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The Truth About Energy/Climate: Sponsored by the Dayton Tea Party

The Dayton Tea Party with Ohio Liberty Council  and Cincinnati Tea Party cordially invites the public to hear the truth about climate change and meeting America’s energy needs at the Ohio Energy and Climate Conference, Saturday, February 6, at Miami University’s Middletown campus, from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.  Guests from the Heritage Foundation, the Cato Institute, and the Institute for Energy Research will discuss current and future policy, the science of climate change and energy sources, and practical applications of energy sources with a focus on nuclear energy.

America’s best and brightest energy experts are included in the speaker lineup:

  • Ben Lieberman, Senior Policy Analyst at the Heritage Foundation
  • Patrick Michaels, Senior Fellow in Environmental Studies at the Cato Institute
  • Mary Hutzler, Senior Fellow at the Institute for Energy Research
  • William Tucker, author of Terrestrial Energy

Consider these facts:

  • Climate change is a natural occurrence.  The slight increase in temperature observed since 1900 is entirely consistent with well-established, long-term natural climate cycles.
  • The biggest climate change ever experienced on the earth took place about 700 million years ago.
  • After World War II, there was a huge surge in recorded carbon dioxide emissions, but global temperatures fell for four decades after 1940.
  • There is no scientific or statistical evidence that global warming will cause more storms or other weather extremes.
  • Man-made carbon dioxide emissions throughout human history constitute less than 0.00022 percent of the total naturally emitted from the earth’s mantle during geologic history.

Source:  http://tinyurl.com/68afck

The Ohio Energy and Climate Conference is sponsored by the Ohio Liberty Council’s Cincinnati Tea Party, Cincinnati 9/12 Project, and Dayton Tea Party.

Location

Dave Finkelman Auditorium

4200 North University Blvd.

Middletown, OH  45042

Local:        (513) 727-3200

Toll free:    (800) 662-2262

Tickets

Only 750 tickets will be sold.  Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at http://americanjunto.org/.  The full ticket price is tax deductible (American Junto is a 501(c)(3) organization).

Ohio Liberty Council http://www.ohiolibertycouncil.org/

The Cincinnati Tea Party          http://www.cincinnatiteaparty.org

The Cincinnati 9/12 Project      http://www.cincinnati912project.com/

The Dayton Tea Party               http://www.daytonohioteaparty.com

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3 comments to The Truth About Energy/Climate: Sponsored by the Dayton Tea Party

  • truddick

    So you pull in a bunch of “experts” who are paid by Big Oil and Big Coal, and you intend to contradict the physical evidence and the expert opinions of over 95% of the real experts–and you call it “truth”? There’s postmodern relativism for you.

    Tell me, did you see the article in Sunday’s DDN business section about how global warming is making it possible for investors to lay fiber-optic cable under the north pole in order to speed up digital communications between Japan and Russia? Do you object to their use of “global warming” in that business-related context?

    Tea Party = flat-earthers? Maybe next you’ll be rejecting evolution.

  • Andy

    Well Ruddick, now you are really struggling. We already know that the e-mails from the Climate Research Unit at England’s University of East Anglia indicate the “fix was in” with regard to at least some of the scientific community’s “real experts”.

  • these are not the libertarians you are looking for. the real ones don’t buy the lie that with the right people in charge, the system will be better.

    no, the people made the system. the people are flawed, the system is flawed, and the ‘tea party-ists’ who think they’ll do any better are committing man’s first sin: arrogance.

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