Thursday, August 14, 2008

The Green Olympics

The green hypocrisy


John Nicklin said...

Green would be a bit of a stretch considering that the air is so thick you can't see across the city when they do show it on TV. What part of the this particular Olympics is so green? Hypocracy is probalbly a good word, considering most of the other descriptors would be too rude to put in print.

Welcome back.

Jonathan Lowe said...

Cheers John,
and yes I am back...with more posts to come. A few non statistical ones first, before we get our hands dirty again.

Paul Spite said...

Dear Mr. Lowe,

While carbon emissions have no discernable effect on climate, the belief they do is netting promoters of this “crisis” billions per year in return for our gullibility. Meanwhile they change nothing of their own lifestyles, though they also live on the planet they claim we are destroying.

Your website leads me to believe we have the same concerns about the profit and power grab masquerading as concern over a non-existent climate crisis. Would you help me promote to your readership, a book I have written? I had hoped if enough people read it, it would create a public backlash against this hoax. I have thus, with my own efforts, been unable to publicize this work.

This book is entitled “A Climate Crisis a la Gore.” It is organized as follows:

• Introduction – What motivated the assembly of this research for public use.
• Part 1 – excerpted ideas from Mr. Gore’s book, The Assault on Reason, regarding what he claims to be the proper and reasonable way to enter an argument or evidence in the marketplace of ideas, the forum of reason, the real power behind democracy.
• Part 2 – An event by event analysis of the claims presented by Mr. Gore in his documentary, An Inconvenient Truth. These are evaluated with simple logic, claims elsewhere in the documentary, the principles of reasoning found in Mr. Gore’s latest book, and against scientific research and findings regarding the subjects of his claims.
• Part 3 – A discussion of the players and special interest groups active in creating the perception of a crisis involving global climate. The history of the movement is examined, motives behind involvement, dollar amounts of profit already being reaped by the various promoters, and what else they stand to gain if America enacts carbon legislation.
• Conclusion – The coming economic storm resulting from an enactment of carbon cap-and-trade legislation and a plea to readers to contact legislators requesting any such laws be reconsidered.

Excerpts can be reviewed and the book can be ordered at by entering the title, ISBN# (978-1-4196-8684-9) or by following the link If you are willing to read or review it, I believe you would be willing to inform your readers of the contents. An informed population of voters is the only real check and balance system we can depend upon.


Paul Spite

Jonathan Lowe said...

hi paul,
give me a buzz at