Senator Malcolm Roberts is a newly elected representative of Qld and from the Pauline Hanson One Nation Party. Senator Roberts & Dave Pellowe discuss what’s been driving the climate alarmism under its various names in the United Nations for several decades, the widely available data, and what we really know and can’t know about humanity’s real impact on the ever changing climate.
My take on climate change in less than 5 minutes. There are only 3 logical but important questions we need answered before we can have a sensible conversation on climate change, and decide on a responsible approach to climate policy. [04:59]
This segment goes into great detail explaining the history, background and contexts for what mainstream media, politicians and other vested interests are still presenting us as “indisputable and settled science.” [26:05]
What are the actual facts? Is the climate “science” supported by empirical evidence that proves human causation? Is the climate changing unusually and will it continue to? Is the atmospheric CO² driving that change? Is human industry causing those changes? Is warming actually detrimental? [13:02]
Is the data different on either side of this important public debate? If not, why are there such radically different conclusions from that data? Where’s the confusion coming from? Has NASA data really predicted catastrophic climate changes as the climate alarmists claim it has? [16:02]
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What is the One Nation policy on abortion? Senator Malcolm Roberts and Dave Pellowe discuss the science and justice of abortion. [05:06]