Video Of My ICCC Presentation

Here is a link to my presentation yesterday. It unfortunately started with a few technical problems. The slides didn’t get projected until I was several minutes into the presentation, the clicker didn’t work and the platform was at a very oblique angle to the screen, so small text wasn’t readable from the podium. Unfortunately this cost about 4 minutes of my 13 minute allotment and I wasn’t able to complete the presentation, but by minute 8 of the video I had figured out how to work with the setup and it went smoothly after that.

The other speeches by Russell Cook and Marc Morano were excellent, and a very good Q&A at minute 50 which is well worth watching.

Breakout Room #3, Breakout Room #3 HeartlandInstitute on USTREAM. Conference

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25 Responses to Video Of My ICCC Presentation

  1. nigelf says:

    Good presentation by all. Now that I’ve seen and heard you I feel more comfortable calling you Tony.
    Keep up the good work.

  2. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Steven aka Tony, for your efforts to end sixty-nine years of false government propaganda disguised as consensus, “settled science,” Nobel Prize-winning Standard Models of reality.

    CHAOS in August 1945 and FEAR of worldwide nuclear destruction let Stalin expand his totalitarian control of the USSR to totalitarian control of the world.

    Click to access CHAOS_and_FEAR_August_1945.pdf

    • omanuel says:

      The video is discontinuous on both my office computer and my phone.

      But skeptics have one big advantage, as you noted in the introduction to your talk, “We’re telling the truth!”

      That instrument can unravel the rest of “Emperor Stalin’s Long Tale!”

      In chronological order, after 1945, The Emperor Purchased Imaginary Standard Models of:

      _ a.) Neutron-Neutron Forces
      _ b.) Cores of Heavy Elements
      _ c.) Cores of Ordinary Stars
      _ d.) Nuclear Binding Energy
      _ e.) Origin of Our Elements
      _ f. ) Origin of the Solar System
      _ g.) Cores of Gaseous Planets
      _ h.) Cores of Ordinary Galaxies
      _ i. ) The Expanding Universe!

      I wish you continued success in exposing sixty-nine years of deceit that enslaved mankind and quietly ended the scientific revolution and constitutional limits on governments in 1945!

  3. _Jim says:

    All presentations were very informative. All, for the most part, info the more astute among us have seen you present at one time or another, but, it is nice to hear your words and intonation to go along with it, as it adds that last remaining bit of human communication that the written word cannot convey …

  4. Climatism says:

    Great presentation Tony.

    Still confused how a pseudonym can analyze obvious floors in the ‘scientific’ temperature record using pre-1999 sat evidence and pre-1978 historical on-the-ground (news) reporting, yet out greatest climatologists refuse or fail to; note, acknowledge, discuss, cross-check or even reference their upward adjustments?!

    It couldn’t possibly be a failure of scientific rigour with all those billions at hand. And surely the scientific experts aren’t mixing science with environmental agenda?

  5. Steve Case says:

    “By 1958 the melting was so bad that the NY Times predicted that their children would be sailing across the north pole”

    Bad? Melting polar ice is bad? What’s the problem with sailing across the north pole? You have allowed the other side to frame the debate by using their language.

    Global warming is not a problem
    CO2 is not a problem
    Warmer weather is better weather.
    CO2 is a necessary component of the atmosphere. More CO2 in the atmosphere is a good thing.

    Other than that, Bravo!

    • _Jim says:

      Bad? Melting polar ice is bad? What’s the problem with sailing across the north pole? You have allowed the other side to frame the debate by using their language.

      Is this an official dispatch from the Department of Orthodoxy and Argument Compliance (the D.O.A.C.)?


      • Steve Case says:

        I cringe every time someone from my side of the coin talks about global warming or the increase in CO2, or loss of sea ice, or receding glaciers, or ocean warming etc, as a problem or somehow a bad thing.

        Official from DOAC?[1] Only if you want it to be.

        [1] DOAC (dəʊ’-æk)

  6. Gamecock says:

    Did Cook ever remember what he wanted to say?

    • _Jim says:

      Cook did fine; first time appearing on the national stage and all …

      • Gamecock says:

        I’m interested in what he was going to say. I presume it will be interesting.

        • Gag. I hate it when such things happen, but we all forgive since this sort of thing happens to basically everyone at some point in their lives. My basic starter was to try to inspire the audience to ask tough questions like I do even though I have no science expertise, but the next segue that I utterly spaced out were two points, the first on how ANYONE understands what a contradiction looks like in any given situation, and that the AGW issue is full of ’em as far as the eye can see from horizon to horizon. Skeptic scientists vs IPCC scientists, polar bears supposedly disappearing despite reports of their population growth, on and on. The second point being that our AGW friends must find skeptic scientists and organizations like Heartland, CFACT and others very irritating, but the people AGWers fear the most is really the general public…… who has every potential of losing all faith in AGW as a settled science. That must scare AGWers to death.

          Of course that all came back to me later, but I wish the ol’ synapses in my brain had been firing correctly at that moment because it would have explained what prompted me to go digging into where the ‘Exxon funds skeptics’ accusation came from. So in a nutshell, not only is the basic science merits of AGW highly suspect, the political stuff people use to shore it up is massively questionable as well.

          Not to worry, though, one moment of severe brain fade won’t deter me from what I do, and I highly advise any and all of you readers to attend one of these when the opportunity allows.

        • Russell, you handled the moment with humor and grace. I liked your presentation and I think you made your main points clear. This nonsense will start crumbling when more people challenge it the way you do.

  7. geologyjim says:

    Nice Job, Steve –

    I share your frustrations with glitchy A/V equipment and with poor rostrum siting that makes the screen illegible to the speaker. It’s really annoying when the speaker is trying to highlight something on the screen with a laser pointer, but cannot see the screen clearly.

    Nonetheless, your presentation was clear and logical. “This is how they showed the Temp history then, and this is how they show it now. What used to be known as warm is now shown as cold”.

    “Clearly, the freezing point of water has changed”. That kind of droll humor is really effective communication (and it makes a memory), at least for those paying some attention.


    • omanuel says:

      I agree. Humor is a powerful weapon, especially when your opponent has essentially ALL the political power and you have ONLY the truth: Earth’s climate did NOT follow AGW predictions and the Emperor’s butt is now clearly visible to all !

      • I. Lou Minotti says:

        omanuel, the truth always outs. It’s the nonsense, misery, torment and senseless loss of human life the truthspeakers have to put up with (and try to prevent) until it finally does. God is still on His Throne. Truth will prevail.

  8. Jeffk says:

    Good presentation. The best part is how your archives of news reports now expose the laziness of today’s non-investigative “journalism.” The truth will set us free, thanks again.

  9. I. Lou Minotti says:

    Nice job, Tony. Thank you. Not only are you a realist, but you’re a genius.

  10. Gail Combs says:

    Darn, Darn, Darn

    I have to get a <strike Dinosaur computer that has audio working. I really want to see these presentations.

  11. “My big thing is just an awareness of history.” Tony Heller, [55:39]

    Mine too. Thank you, Tony. Good job on the stage despite the setup problems.

  12. gregole says:


    Yeah, everybody had (needless) trouble with the AV set up; but you kept cool and delivered; your message is devastating to AGW alarmists because it’s straight-up data, with weather (climate?) history serving as existence proof. If professional climate alarmists are blood-sucking vampires, and they are, you are a .44 Mag loaded with silver bullets.

    Never change.

  13. Anto says:

    That was great, Tony. How to you distill an encyclopedia of fraud into a few minutes of examples? Impossible. However, you managed to get the points across and, I’d suspect, to peak the interest of those who hadn’t looked at the manipulations too closely before.

    Now that you’re out as yourself, rather than your nom de plum, “Steve”, (and I reserve the right to continue calling you “Steve”) I’d imagine that you will receive more invitations to present, and you’ll refine your presentation each time. Good work!

    The truth doesn’t always present itself. Sometimes it needs good people to speak out against the snake oil salesmen.

  14. nutso fasst says:

    I watched in large part to see StevenGoddard, whose climate history tells it like I remember it.

    Good job.

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