Human Caused Global Warming – The Biggest Deception in History? (Winnipeg)
Guest Speaker: Dr. Tim Ball, Historical Climatologist
Dr. Tim Ball is perhaps the world's most fearless critic of the human-caused so-
called anthropogenic global warming (AGW) theory. He is especially unforgiving about the damage the theory’s global attack on efficient carbon-based energy will have on the living standards of average citizens, particularly the third world poor. The exceptionally brutal onset of this winter has done more than all the scientific attempts to help people question the AGW monolith. The claim that this year’s excessive cold and snow is due to warming is so illogical that even those who don't understand the science have become skeptical. This raises the next logical question - what was the motive for such a vast deception? This presentation examines the fundamental scientific errors of AGW, how they were slipped through the scientific and political establishment, and, most importantly, why.
About the Guest:
Tim Ball has an extensive scientific background in climatology, especially the reconstruction of past climates and the impact of climate change on human history. He is a regular contributing writer for Country Guide magazine and a researcher/author of numerous papers on climate, long-range weather patterns, the impacts of climate change on sustainable agriculture, ecosystems, historical climatology, air quality, untapped energy resources, silting and flooding. He had a long academic career at the University of Winnipeg until he moved to Victoria in 1996. He has a BA from the University of Winnipeg, an MA from the University of Manitoba and a PH.D (Doctor of Science) from the University of London, England.
Date: February 9, 2011
Place: Room 2G, Winnipeg Convention Centre, 375 York Ave, Winnipeg
Time: 12 noon
Cost: $50 per plate
Additional Notes: Registration must be received on or before Feb. 4th to hold seats. Substitutions are allowed. Sorry, no refunds.
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