New book by Ian Plimer

Tricky questions

Professor Ian Plimer has written a new book, due to be released in November through publishers Connor Court, entitled:

“How to get expelled from School – a guide to climate change for pupils, parents and punters”.

From the Connor Court website:

Are pupils, parents and the public being fed political propaganda on climate change? Now is your chance to find out. Professor Plimer gives 101 simple questions with answers for you to ask teachers, activists, journalists and politicians. The climate industry adjusts the temperature record and withholds raw data, computer codes and information from scrutiny. Computer predictions of a scary future don’t agree with measurements. Past natural climate changes have been larger and more rapid than the worst case predictions yet humans adapted.  Is human-induced global warming the biggest financial and scientific scam in history? If it is, we will pay dearly.

More information and a pre-order form can be found here.

Comments

  1. David Rosser-Owen via Facebook says:

    Whatever you do, don’t mention the Mediaeval Warm Period. It upsets the warmistas.

  2. I hate the teachers running this agenda into impressionable minds … stop it and teach maths you dickheads!

  3. Linda Muller via Facebook says:

    I’m putting my money on it being a best seller.

  4. @Linda…not with watermelons it won’t be…

  5. @Linda…not with watermelons it won’t be…

  6. Linda Muller via Facebook says:

    @Gary, showing my ignorance … what did I miss?

  7. I think it will be a waste of money.

    You only need to ask 1 question of 99.99% of the warmist crew.

    “Have you actually read any of the science you are putting so much faith in?”

    Answer is almost invariably NOPE!

    That being said I think they will be 101 very interesting and educational questions and I will be buying a copy.

  8. Rick Bradford says:

    I expect voices to be raised soon from the Green/Left suggesting this book be treated in the same way as the Peaceful Pill Handbook.

  9. Plimer (cha-cha-cha)
    Plimer (cha-cha-cha)
    Plimer (cha-cha-cha) etc (think Coalition reception on election night 2010).

    Should be mandatory reading for all. I’ll start with my two teenage nephews. That sorts out their birthday presents!

  10. my young bloke has had a few ‘ debates ‘ with his teachers since i told him the truth a few years ago . @ linda , the term water melon refers to someone pushing communistic doctrine under the guise of environmentalism
    ( green on the outside – red on the inside )

  11. Watermelons = Greens/Socialists. Environmentally Green on the outside, Red Socialist on the inside. Seemingly substantial on first mouthful then the disappointing realisation of very little substance.

  12. @Linda Muller. A watermelon is a greenie – green on the outside, red on the inside. “http://www.amazon.com/Watermelons-Green-Movements-True-Colors/dp/0983347409”

  13. duncan Ford says:

    Heres a couple questions for Ian Plimer.

    i) Why dont you put forward your theories for peer review.

    ii) How much are you getting paid for your directorships on Kefi Minerals,CBH Resources and Ivanhoe Australia .

    A complete con-artist, whos learned from the likes of Monckton that theres no law against saying what you like( and a nice dollar to be earnt)

  14. “theres no law against saying what you like”
    unless you happen to be a skeptic ,,, umm sorry , dirty denier .
    yes , you’re quiet right , but how much longer before there is ?
    threats have been bandied around to tattoo & gas skeptics (oops , sorry , didn’t use the correct term ‘ deniers ‘ again )
    how is that fair & reasonable ?

  15. duncan Ford your information is out of date and incorrect.

    Ian Plimer no longer has a non-executive position on the board of CBH Resources, since its takeover in 2010. As for Ivanhoe Australia Ltd. he is an Independent Non-Executive Director and at Kefi Minerals he is a Non-Executive Deputy Chairman.

    In case you are wondering there is a big difference between a non-executive and an executive director/chairman. A non-executive is a member of the board of directors of a company who does not form part of the executive management team. He or she is not an employee of the company or affiliated with it in any other way.

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