Background notes to the Lang Hancock Memorial Lecture by Christopher Monckton (70 pages)
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Death by consensus p 2
Can we trust the consensus? p 4
Concessions to consensus p14
Can we reliably predict long-term future climate states? p 15
Is the rate of global warming itself accelerating? p 24
Did we cause more than half the global warming since 1950? p 27
How much ‘dangerous’ global warming are we likely to cause by 2100? p 31
Is mitigation by controlling carbon dioxide emissions cost-effective? p 50
What about freedom and democracy? p 61
Save our lords the poor and the sick now or save the planet later? p 63
References p 66
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