Who is this guy called Helmer?

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16 Responses to Who is this guy called Helmer?

  1. Chris Browne says:

    They were at it again today on the Daily Politics, someone claimed that 98% of scientists agree with “climate change”.
    I’m surprised that it wasn’t 100% as we all know that climate change has always been with us, and always will be.
    What I would like to know is, how many scientists disagree with the concept of man made global warming?
    I know that there are 32.000 signed up to the Oregon petition that are against, (google it) but are their any other measures of those opposed?

    • catalanbrian says:

      I am afraid that petitioning against not believing in man made climate change will not make it go away!

    • omanuel says:

      All honest scientists who support AGW dogma are invited to step forward to address three figures of precise experimental data that falsified “settled science” on the Sun that controls Earth’s ever-changing climate [See Figures 1-3, pp 19-27, Chapter 2].

      https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Chapter_2.pdf

      Who will be first?

      With kind regards,
      – Oliver K. Manuel
      Former NASA Principal
      Investigator for Apollo

    • The Heartland Institute (good people in the US) did a survey of climatologists a while ago, and found that roughly a third agreed, a third disagreed, and a third needed more data. You’ll find that more and more astronomers are starting to think in terms of solar cycles rather than CO2.

      • omanuel says:

        Roger,

        I do not know if the UK government has any control over the UK’s Royal Society, but the US National Academy of Sciences is not unlike a generation of vipers, a private, self-perpetuating organization that reviews the budgets of federal research agencies for Congress with little or no supervision or control.

        To date, not a single member of that organization has challenged the data in Figures 1-3 (pages 17-29 of Chapter 2 of my autobiography) or the conclusion that the Sun’s core is a pulsar remnant from the supernova birth of the solar system.

        https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Chapter_2.pdf

  2. Thomas Fox says:

    Roger might be the next UKIP leader in the EU Parliament like all engineers their physics learning produces common sense ,for what works better other than the vague theoretical political thinking.

  3. Mike Stallard says:

    Mr Helmer, I very much admire both your commitment and your knowledge.
    But I regret to have to tell you that this publicity video was not nearly as funny as that of the next President of the Commission, M. Guy Verhofstadt’s. I don’t know who his script writers are, but the idea of separating his front teeth in that hilarious way was simply brilliant!

  4. Eric Worrall says:

    Great video Roger🙂

  5. limogerry says:

    Very electiony, it has some polish to it.

  6. willing says:

    Where did that clapping at the conclusion of the video come from? It certainly wouldn’t have been any of the Euro leaches sitting in the chamber! Good video Roger, but couldn’t help feeling its message should have been aimed at our own UK governments, as it is only they who can “for God’s sake, go”, and it is they who led us into the slime of the EU quagmire, and who are keeping us there

    • rfhmep says:

      Thanks Willing. The clapping was an editorial addition — the whole thing put together by our Artkel 50 friends in the Hague. I had no influence at all on the content — they selected and edited it themselves. But I like the result. Unfortunately I’m not in a position to harangue the Westmisnter parliament, so I must content myself with haranguing the European parliament!

  7. That worked for me Roger.

  8. I love the video Roger but it was a shame that the music was too loud. I consider the music, which so many video’s seemingly have to have, totally unnecessary and do little to promote the content and sometimes even obliterate the spoken word altogether. However, I saw my fellow county man from Kent, Nigel Farage, looking happy at what he was hearing. Nice one – deserving the applause previously mentioned by willing.

  9. omanuel says:

    Secret efforts to hide information on the abundant source of energy that powers our beautiful, benevolent world from the cores of

    Heavy atoms like Uranium
    Some planets like Jupiter
    Ordinary stars like the Sun
    Galaxies like the Milky Way

    Were first exposed when Climategate emails revealed manipulation of data to fit a political agenda in November 2009, . . .

    http://nofrakkingconsensus.com/2014/02/04/a-historical-perspective-on-hysterical-rhetoric/

    . . . Yet most critics (except Donna Lafamboise) could not then, and will not now, believe that NASA and other federal research agencies were manipulating observations and data to fit the UN’s agenda when President Eisenhower warned of this threat to our form of government in January 1961:

    With deep regrets,
    – Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo

  10. Barry Harding says:

    Good message Roger. Keep hitting them where it hurts!

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