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Interviews.
Dr Brady interviewed on the TV or radio..
Responses.
The Mirrors and Mazes team hit back at fake journalism.
YouTube Talks.
Focused, shorter talks about the climate debate from the Mirrors and Mazes studio.
Slideshow Presentations.
More rounded, longer presentations about the climate debate from Dr Brady's public talks with accompanying slides. 

Posing questions and challenging thinking on the climate debate!


Interviews/Announcements

Leighton Smith, NewsTalkZB Radio, on Mirrors & Mazes: A guide through the climate debate

To you New Zealanders out there across the Tasman Sea, Leighton Smith, News-Talk-ZB radio broadcaster, has just recommended the Mirrors & Mazes climate guide & announced its backing by leading US scientists.




Leading US scientists back the 'Mirrors & Mazes climate guide', Chris Smith Afternoon Show, 2GB

Chris Smith, 2GB, announces that two leading USA scientists (one who has advised Trump) have just recommended the little-known 'Mirrors & Mazes' book for its remarkable ability to show everyday people, not just scientists, the wonder of the climate system and how carbon dioxide is NOT driving modern climate change.

The accolades are from world famous physicist, Emeritus Professor William Happer and Dr Willie Soon, Senior Researcher, Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics.
Aired 28th November 2017.

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Dr Howard Brady with Chris Smith, 2GB, aired 8 June 2017

Dr Brady catches up with Chris Smith to chat about all the recent climate news, from Trump's decision to exit the US from the Paris Climate Agreement, to the excellent article Clive James wrote in the Weekend Australian, savaging climate change alarmism. Chris should be commended for his dogged attention to helping expose what should be the biggest non-issue of our time. Aired 8th June 2017.

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Dr Howard Brady with Chris Smith, 2GB, aired 15 February

Dr Howard Brady returns to The Chris Smith Show to talk more with Chris about the climate debate, take questions from listeners and take a closer look at the scandal about how dodgy satellites are giving false sea level readings. Aired 15th February 2017.



Dr Brady with George & Paul, 2UE Talking Lifestyle

Paul & George (2UE 954AM - Talking Lifestyle) chat to Dr Howard Brady about a so called ‘landmark’ scientific paper released just before the Paris Climate Conference.

This paper claimed there has been no slow down (that is pause or hiatus) in global temperatures over the last decade (2000-2012).

Dr Brady and Paul & George examined claims by whistle-blower, Dr John Bates (a top NOAA scientist), that the paper was biased with a dodgy treatment of data and rushed out to influence World Leaders before they met in Paris for the climate meeting. Aired 11th February 2017.



Dr Howard Brady with Chris Smith, Alan Jones Breakfast Show

Chris Smith (2GB 873AM - Alan Jones Breakfast Show) interviews Dr Howard Brady about Mirrors and Mazes: A guide to the climate debate. Aired 31st January 2017.





Responses.

Dr Howard Brady's team (Mirrors and Mazes) respond to Media Watch


In 2017, ABC News continue to fearmonger catastrophic sea level rise predictions through selective reporting. Their show, Media Watch, ran an infamous segment 6 years ago, using the very same narrative, and discredited a number of people who dared question this doomsday story. Well, here, the Mirrors and Mazes team examine that segment and look at where sea level is at today.




YouTube Talks.
#EvilsofSimpleClimateEnthusiasm

Powerful video showing how simple ideas with the best intentions have led to some of the worst outcomes throughout history.

The panic by climate catastrophists is no different. Tending to extremes, their enthusiasm and emotion is clouding reason and science, and the influence of religion is being easily misused.


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50 Shades of Climate Change

We are being told of record world temperatures due to man-made global warming. Is it truly the hottest time in human existence?

Thermometers paint a picture of world temperature for over the last 150 years, but what do fossils and ice-cores tell us about the last 10,000?

How were Germans growing olives on the Rhine river 2000 years ago? What were temperate oak forests doing in the middle of Norway and Sweden 8000 years ago? When did the Vikings have cattle stamping around Greenland? Who was the King whose army galloped across the Baltic Sea to invade Denmark?

And has temperature really been dancing in step with rocketing carbon dioxide increases? Or is there something else going on?




Faulty satellite used to predict catastrophic sea level rise

Over 70% of the world's population live near coastlines or rivers affected by the sea. We are being told that sea level rise will rise up to 1 to 5 metres in the 21st century! But where do these statements come from and what are they based on? Is sea level really accelerating or rising at a steady rate? What systems are being used to make these measurements, and how do they differ? Told by Dr Howard Brady, Alumnus Scientist of the Year, Northern Illinois University, and who undertook four expeditions to Antarctica with the US Office of Polar Programs.



Why climate models are mere toys

Scientists parade their computer models that come with all the bells and whistles and supposedly predict the climate. But how good are they really?

How long have civilisations been using models and how were they tweaked over time? Is it true those by the Ancient Greeks were still being tuned in the Middle Ages? And, more recently, who ran the first climate model on a computer, which had only half a meg of RAM and took 30 days to run the program!

How are modern climate models actually made? Would a detailed climate model really take longer than the age of the earth to run on the world's fastest super-computer? Is there enough information about the patterns of longer and larger natural cycles affecting the climate, such as sunspots, to be able to incorporate them into the models? And what is the dilemma that clouds pose for modellers?

What's the IPCC's view of the use of models and their limitations for predicting the climate? Do they practise what they preach? And what is the difference between predictions and projections!

Is an obsession with technology replacing good science? Do the models justify spending millions of dollars on infant energy technologies and restricting the economies of developing countries?

Or...are we really just dealing with children playing with mere toys?




LESS storms, MORE havoc, due to rising population densities

We are being told storms are becoming more violent and more frequent. But what were the great storms of the past like? What do weather records indicate about storm frequency and intensity? Are rising population densities simply more prone to losses of life and infrastructure damage?



Pope is being deceived about climate change

How good is a religious organisation at getting scientific advice? And how does it get scientific advice? Here we look at the the Catholic Church and the Pope, the figurehead for over one billion Catholics. The Pope is being advised by Hans Joachim Schellnhuber (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research) who is telling him that the world is warming catastrophically. But is the Pope really getting the best advice about climate change?




Slideshow Presentations.

Climate on Steroids (Slideshow Talk)

We are being told temperatures are set to skyrocket, seas to rise catastrophically and to brace for severe storms. But are these climate forecasts solely just the creation of their prophets? What exactly did they inject into their models for them to look like this? Well, here we have a very good look at Frankenstein's monster.

This is a recording and accompanying slideshow of Dr Howard Brady's talk, 'Climate on Steroids', from one of his presentations.




Is Carbon Dioxide really in the driver's seat? (Slideshow Talk)

We are told that Carbon Dioxide is the Champion Greenhouse Gas. That it is the one that drives temperature, causing it to rise. But does it meet the hype? What other contenders are out there? What gas is the true 'King of the Ring'? 

Well, here we look at figures from history who have contributed to the career of carbon dioxide, from the 19th Century's Svante Arrhenius to James Hansen, and how it was put on this pedestal. And then we look at those who discovered and backed the true, undefeated champ.

This is a recording and accompanying slideshow of Dr Howard Brady's talk, 'Is Carbon Dioxide really in the Driving Seat?', from one of his presentations.




50 Million Shades of Climate Change (Slideshow Talk)

If a climate optometrist gave us climate glasses for various periods going back in time, it is amazing how we would interpret, or perhaps reinterpret, climate history.

Here we go on a journey to look at climate over the ages and also the climate cycles that are operating at different timespans and varying areas of space.

This is a recording and accompanying slideshow of Dr Howard Brady's talk, '50 Million Shades of Climate Change', from one of his presentations





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