Live stream from Heartland conference

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  1. theduke says:

    Anthony, Willis and Tom Segalstad are about to give a panel presentation on the live feed from the Heartland Conference. Here’s the link:

    http://www.livestream.com/heartlandinstitute

  2. OK S. says:

    9:59 They just mentioned that Anthony and Willis were going to have a presentation. The announcement says that the Willie Soon, et.al. will start at 10:30 also. Will Anthony’s group be streamed too?

  3. zootcadillac says:

    Unfortunately Anthony and Willis’ panel appears to be in conjunction with that of Singer, soon etc and Heartland are streaming the latter live. Shame. I hope Anthony’s talk appears soon for viewing. Been a great two days. Fascinating as usual.

  4. Robert Clemenzi says:

    For the 10:30 am CDT session only Panel 5 is available for viewing.

    I would prefer to watch Panel 6 (Anthony Watts and Willis Eschenbach). Is there a way to do that?

    (I asked on the Heartland site, but there is no answer.)

  5. theduke says:

    My apologies. It appears that the Soon/Singer conference is the only one being streamed. Maybe they’ll show Anthony’s later. Or he will post it online here.

  6. gnomish says:

    a choir meeting is fine, but i want to know what heartland is going to do about gleick.
    that’s the only thing i want to know about as my consciousness does not require elevation by any activist group, tnx.

  7. Gary says:

    Monckton gives our WUWT host a huge shout out at ICCC7.

  8. For some reason I’m knackered after watching it

  9. Grey Lensman says:

    Can we get a Youtube of the CO2 talk, that was right on.

  10. Heartland plans to post Anthony’s presentation on their website in the near future for viewing any time.

  11. zootcadillac says:

    a choir meeting is fine, but i want to know what heartland is going to do about gleick.
    that’s the only thing i want to know about as my consciousness does not require elevation by any activist group, tnx.

    That was discussed yesterday, apparently against legal counsel’s advice. They have been told to say nothing that might prejudice a case. Howeevr Joe Bast felt he had to comment. The upshot is that evidence has been presented to (I think) the Attorney General’s office responsible for Chicago / Illinois ( forgive me, I’m a Brit, I have no idea how that stuff works over there) and they are still considering whether to bring charges. Heartland have agreed to not, as yet, bring a civil suit which also could hamper any criminal case. That’s about the size of it.

  12. johanna says:

    Text of Vaclav Klaus’ address here:

    http://www.klaus.cz/clanky/3104

    “We have to accept that they have succeeded in establishing the religion of environmentalism as the official religion of Western society, as the religion which asks for a radical transformation of the whole Western civilization. We – at least some of us – have to play with them in the arena chosen by them.

    There are probably more and more people around us now who do not buy the alarmism of the GWD but we have to accept that they are not sufficiently motivated to do anything against it. And they don’t know how. Politicians and political activists, bureaucrats in the national and international organizations, and representatives of the subsidized businesses are organized and due to it are able to push this doctrine further ahead because to do so is in their narrowly defined interests. Ordinary people are not organized and do not have politically formulated interests. They are also not helped by the existing political parties because these parties are not raising this issue either. They are already – almost all of them – more or less captured by the Greens.

    To sum up my today’s simple message: empirical data are important; scientific discoveries are important; the disclosure of malpractices in the IPCC and other “bastions” of the GWD are important; but we have to take part in the undergoing ideological battle. The subtitle of my five years old book was “What is Endangered: Climate or Freedom?” There is no doubt that it is all about freedom. We should keep that in mind.”

    He is President of the Czech Republic, and was in the US for NATO talks.

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