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Thu, 2012-09-27 18:50Graham Readfearn
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Southeastern Louisiana University has "Honor" Of Hosting Birther Lord Monckton

DR Russell McKenzie, an associate professor at Southeastern Louisiana University Department of Management and Business Administration, is rather pleased with the guy he has secured to speak to students and the public about the economic cost of cutting greenhouse gas emissions.

“We are honored to have someone of his stature speaking,” he told an online university community newspaper. In another story, Dr McKenzie added: “It’s not every day you have the opportunity to have a world renowned speaker to come to Southeastern”.

So who is this global powerhouse on climate change and economics? Sir Nicholas Stern, perhaps, author of the UK government's “Stern Review”? Could it be James Hansen, head of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies and famed climate scientist?

No. The “world renowned speaker” appearing at Southeastern Louisiana University on 2 October is none other than Lord Christopher Monckton, the British hereditary peer who believes climate scientists are part of a plot to introduce a socialist world government.

Wed, 2009-01-28 11:23Richard Littlemore
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Monckton Ridiculed for His Clumsy/Inaccurate/Manipulative "Science"

In this deleriously funny send-up of the work of Chrisopher Walter (the Third Viscount Monckton of Brenchley), writer Gareth Renowden (Hot Topic: Global Warming and the Future of New Zealand) renders a readable parable even while humiliating Monckton for his incompetence and/or his dishonesty.

Renowden has discovered an unsourceable graph in Monckton’s latest paper for the Exxon-sponsored Science and Public Policy Institute. Said graph (which Monckton incorrectly attributes to Curry and Clow 1977) appears to be an inventively modified version of a work published by Cuffey and Clow in the Journal of Geophysical Research in 1977.

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