Paul Budline Productions 5 min Video of Heartland ICCC9 Conference

July 25th, 2014 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.

If you couldn’t attend Heartland’s 9th International Conference on Climate Change in Las Vegas a couple weeks ago, this 5 minute video by Paul Budline Productions gives a flavor of what was talked about there:

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  1. Robertv says:

    I think Jay Lehr expressed it the best. It is a battle we will never win, good vs evil, a battle we will have to fight forever.

  2. ossqss says:

    Job well done by Paul!

    If interested, here is the link to all the presentations again. What a great conference full of good information. Kudo’s to Heartland for doing this for everyone.

    4 posts so far in one day Doc? Did ya take the day off 😉

  3. Paul Carfoot says:

    An excellent summary from the ICCC9 conference, this should be shown on our main stream TV here in the UK where the alarmist seem in full control, people have an absolute right to hear the debate from honest scientists.

  4. RW says:

    Nice video.

  5. Mark Douglas says:

    Awesome focus. Great short clip. At the end of the day, it’s all about freedom Vs. slavery… its really that simple. Also having the right tools (philosophical ones) in your tool box as we go through life to see through all the non-science. The real “smoking gun” in all this starts with: a) show me any data actually measured that shows a statistic correlation or just a basic relationship between CO2 and temperate change… that’s first and b) (as Dr. Spencer puts in perspective) the number of ppm CO2 measured in a cubic meter of air molecules. At the start of real measure (not proxy methods) we started with about 3/10,000 molecules and now we are at 4/10,000 molecules (no way to tell what % is possibly anthroprogenic)… really? This is what is somehow having ANY influence on ANYTHING? really? Say it went to 10/10,000 or 1/1000 this would have any impact on anything? At best, a possible 0.1% influence. I just can’t get passed this mathematically and physically to go down any path in a discussion on this topic.

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