Link To My 2014 ICCC Talk Posted On The Heartland Web Site

Bear with the first few minutes to get to the good stuff.

Tony Heller, ICCC9 (Panel 9) | Climate Conferences

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32 Responses to Link To My 2014 ICCC Talk Posted On The Heartland Web Site

  1. _Jim says:

    Ummmm … audio track *may* be missing.

    I just checked the PC here by playing the AC DC tune below so …

    .

  2. kim2ooo says:

    THANK YOU! 🙂

  3. _Jim says:

    Nice to have the graphics added-in.

    And the audio captions work too. But, no sound …

  4. hazze says:

    So short…so devastaing…ought to bee televised globally..it would cure the madness..beautiful 🙂

  5. Latitude says:

    excellent……a lethal blow….and should be mandatory for everyone to see it

  6. Jeffk says:

    It’s ok if you’re not camera friendly. A lot of TV friendly public figures are fools. Keep doing what you’re doing.

    • Jeffk says:

      And audio works fine on iPhone.

    • Eric Simpson says:

      That was an excellent presentation, especially in light of the technical issues. I thought Tony looked very good, definitely camera friendly.

      • Bill says:

        I agree. Good job. Given how caustic you are at times on your blog, I expected you to be a bit different but you come across as a very warm, down to earth guy.

        Can you post the powerpoint file so I can see the rest of your slides?

        Thanks.

  7. Eric Simpson says:

    On the NASA graph 1910 was one of the coldest years on record.

    On top of news accounts of glaciers melting en masse in 1910, it’s interesting that the record for the hottest global temperature ever was set in 1913. That makes a lot of sense, the coldest year, the hottest temperature. We should have had the all time coldest temperature record set around 1910, but no, it’s the opposite. And after nearly a century of accelerated hockey stick style warming, that’s the time to set the all time record for … the coldest temperature? Well that’s what happened, with the thermometer record for the coldest temp set in 1983, and the satellite record, 2010. Something’s bogus about the official temperature record.

  8. SMS says:

    Next time make them give you more time. You only covered a small part of the conspiracy of lying by the alarmists, media and bought off scientists. There is so much more to tell that you have made public through this blog.

  9. Rick K says:

    Tony, thank you. For all you do, and put up with, thank you.

  10. Phil Jones says:

    Great presentation Steven/Tony….!!

  11. gregole says:

    Excellent and informative presentation combining data with historical perspective. Tony, I don’t know how you manage to get so much done in so little time. You are a genius!

  12. Antero Järvinen says:

    Thank you! Would it be possible for me to have some of your power point slides? I could use them in my Subarctic ecology courses at the border between Finland and Norway (northern Lapland). Best, Antero

  13. ducdorleans says:

    Steven,

    I had been looking to no avail on the Heartland website, but finally it arrived … a very nice 15′ presentation, you say and demonstrate a lot in that short amount of time … for lack of better words, I would use “a robust presentation”, but that might get me banned here …

    one doesn’t have to be a rocket scientist to understand what you are saying, but mind you: you will hardly convince any CAGW believer, because that is what it is all about; believing vs. rational thinking …

    keep up the good work please …

  14. ozspeaksup says:

    nice to have a face/voice to go with the great info.
    🙂
    definitely sending the link around.
    thanks for all the amazing work you put in.
    I love the past paper report makes it REAL hard for people to deny things arent kosher nowdays:-)

  15. matayaya says:

    If the glove doesn’t fit, you must acquit.

  16. Jack says:

    Great job!! Seriously, have you considered posting the pp file. Put you name on every slide and set back knowing that hundreds of disciples are spreading your word. The fruits of your labors would be multiplied.

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