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A new dark age for Germany?

Offshore wind power projects pave the way to frequent blackouts EDGAR L. GAERTNER Thousands of bureaucrats are preparing for another cushy climate confab in Cancun — while U.S. Senators Bignaman, Brownback and Reid are contemplating how to ram renewable energy standards through a lame-duck session of Congress.  If they’re wise, American voters and congressmen will pay extra careful attention to the awful dilemma of German climate and energy policy, as exemplified by recent events and make sure their country doesn’t make the same “green” mistakes Germany did. Barely two months after the inauguration ceremony for Germany’s first pilot offshore wind farm, [...]

By |2012-09-19T23:07:21+00:00December 1st, 2010|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on A new dark age for Germany?

Ernst Georg Beck died this week after a long battle with IPCC

My friend Ernst Georg Beck died this week after a long battle with cancer. Ernst Beck was a biology teacher at the Merian technical grammar school in Freiburg and co-founder of the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE) in Jena. He was a teacher of the old school, whom nobody could lead up the garden path. If a statement of politicians did not fit into its solid scientific conception of the world, he examined it by intensive study of international technical literature and, if possible, by own experiments. His website www.biokurs.de is still a treasure trove for everybody, who prepares [...]

By |2012-09-19T12:13:56+00:00September 24th, 2010|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Ernst Georg Beck died this week after a long battle with IPCC

Germany’s new energy plan is a bridge to nowhere

by Edgar L. Gärtner In early September 2010 the German government has presented its draft of the new energy plan . When reading this concept one feels strongly reminded of a common definition of ‘totalitarianism’ stated in Paul Berman’s ‘Terror and liberalism’ : „Mass mobilisation politics for unreachable goals. “, because this plan allegedly sets the direction into a environmentally-friendly, reliable and affordably energy supply, however  is based on poorly functioning techniques and on calculations that don’t add up. An important way to reach the goal of a reliable and payable power supply is the extension of the operation periods of [...]

By |2012-09-19T23:55:21+00:00September 23rd, 2010|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Germany’s new energy plan is a bridge to nowhere

Swine Flu H1N1: WHO declares the invented pandemic to be over

Following the suggestions of her strong emergency committee, WHO General-Director Margaret Chan now officially declares the swine flu epidemic to be over. This official statement was made 15 months after an allegedly new flu virus H1N1 was notified in Mexico and after having alerted a pandemic in June 2009.

By |2012-11-13T17:45:50+00:00August 12th, 2010|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Swine Flu H1N1: WHO declares the invented pandemic to be over

Confounding cause and effect can lead to Apocalypse

by Edgar L. Gärtner We neither need the Maya calendar, nor the prophecies of Nostradamus or Malachias, in order to be able to clearly recognize that the end of our intimate world approaches. Not only around Christmas 2012, but at the end of the current year, the cracks in the walls of the welfare-state organised European house will be so significant that the danger of collapse will be obvious. With this, it also becomes clear that it does not require global warming, earth quakes or other natural catastrophes, to get closer to the apocalypse. The galloping reality loss of our political class is [...]

By |2010-05-31T12:39:59+00:00May 31st, 2010|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Confounding cause and effect can lead to Apocalypse

Petersberg Climate Dialogue: Merkel and Röttgen try to Dispense with the Drama

By Edgar L. Gärtner Sophisticated self-deception As already mentioned, the end of the Copenhagen climate summit at the end of 2009 demonstrated that the climatic political course of the European Union and particularly Germany lost  its attractiveness in the world enormously.In view of the fact that Europe’s economy has stagnated as the only world region in the 21st Century and is barely able to cope with the challenges of the financial crisis, more and more state heads do not like to follow the climate political out-ride of Germany. The socialist government of Australia has right now suspended the execution of its [...]

By |2010-05-11T09:10:31+00:00May 11th, 2010|CFACT Europe|1 Comment

Flight bans: A lesson about the Precautionary Principle

by Edgar L. Gärtner Just in time before the first business failures caused by several-day-long flight losses, the air traffic in Western and Central Europe slowly got off the ground after the complete flight ban. A good opportunity to take stock and to summarise what one can learn from the political crisis caused by a comparatively small volcanic eruption. I would like to leave the presumption of a possible story behind the story of the Icelandic ash cloud to one side and focus on what generally accessible media communicated. It grabs one’s attention that the problem is not the volcanic eruption, [...]

By |2010-04-27T16:48:01+00:00April 27th, 2010|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Flight bans: A lesson about the Precautionary Principle

Hangover Breakfast in Bonn After Copenhagen Fiasco

by Edgar L. Gärtner There were no significant steps taken toward a new global waming treaty at the April meeting in the Bonn Maritim Hotel of two ad hoc working groups of the UNFCCC parties. The official purpose of the conference was for the industrialized nations to negotiate additional obligations on the carbon dioxide reductions and their long-term co-operation with poorer countries. Two thousand delegates met in the conference centre’s elegant halls. NGOs demonstrated on a pile of broken glass […]

By |2012-09-19T23:51:57+00:00April 13th, 2010|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Hangover Breakfast in Bonn After Copenhagen Fiasco

Nuclear Energy from France or Frequent Blackouts

Climate Politics Means Chaos on the German Power Market by Edgar L. Gärtner “There is at present no other industry in Germany, which is torn up and directionless like the electricity industry. Reason is the dominance of environmental aspects in the energy and especially in the electricity politics.” Thus begins an analysis of the questionable developments on the German electricity market published in the business section of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) on 25th March 2010. Mind you, it concerns not experimentally provable environmental and health problems like ruining of landscapes through high voltage routes or through electrical smog, but the so-called [...]

By |2012-09-19T23:07:21+00:00March 27th, 2010|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Nuclear Energy from France or Frequent Blackouts

World Water Day: Topsy-turvy World or False Ecology

Water is low on the United Nation’s priority list  by Edgar L. Gärtner “Clean water for a healthy world“ is the theme of today’s 18th annual international World Water day. UN general secretary Ban Ki-Moon did not miss out the opportunity to point out that clean water is a scarce commodity on our watery planet and is becoming scarcer due to climate change. 80% of the infectious diseases in developing countries are caused by contaminated drinking water, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). One and a half million children reportedly die every year through the consumption of contaminated water. If the [...]

By |2012-09-19T23:02:07+00:00March 22nd, 2010|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on World Water Day: Topsy-turvy World or False Ecology

Global Warming, Post Normal Science Fake

What a pity that my book ‘Eco-Nihilism’, published in 2007 in Germany, has never been translated in English, because you can find there a special sub-chapter on the dangers of ‘Post Normal Science’ (PNS). Recently James Delingpole in the British ‘Spectator’ and in his ‘Telegraph’-Blog  found that the concept of PNS, developed already in 1991 by Marxist Philosophers Silvio Funtowicz and Jerome Ravetz, was probably the basis of the Global Warming deception that was revealed, last November,through the publication of confidential e-Mails from the Climate Research Unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia (‘Climategate’). […]

By |2010-03-03T11:41:03+00:00March 3rd, 2010|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Global Warming, Post Normal Science Fake

The Imposters are not giving up

“Climategate” as an argument for a World Environment Organization The sudden but not unexpected resignation of the head of the UN Climate Secretariat in Bonn Ivo de Boer is feeding speculation about an imminent collapse of the whole global warming swindle. Only a few days earlier, Phil Jones, a leading member of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and former director of the Climate Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia, substantially admitted in the British newspaper “Daily Mail”that the accusations on the basis of leaked confidential e-mails from CRU (“Climategate“) were well founded, i.e. that the [...]

By |2010-02-20T13:44:52+00:00February 20th, 2010|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on The Imposters are not giving up

Is it Possible to Found World Politics on Science?

When I was writing these lines I received a piece of news that an US senate committee had to postpone a debate on Global Warming because of an icy snow storm over the US East coast . However, this weather capriole only confirms what more and more people think. They do no longer believe in man-made global warming. “We are witnessing the Berlin Wall moment in the global warming regime. The statist cabal that has ruled the climate debate since the UN IPCC’s inception in 1988 is now tumbling down before our eyes. The so-called ‘gold-standard’ of scientific review turns out [...]

By |2010-02-11T16:59:31+00:00February 11th, 2010|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Is it Possible to Found World Politics on Science?

Prevention is not Always Better than The Cure

The French government under the ever-energized President Nicolas Sarkozy became aware at the beginning of the year that it was threatened to sit on more than 90 million doses of Swine flu vaccine, hastily ordered last year to face an allegedly advancing pandemic.

By |2012-11-13T17:44:25+00:00January 15th, 2010|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Prevention is not Always Better than The Cure

Fluorescent Light Bulbs: Dark Ages in Perspective

As you know the EU is phasing out traditional incandescent light bulbs in order to “save energy and the climate”. Consumers are obliged to successively replace the simple and cheap incandescent lamps once invented by Thomas Alva Edison by relatively complex and expensive fluorescent lamps with electronic stuff.

By |2012-11-13T17:47:03+00:00January 8th, 2010|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Fluorescent Light Bulbs: Dark Ages in Perspective
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