Sunday, April 5th 2009, 2:51 PM EDT
The following letter to the BBC has come to us for display...
Within the last few days I’ve received three letters from you - well, specifically from your colleague, Mr. Vander, to be pedantic about it. Two are dated 27 March, of which one is referenced 15439897, and relates to the Non-reporting of International Conference on Climate Change, March 2008. The other is not referenced, but relates to a selection of topics, including general bias. The third (Ref: 16124658) is dated 31 May but, self-evidently, is meant to read 31 March. I must say, with you people, it really is either feast or famine, is it not? Months pass with nothing except the occasional bleat for more time; après ça le déluge! Oh well, better that, I suppose, than the more usual echoing silence.
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Saturday, July 18th 2009, 4:45 AM EDT
Dear Lord Rees
To date at least, a grim summer from coast to coast across the North American continent has had its echo as well on this side of the Atlantic. Albeit hedged about with implausible and self-serving qualifications (“Heat gives rise to cold”, “Humans are psychologically not equipped to apprehend long term hazards” - profundities of that kind), in the last some days, a ten year stasis and cooling in world temperatures in the face of rising CO2 concentrations has finally been conceded by that sink of scientific chicanery and malpractice, Realclimate.com.
An equally inept and disreputable UK Met Office remains in stubborn but increasingly risible denial. Although it was foreseen by others (for example, unlike the politically inspired Nature, the scientifically rigorous journal, Energy & Environment) this trend, of course, was totally missed by the GCMs so beloved of global warming propagandists. In short, this seems an opportune moment for a brief review of what the RS persists in maintaining is authoritative climate change science. A few examples follow:
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Sunday, August 30th 2009, 1:21 PM EDT
The following letter has been sent to Rupert Wyndham from the BBC regarding Systemic BBC bias and global warming
and other points made by Rupert to the BBC, we have included the latest communication below.
Dear Mr Wyndham,
I am writing to update you on the progress of your appeal regarding Earth: The Climate Wars.
The editorial investigation is taking longer than expected and so I regret to say that this appeal will not be ready in time to be included with the appeals heard at the Editorial Standards Committee meeting on 30 September.
The next ESC meeting is on 5 November, and your appeal will be heard then.
I apologise for this additional delay.
Editorial Assistant, BBC Trust Unit
Saturday, April 11th 2009, 5:22 AM EDT
This is the second letter from Rupert Wyndham to the BBC, the first was Re: Systemic BBC bias and global warming
. We have included a NewsBuster YouTube on the next section as it's part of the letter and topic.
“11 of the past 12 years are the hottest on record. So that is an indication that they have risen….
Make such claims if you wish, but not, if you please, as if they were papal pronouncements made ex cathedra! Garwood’s claim is totally absurd. Does he suppose that we can’t feel temperatures, as he describes them, through our skins? And, when I say “we”, I mean people at large right across the globe. How does he suppose the cognitive dissonance arises between what the public are told and what they experience on a day to day basis? Or, is the BBC unaware that repeated opinion polls conducted on both sides of the Atlantic have been showing a consistently expanding tendency towards disbelief in global warming propaganda?