Featured On Jason Lewis Show with Sue Jeffers

Jason Lewis today, who in turn was filling in for Rush Limbaugh. Most discussion on the program centered on Global Warming. In the first hour, Sue’s guest was Chris Horner, author of Red Hot Lies. I followed to talk about in the second hour and came back to discuss Minnesota Majority in the last half-hour. Listen here:

Sue Jeffers

Sue Jeffers

Sue Jeffers filled in for

Notes on the “Hockey Stick:” Global Warming Bombshell; Breaking the Hockey Stick; Documenting Global Warming Fraud; Hockey Stick a New Low in Climate Science; Hockey Sticks, Principal Components and Spurious Significance (McIntyre / McKitrick report)

5 Responses to Featured On Jason Lewis Show with Sue Jeffers

  1. Marty W December 31, 2008 at 9:04 am #

    I enjoyed Sue when she was in for Jason. I do have one question that I did not get to ask and a point to make. First of all I would like to ask if humans are not changing the global climate, what is causing the changes? I know in the 1100’s the Vikings went to Greenland and found a warm climate and setteled there. It was said that this change was from sun spot activity. Are we in a high sun spot activity time or are we just now coming out of it? If the Globe is warming, why has there been a stedy decline in average temp over the last ten years? Why was 2008 one of the lowest average temps in recorded history. I would also like to know why when ever there is a video posted on the web debunking climate change it is removed. Look at you links for the longer videos.

  2. Neil F. January 2, 2009 at 11:22 pm #

    Marty: The climate of the Earth is always changing. That is not an opinion, that is an absolute fact. There are a number of factors that cause changes to our climate. They include; Solar activity, variations in the orbit of the Earth around the Sun, variations to the degree, or angle, of the Earth’s axis, tidal forces from our Moon, cosmic rays that affect cloud formation, movement through the spiral arms of the Milky Way galaxy, and the composition of the Earths atmosphere, to name a few.
    The warm period that preceeded the little ice age had an average global temperature warmer than the 20th century. There were no cars or SUV’s back then. There are also periods in the history of this planet where the levels of CO2 were much higher than they are today, and the temperatures were much lower.
    The cosmic ray effect is a recent discovery, it is connected to solar activity. When the Sun’s output is decreased, as it has been in this current solar cycle the solar wind is diminished and it blocks fewer cosmic rays from our solar system. When cosmic rays enter our atmosphere they act as an aerosol that helps to form clouds. This can explain it better than I can.
    I hope I have anwered some of your questions.
    As far as videos disappearing from web sites, I don’t have an answer for that. Can you tell me specifically which websites you are talking about?

  3. Neil F. January 4, 2009 at 10:26 am #

    Marty: I looked at the videos posted here on this site, some of them have disappeared from youtube. Three of the videos posted here are gone from youtube, but they are still available at google videos.
    I was actually suprised to find these on google. The people who run youtube, and google are big time Libs, and supporters of the AGW theory. I guess google may just be slightly more open minded than youtube. Or they could just be slower.
    Note to Dan Mcgrath: You may want to change the video links you have to these that I have posted above. Thanks.

  4. Neil F. January 4, 2009 at 10:45 am #

    Woops! I posted Global Warming or Global Governance twice. Sorry about that. The third one, The great Global Warming Swindle, is actually still on youtube here I hope this helps Marty.

  5. Greg F July 6, 2009 at 8:01 pm #


    I live in Florida and can anyone tell me why we had one very cold winter. It was miserable.

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