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annie27 wrote:so you think this is just my opinion .. :roll: the more you fight the more you look stupid ..and a paid schill . read above :roll:


Or of course he might have gone everso slightly off the rails (right up your street Annie :thumb: )

In his foreword to the 1989 book The Greenhouse Effect[3] Bellamy wrote:

"The profligate demands of humankind are causing far reaching changes to the atmosphere of planet Earth, of this there is no doubt. Earth's temperature is showing an upward swing, the so-called greenhouse effect, now a subject of international concern. The greenhouse effect may melt the glaciers and ice caps of the world causing the sea to rise and flood many of our great cities and much of our best farmland."

Bellamy's later statements on global warming indicate that he subsequently changed his views completely. In 2004, he wrote an article in the Daily Mail in which he described the theory of man-made global warming as "poppycock".
A letter he published on 16 April 2005 in New Scientist asserted that a large percentage (555 of 625) of the glaciers being observed by the World Glacier Monitoring Service were advancing, not retreating. George Monbiot of The Guardian tracked down Bellamy's original source for this information and found that it was Fred Singer's website. Singer claimed to have obtained these figures from a 1989 article in the journal Science, but no such article exists. Bellamy has since stated that his figures on glaciers were wrong, and announced in a letter to The Sunday Times in 2005 that he had "decided to draw back from the debate on global warming".

His opinions have changed the way in which some organisations view Bellamy. In 2005 a spokesperson for the charity Plantlife, of which Bellamy had been president for 15 years, stated that "it would be wrong to ask him to continue [as president]".[citation needed] The Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts stated in 2005 "We are not happy with his line on climate change", and Bellamy was succeeded as president of the Wildlife Trusts by Aubrey Manning in November 2005.

In October 2006 the New Zealand Herald reported that Bellamy had joined the New Zealand Climate Science Coalition, a group trying to refute what they believe are unfounded claims about man-made global warming. In May 2007 Bellamy and Jack Barrett jointly authored a paper in the refereed Civil Engineering journal of the Institution of Civil Engineers entitled 'Climate stability: an inconvenient proof'. In this report they argue that the widely prophesied doubling of carbon dioxide levels from natural, pre-industrial levels was not only unlikely but would also amount to less than 1 degree C of global warming.

In June 2007, The New Zealand Centre for Policy Research (founded by Muriel Newman formerly an MP in the neo-liberal ACT Party) published an opinion piece by Bellamy stating amongst other things that "There are no facts linking the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide with imminent catastrophic global warming".

Bellamy complained in November 2008 that his dissent from global warming has resulted in rejection for his BBC TV programme ideas. However, The Guardian newspaper has pointed out that Bellamy stopped making television programmes in 1994, some ten years before his first public statement showed scepticism about climate change


Personally I would put a lot of it down to the death/murder of his friend Dr Magnus Pyke

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and what ?...knowing your agenda ...how you defend every government plot and plan do you think anyone on here thinks you are not a paid schill...




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annie27 wrote:and what ?...knowing your agenda ...how you defend every government plot and plan do you think anyone on here thinks you are not a paid schill...


'Anyone else on here' ? most employ logic when dealing with others online, so the answer would of course be no (as always).

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iain_smith wrote:the daily express says the deal is worth 2m quid. wotever the correct figure, alan titchmarsh aint worth any sum of money. hes an overrated, stuck up fuckwit.

have u heard his show on radio 2? its enuff to make u want slit ur wrists. the music he plays is depessing, old and belongs in the 19th century. sack him now!!

i can't believe ppl actually tune into his radio 2 show./ its shit, and one of many reasons why radio 2 is so shit on a sunday nite. its bad enuff david jacobs is still breathing!!

after spending many hours of deciphering your text message, i'll ask one thing.
how do you know it's shit if you dont listen to it ? so ergo you must listen to his shows :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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Channel Hopper wrote:
Gunner 51 wrote:He's a pleasant enough chap, so calling him a cunt is a bit much. Even if he is overpaid.


Rich cunt ?


Nope, I just don't think he's done anything truly horrible enough to warrant being called a cunt. He's not like he's killed anyone or cheated on his missus. Though I will grant he does come off as a bit of a tit sometimes.

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Channel Hopper wrote:Then you've never read his 'novel'.

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I take your Alan Titchmarsh and raise you with....

Jeffery Archer :howl:

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The Grieg and Mozart are excellent, can't vouch for the rest though :shock:
The show appears to be for the 60+ bracket. Very safe selection.

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