, or are you going to get suited up, and get onto that field?

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Hat tip: Watts Up With That

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May 27

Glenn Beck on the climate bill: “This bill is the end of our republic.”

By Editor Glenn Beck, green jobs Comments Off on Glenn Beck on the climate bill: “This bill is the end of our republic.”

Earlier today on The Glenn Beck Program’s Spotlight on Science:

GLENN: We’re going to do a control case, here, just a little control case. Just hypothetically speaking here on a control case. Hypothetically speaking, a Republican, a Republican chairperson, Republican chairperson of, let’s say an energy and commerce chair decides to present a bill and for fun let’s say it’s a global warming bill, and in this Republican global warming bill let’s say that it was close to 1,000 pages long and it is of, quote, the utmost importance, even quote, especially if we, you know, hate mongers actually care about the planet. Remember, hypothetically you care about the planet, and this is the utmost we’ve got to pass this bill. Let’s just say that that Republican chairperson was confronted with a detail from the bill that he wrote. He was the author. Remember, he was the author. So now let’s say that this author of a global warming bill that is of the utmost importance to save the Earth forgot some of the information in it. Would this oversight by a Republican chairperson on a bill which he authored be considered acceptable by the Democrats or the Republicans? I’m going to go with big fat no on that one. But for fun let’s say this whole situation hypothetically was a Democratic chairperson of the energy and commerce committee who wrote the bill, wasn’t aware of its contents, instead blindly followed the scientists from the United Nations. Yeah, but that would never happen, right?

VOICE: Before I ask the question to counsel, did you know that was in this bill?

VOICE: Are you asking me?

VOICE: Yes, sir.

VOICE: Well, I certainly don’t claim to know everything that’s in this bill. I know that we left it to we relied very heavily on the scientists, on the IPCC and others and the consensus that they have that there is a problem of global warming, it’s having an impact and that we need to try to reduce it by the amounts that they think we need to achieve in order to avoid some of the consequences. That’s what I know, but I don’t know the details.

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Feb 05


Video of Caitlin Glenn(age 12) and her dad Andy Glenn who were on The Glenn Beck Show earlier today.

GORE LIED posted about this story when it broke yesterday. Read the background on the story here.

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Feb 04

Video: Chris Horner on Gore’s congressional testimony and $140 million in stimulus pork for "very expensive PlayStations" (climate modeling computers)

By Editor Chris Horner, computer modeling, Glenn Beck Comments Off on Video: Chris Horner on Gore’s congressional testimony and $140 million in stimulus pork for "very expensive PlayStations" (climate modeling computers)

The Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Senior Fellow Chris Horner was recently a guest on Glenn Beck’s television show.

Horner discussed Al Gore’s congressional testimony last week:

“Mr. Gore does this for a living, so he knows he ignored three years of observations, scientific literature, and of course court opinions saying that his projections and his claims about observations are nonsense.”

Beck and Horner also discussed $140 million worth of pork in Obama’s stimulus package to pay for “climate data modeling”. Horner:

“There’s 140 million reasons to suspect these very expensive PlayStations that we have been spending hundreds of millions of dollars on, telling us it’s still warming now, are not legitimate premises for for trillion dollar policy decisions. And isn’t it strange to spend now $6 billion a year at the federal tax payer level alone on science that is – ‘settled'”.

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Dec 08

Glenn Beck: "I’m not a scientist, but I’m a thinker, and help me out. Stu, if cooling is masking warming, then wouldn’t it just be cooling?"

By Editor Glenn Beck, Global cooling, global warming Comments Off on Glenn Beck: "I’m not a scientist, but I’m a thinker, and help me out. Stu, if cooling is masking warming, then wouldn’t it just be cooling?"

An excerpt from today’s Glenn Beck show:

GLENN: The cooling in 2008 is equal to 20% of all of the warming of the last 100 years as compared to the rest of this decade. What does that mean? Does it mean anything? Of course not, Holocaust denier! Jeez, what’s wrong with you people? The relatively chilly temperatures compared with the recent years are not evidence that global warming is slowing. However, say climate scientists at the Met office, absolutely not, it’s not evidence that anything is happening, this according to Dr. Peter Stott, the manager of Understanding and Attributing Climate Change at the Met office Hadley Centre. Manager of Understanding and Attributing Climate Change at the Met office, Hadley Centre, does that even fit on a business card?

GLENN: “The scientists go on to claim that the relatively chilly temperatures compared with recent years are not evidence that global warming is slowing.” That’s absolutely true. Cooling isn’t evidence of warming slowing down. It’s evidence of cooling. Just thought I’d throw that out there. And by the way, this isn’t just one year. The warmest year on record was 1998. I believe five years, five years before Al Gore got his movie out. The warmest year on record was 1998. We’ve been cooling now since 2000, or if you want to be pessimistic, since 2001. Yet, have you heard that from the global warming crowd? No. What you’ll hear is that cooling is not evidence that global warming is slowing. But they go on in an attempt to prove their point, and I love this. In March a team of climate scientists at Kiel University predicted that natural variation would mask the .3 degrees Celsius warming predicted by the intergovernmental panel on climate change over the next decade. They said that global temperatures would remain constant until 2015 but then they would begin to accelerate.

GLENN: All right, let’s see. Well, first of all, they are not remaining constant because they are going down. So you are wrong there. But I’m trying to get my arms around this “Natural variation would mask the warming thing.” Let me see, because I’m an alcoholic, I speak bullcrap fluently. Let me see if I can translate that from bullcrap to English. They’re saying that cooling will mask the warming. Cooling will mask the warming. See if I have this right. I mean, I’m not a scientist, but I’m a thinker, and help me out. Stu, if cooling is masking warming, then wouldn’t it just be cooling?

STU: You’re clearly not a scientist.

GLENN: No, I just — explain that to me, would you?

STU: Well, yes, it’s fairly obvious here. If warming was warming and then the cooling came in and masked the warming, the warming would still be there. It would just be cooling.

GLENN: All right, let me try this, see if I understand this. Let’s take your oven, okay? Let’s say you turn your oven on.

STU: Okay.

GLENN: And then you open the outside door in your Boise apartment where it’s snowing today. Then I guess you could say the cold is masking the warmth, but it still would be getting colder, right? I mean, if anything —

STU: No, no, not at all because you’d have the oven on. The oven is on. That’s manmade warming.

GLENN: Right. Wouldn’t you just — I mean, wouldn’t you just be saying that natural cold is overpowering the manmade warmth? I mean, wouldn’t that be good? I mean, look, if the cooling is masking the warming, the warming, according to these pinheads, is caused by man. The cooling is not caused by man. So wouldn’t it mean that the non-manmade cooling is actually winning out over man? Almost like it’s weird how the whole system works itself out.

STU: Glenn, I think you are being very controversial here.

GLENN: No, I —

STU: I think maybe there’s room for a little experiment here. If there happens to be a listener in a cold climate right now, they could go into their kitchen and blast their oven and then open their front door and we’ll just see if —

GLENN: I’m sure they will be opening up the front door would be manmade cooling.

STU: I thought that would be natural cooling.

GLENN: No, it would be manmade because you opened the front door. I mean, it would have to be — here’s what it would have to be. It would have to be so cold outside that you couldn’t keep the furnace running in your house and you couldn’t do anything to stop it and it just got colder and colder and colder and colder outside until eventually it was so cold in your house. Because man has not done anything to stop global warming and cause global cooling. We keep turning the thermostat up on the oven that we’ve left open. Now you’ve got to take man out of the equation. Man, in your scenario or the one I gave with the oven, is you would open — you would open up the door. Well, you can’t open up the door.

STU: Well, you can’t build the house, either. Man’s always getting involved in these things. Man’s always in the way of science.

GLENN: Can I tell you something? If we could just exterminate, if we could just exterminate the vermin that is man. See, if I was — let me tell you something. If I wasn’t a Holocaust denier, I could understand the potential behind the Holocaust. If I didn’t deny the Holocaust, then I could have the solution for global warming.

Read the entire transcript here.

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Nov 18

Audio/Video: Glenn Beck interviewed Chris Horner on his radio show today

By Editor Chris Horner, Glenn Beck, video Comments Off on Audio/Video: Glenn Beck interviewed Chris Horner on his radio show today

Glenn Beck interviewed Chris Horner, author of Red Hot Lies, on his radio show today. They discuss Horner’s book, James Hansen, cap and trade, and the scare tactics employed by alarmists toward anthropogenic global warming skeptics.

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