Apocalypse Cancelled (Calgary)
The Overheated Hype behind Global Warming
Guest Speaker: Lord Christopher Monckton, Viscount Monckton of Brenchley and former Science Advisor to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
Calculations suggest that humankind's influence over the climate is, and will remain, negligible and largely beneficial, in that it will to some extent mitigate the global cooling which solar physicists expect to commence in about ten years' time. It is better to address real problems (such as environmental degradation, Islamic terror, Chinese neo-militarism, Russian neo-imperialism, drugs, disease, involuntary poverty, the bureaucratic-centralist extinction of democracy) than to address the non-problem of anthropogenic "global warming". Even if it were a problem, the solution no longer lies in our hands – Climate change is a non-problem, and the correct policy response to a non-problem is to have the courage to do nothing. This event has limited space, book now.
Christopher Monckton, Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, is a devoted admirer of the Commonwealth, friend of Canada, former policy advisor to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, author, journalist, broadcaster, outstanding public speaker, and Peer of the Realm, will present on all aspects of the debate on manmade “global warming” – climatological science, economics, international politics, mitigation and adaptation, ethics, and the real-world dangers from which the global warming debate has become a troubling diversion. Educated at Harrow School and Churchill College, Cambridge, BA (Honours) Classics, 1973; MA 1974. Lord Monckton also holds a degree in Journalism Studies from Coleg Y Brifysgol, Caerdydd (University College, Cardiff) 1974.
Date: October 2, 2009
Place: Cardmium Room (Main floor), Calgary Petroleum Club, 319 - 5th Ave SW
Time: 12 noon - 1:30 p.m.
Additional Notes: REGISTRATION & CANCELLATION POLICY: Registration must be made before September 29th to hold seats. Substitutions are allowed. Sorry, no refunds.
Please RSVP to: Online, Phone: 204-977-5050 or 877-219-0033 ext 1, Fax: 204-957-1570