INVITATION TO MEET THE GREENPEACE CONVERT

Written by Malcolm Roberts, Galileo Movement

Hugh Morgan AC has pleasure in inviting you to a luncheon to hear Dr. Patrick Moore explain why he ceased to be a member of Greenpeace. patrick moore

Date: Monday 27 October 2014

Time: 12 for 12:30 pm

Place: The Australian Club, 110 William St, Melbourne

Cost: $110 p.p. (2-course lunch incl. alcohol)

Pre-payment is required:

  •          To pay via EFT: -Galileo Movement Pty Limited, National Australia Bank Ltd., BSB: 084855, Acc. No. 191696855    please include “Moore Melbourne luncheon” as the Payment Reference.
  •          To pay via PayPal – click the Paypal “donate” button on web site: http://www.galileomovement.com.au/donations.php     please include “Moore Melbourne luncheon” as the Payment Reference.

(Dr.Moore’s visit is not sponsored by the Galileo Movement Pty. Ltd, but is using its banking facilities)

Pre-payment replaces the need to rsvp

If you have any queries, please contact Mr Des Moore on (03)9867 1235 or Mr Case Smit on (07)5473 0475.

Patrick Moore has been involved in environmental issues for over 40 years. He is a co-founder of Greenpeace and served for nine years as President of Greenpeace Canada and seven years as a Director of Greenpeace International. His experience included his membership of the Rainbow Warrior crew when the ship was bombed in Auckland Harbour. 

He left Greenpeace in 1986 because of his concern at the anti-science and extreme political policies it was adopting. He remains concerned about the environment and describes himself as a “sensible environmentalist”. But as such he regards current Greenpeace policies as off beam.  He is visiting Australia to explain why he is now a sceptic of the connection between emissions of greenhouse gases and temperatures and accepts that CO2 actually benefits the environment.

Note: 

DRESS RULES: Gentlemen should wear a jacket and tie. Ladies should wear a dress, skirt or tailored pants.

Comments (3)

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    Yeldir Retep

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    Hi Sunsttommy (AKA Thomas Richards, PSI web-page administrator),

    The truth hurts sometimes, doesn’t it!

    I post my comment again QUOTE:

    Isn’t it time that the misleading entry at the bottomn of the PSI web-pages that “Principia Scientific International (PSI) is a not-for-profit community interest subsidiary of PSI Acumen Ltd. Registered Office: Penhurst House, 352-356 Battersea Park Road, London, England, SW11 3BY” was removed.

    It has been sitting there since PSIA was formed by out=of=work high=school art teacher John O’Sullivan in March 2013.
    As I understand company law, PSI was never a “subsidiary” of PSIA.

    Now that Companies House has posted the GAZ2 notice and declared PSIA to be “dissolved” PSI certainly isn’t a “subsidiary” of any company and has never been registered as a community interest company (CIC), despite John O’Sullivan’s claim (since 17th January 2011 until very recently) that “Once obtaining the necessary start up funds PSI will become ..chartered to operate as a ‘not for profit’ under the rules of the UK’s Community Interest Company (CIC) initiative .. “.

    BTW, USA investigative journalist Andrew Skolnick kindly made a copy of that 17th January appeal for funds by John O’Sullivan (www.aaskolnick.com/global_deniers/psi2.htm).

    Pete

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    Yeldir Retep

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    Hi Sunsettommy (PSI web-page administrator Thomas Richard for those who don’t know),

    Isn’t it time that the misleading entry at the bottomn of the PSI web-pages that “Principia Scientific International (PSI) is a not-for-profit community interest subsidiary of PSI Acumen Ltd. Registered Office: Penhurst House, 352-356 Battersea Park Road, London, England, SW11 3BY” was removed.

    It has been sitting there since PSIA was formed by out=of=work high=school art teacher John O’Sullivan in March 2013.
    As I understand company law, PSI was never a “subsidiary” of PSIA.

    Now that Companies House has posted the GAZ2 notice and declared PSIA to be “dissolved” PSI certainly isn’t a “subsidiary” of any company and has never been registered as a community interest company (CIC), despite John O’Sullivan’s claim (since 17th January 2011 until very recently) that “Once obtaining the necessary start up funds PSI will become ..chartered to operate as a ‘not for profit’ under the rules of the UK’s Community Interest Company (CIC) initiative .. “.

    BTW, USA investigative journalist Andrew Skolnick kindly made a copy of that 17th January appeal for funds by John O’Sullivan (www.aaskolnick.com/global_deniers/psi2.htm).

    Pete

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    its.not.co2

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    I’m trying to help you John O’ and other PSI members. Water vapour cools, so the GH conjecture freezes.

    I’m not wasting time here – this and future comments are just copies of ones I have written on other blogs.

    I have proved (using 2nd Law) that gravity forms a temperature gradient (both upwards and downwards from the altitude of radiative balance in a planet’s troposphere) which most certainly raises the surface temperature in any planet with a significant atmosphere because thermal energy can transfer in all directions when thermodynamic equilibrium is disturbed.

    The Venus surface is about 735K. The base of the nominal Uranus troposphere is about 320K. You have no explanation as to how the necessary thermal energy gets to these locations. I have.

    Earth’s surface would be about 300K (due entirely to the gravito-thermal effect) but for the cooling effect of water vapour, which I have confirmed from 30 years of temperature data from three continents.

    I answer “Absolutely NO” to the IPCC assertion that radiation determines these temperatures at the base of planetary tropospheres and thus in any surfaces at that altitude. Try explaining temperatures on Uranus with radiation! And, by the way, you have no valid explanation as to how the Sun’s direct radiation into the surface could warm Earth’s surface to a mean of 288K when all it could do is support a temperature of -35C in an asphalt paved Earth.

    If you think you have such an explanation, complete with computations and empirical proof that water vapour warms by at least 10 degrees for every 1% then there’s a $5,000 reward on the table for your proof.

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