Another week of GW News, December 27, 2009

Logging the Onset of The Bottleneck Years

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Another week of Climate Disruption News

December 27, 2009

Low Key Plug

My first novel Water was published in Canada May, 2007. The American release was in October. An Introductionto the novel is available, along with the Unpublished Forewordand the Launch Talk. An overview of my writing is available here.


P.S. Recent postings can be found in the week archive and the ancient postings can be accessed here, which should open to this.

“As for survival, I’d still bet on it, but more due to the bloody-minded and primitive human instinct for it, which has kept the species around this long, than to any deliberate exercise of intelligence, scientific or political.” -Rick Salutin

7 thoughts on “Another week of GW News, December 27, 2009

  1. “My first novel Water was published in Canada May, 2007”

    Now I understand these people.
    They know what they believe for the future will come true and will have effects over several thousand years as if it happened over a decade.


  2. Hi all you lovers of fudge!
    I work for We have just emailed 27 co-workers of Michael Mann at Penn State offering them a multi-million dollar whistleblower reward. If we succeed and tease someone out we have high hopes of obtaining criminal convictions against the likes of Michael Mann and Phil Jones.

    Check out our story ‘Attention Penn State: Top fraud attorney seeks climategate whistleblowers’:

    I gave our big scoop to James Delingpole of London’s ‘Daily Telegraph’ that you can read here:

    Our message is simple:

    People need to know top lawyers are gunning for these crooks with multi-million whistleblower deals. When the insiders start to come forward then we feel sure the public consciousness will awaken to the strength of our case.
    All the best,

    John O’Sullivan


  3. “Hi all you lovers of fudge” – John Sullivan

    Seems John still thinks he’s at his blog addressing fellow deniers. The world sure is full of kooks.


  4. Wow John – I’m impressed by your credentials (from your website):

    “…British crime writer and legal advocate. John O’Sullivan was born in 1961 in Berkshire, England, the son of immigrant Irish parents. An avid scholar, John taught for twenty years at various schools and colleges in the east of England. His second wife, a disabled former New York correction officer, successfully proved the State of New York was corrupt, in one of America’s longest and most extraordinary sexual harassment cases. ‘Summit Shock’ is her story, and second in the series of ‘Cupboard 55’ novels. Among the author’s other published credits are; ‘The Jimston Journal’, ‘Invisible Ink,’ ‘The Secret Attic,’ ‘Big Ugly Review and’ ‘The Zip Book.”

    So, could you tell us where you obtained your degree in – what was it again? Legal Advocacy? Not sure what that means. Are you a practicing lawyer? Solicitor? Barrister? By the way, what exactly did you teach? Creative writing? Maybe not, judging from your impressive publishing credentials. Short story mags huh? Not a lot of science journals there, but hey, who needs to know anything about science to have an opinion on anthropogenic climate change. Am I right?

    And I’m super impressed by the ‘journalist’ you gave your scoop to. This guy:
    I see a Pulitzer in the making with this guy.


  5. LOL!!!

    Oh my God.

    Hey John:

    Ok, you’re right. I couldn’t turn down the money. I *swear* I am a climate-gate whistle-blower. However, I need to have the money up front for tax purposes.

    Coby, can give you my mailing address to our climate Bob Woodward here? When I get the check and it clears, I will say *whatever* you want me to, John. Promise. Deep Throat had *nothing* on me. (That works at so many levels but never mind . . .)

    (Was it this easy for Monckton, Lindzen, and Horner?)

    Waiting to get paid . . .

    Godammit I want my *check*. Where’s my *check*??!!



  6. Nuclear power is the way to go. While there may be a devastating accident that kills instantly, coal, oil, and gas power plants kill us in the long term. Just don’t build them in or near a city.


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