Monckton’s Schenectady showdown in the USA

Originally Posted on March 10, 2012 by Anthony Watts @ WUWT
– Updated March 12 – Hartford Echo Player, as recommended by Monckton – near foot of page.
– Updated March 16  – Lord Christopher Monckton :  Nerenberg Lecture 2012 at foot of page.
– Updated March 21  – CHRW Radio interview and Schenectady Environment “Club” attack.
– Updated March 22  – Monckton appeared on the Ray Appleton Show on KMJ 580, Fresno, California.
– Updated Feb 2013  – Nerenberg Lecture – Courtier’s Conundrum – Full Video Available – MUST SEE.
Monckton vanquishes Union College “Greens too yellow to admit they’re really Reds”
Guest post by Justin Pulliam


Attendees listen to Monckton’s speech at Union College. Photo by Charlotte Lehman

THE NEWS that Lord Monckton was to give his “Climate of Freedom” lecture at Union College in Schenectady, New York, had thrown the university’s environmentalists into a turmoil. The campus environmentalists set up a Facebook page announcing a counter-meeting of their own immediately following Monckton’s lecture. There is no debate about global warming, they announced. There is a consensus. The science is settled. Their meeting would be addressed by professors and PhDs, the “true” scientists, no less. Sparks, it seemed, were gonna fly.

Traveling with Lord Monckton on the East Coast leg of his current whistle-stop tour of the US and Canada, I was looking forward to documenting the Schenectady showdown. I have had the pleasure of listening to His Lordship at previous campus events. He is at his best when confronted by a hostile audience. The angrier and more indignant they are, the more he seems to like it.

…… See The Video (sadly the audio on this recording is very poor quality)

….. Continue reading Original Article

Very nearly the same lecture was delivered just a few days later at another venue where the audio was of a much better quality, and you may wish to view this presentation as well (or instead).

The Global Warming Agenda – Lord Monckton Debunks the Myth

Lord Christopher Monkcton speaks on March 8th, 2012 at the University of Minnesota, proving that the science behind the global warming catastrophe theory is mistaken……  (this video is courtesy dwrocker1)


However, perhaps the best Video Presentation of all is the one recommended recently, by Lord Monckton Himself, which plays on a special Hartford University applet – see below.

What Lord Monckton is saying has such enormity and the ramifications so myriad, that perhaps you need to see the information again in any case, to appreciate the scale of the fraud and hokum that is taking place. The player has resizable internal windows, or you can view either window in Fullscreen mode as you desire. This is also the longest and most detailed of the three presentations represented here, and is probably still worth viewing even if you have viewed the others previously.


Click on the player image to open the actual Hartford Echo Player in a new window.
Move Slider – Introduction Starts at 00:08:35 – Monckton Starts Speaking at 00:13:20
Echo Player will probably take a few minutes to buffer, depending on your connection.
If the video fails to start then refresh page. If the video stutters when playing,
then pause the player for a few minutes to allow for stream buffering, or you can,
choose “Dial-in” instead of “Broadband” and get an HQ slideshow with audio track.


 Monckton talks with Michael Coren about the Nerenberg Lecture

Simple calculations done honourably and properly can prevent large and wasteful errors. For example, the cost of abating CO2-driven warming turns out greatly to exceed that of focused adaptation to the damage the warming may cause. Mathematical simplification of complex issues is no panacea and can be abused, but some attempt at rigour is preferable to the merely qualitative, partisan approach that is customary. Uncosted ideology is costly. It is immoral too.

Nerenberg Lecture 2012

 At Last a Recording of the actual Lecture Posted Feb 2013

Here is an interesting video of a relevent radio show transmission ….

Just Right #241 – March 15, 2012. Bob Metz and Robert Vaughan host with special guests, Lord Christopher Monckton, and Professor Christopher Essex of the University. “Just Right”, airs live from the University of Western Ontario every Thursday from 11 am to noon, on CHRW Radio, 94.9 FM (London, Ontario, CANADA).


Play MP3 Stream of the Radio Show, if you prefer, in the “On Page Player” below

alternatively you can . . . . . .

Download or Play the MP3 File with your Computer or other Device.
(right click the above hyperlink to choose options)


Monckton in a rift with Union college Earth scientist and activist

– Originally Posted on March 17, 2012 by Anthony Watts

Readers may recall this piece “Monckton’s Schenectady showdown” in which he schools a number of students despite “en-masse” collections (to use Donald Rodbell’s words) of naysayers. Mr. Rodbell and Erin Delman, pictured below, wrote this essay (which I’ve excerpted below) in their student newspaper The Concordiensis, citing their angst that Monckton was speaking.

A lord’s opinion can’t compete with scientific truth

 Claims Erin Delman, President of the Union College Environmental Club

– photo by Charlotte Lehman

Lord Monckton replied to their attack with a comment at their website where they posted this unwarranted and mistaken denunciation. However it is best explained by Watt’s original article, and do note the literally hundreds of supportive comments for Lord Monckton.

—- To continue reading this story at WUWT Website ( Click Here)

Monckton on the Ray Appleton Show – Fresno, California 22 March 2012

…… There will be more on this thread here later
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