Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Peter Lilley on climategate - as not seen on the BBC

H/T To play political.

I note that Peter Lilley is a very unusual person - a scientist who's a politician. We need more like him.

Note Conservative home is catching up on the grass roots backlash against the green fascism of AGW.

PS Fancy having to get this from Russia today and not the BBC ! ( Since Peter Lilley is clearly well qualified to understand the science and politics it would seem odd we don't see him on our TV more - odd that is unless you take into account the inbuilt BBC Bias ).

Update: Now the comedian's are getting on the act - you know its serious.


Letters From A Tory said...

The BBC, like many other organisations, is mounting a concerted fightback after Climategate and will not any politician, be they Conservative or not, get in the way.

Anonymous said...

Pity he cannot do his tie up! I know it is picky but attention to detail is what Climategate is all about.
Talks sense though.

Matthew said...

Peter Lilley is not, has never been, and never will be a scientist. What gave you that idea?

He's an economist. Lilley is also a paid non-executive director of Tethys Petroleum Limited – a giant oil and gas exploration company.

Make of that what you will.

Man in a Shed said...

@Matthew - that certainly what Wikipedia says. However his web site states he studied Natural Sciences and economics at Cambridge. I think that means he's either telling porkies or he good good grades at A level in sciences and could handle one of the tougher University courses.