This is the first reblog on AM.  From the emails received here at AM Towers, we know readers like to keep up to date with the biased and distorted reports on the BBC by its environment correspondent Richard Black.

So readers might be interested to learn that Black is maintaining the tradition of earning cash on the side from organisations who promote climate alarmism, further compromising his ability to report impartially. The Black’s Whitewash blog is defintitely one to add to your reading list.

Black's Whitewash

It appears that my last post has not gone un-noticed in the ecoloon camp:

http://uk.oneworld.net/guides/planet_under_pressure_notes_15th_march

“Attending a specialist conference should be a great way for scientists to escape the tedious attacks on the profession by climate change sceptics. It’s conceivable that Planet Under Pressure 2012 may prove a disappointment on this score.

Richard Black
Richard Black

The conference has drawn attention to itself by hiring the BBC Environment Correspondent, Richard Black, as a panel discussion moderator. Black is a hate figure for the sceptics who accuse him of compromising BBC principles of impartiality in his reporting on climate change.

His movements are tracked by the organised underworld of sceptic bloggers – if Richard Black shows up at your event, you’re tainted by association.

So far, the organisers of Planet Under Pressure 2012 have escaped censure. In yesterday’s outpourings they even enjoyed a little faint praise:

they have formed a board of patrons…

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  1. 1 The Gray Monk 16/03/2012 at 7:10 pm

    Certain elements of Western Society see to thrive on visions of Apocalypse. If not a nuclear holocaust – CLIMATE CHANGE!

  2. 2 don wreford 17/03/2012 at 5:45 am

    If the World consumes 82,769,370, barrels of oil per day, besides the use of gas and coal and uranium, is it not conceivable this energy being converted in to heat, could be heating up this Planet?
    I am aware this is not science as follows, nevertheless when a motor vehicle has been running for minutes, if one puts ones hand on the engine it is hot enough to burn flesh, it should not be a problem for mathematicians to calculate heat generated on a daily basis to give us some idea as to what this is as a approximation of heat generated.
    Whatever the answer is, surely this heat must contribute and be significant over time?

  3. 3 Span Ows 17/03/2012 at 9:25 am

    Don, yes it is conceivable as are a myriad of ways that the heat is dissipated. What you say is what the whole bandwagon began with: global warming. Since this is now not the case – or at least since the evidence given for it is now not solid – they have changed the meme to ‘climate change’.

  4. 4 Brian H 17/03/2012 at 6:59 pm

    Edit;
    “is defintitely one” definitely needs adjustment.

    don, the wandering one!
    Ever hear of “a spit in the ocean”? The calcs have been done, many times, and it just doesn’t amount to much. A trivial variation in cloud cover would have far more effect.

  5. 5 Brian H 17/03/2012 at 7:01 pm

    As for Black, I guess he just wants to get a dollop of all that gravy flowing past …


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