How climate blogging changed my life
Published 16th December 2010 - 2 comments - 1242 views -
When I enrolled the TH!NK About It blogging competition in Copenhagen last year, my only intention was to point out, that solar cycles (such as the 200 year cycle and the 2400 year cycle) have always controlled the climate.
But then my English blog posts were noticed by a well known Czech journalistic website with a catchy name "Invisible Dog" (www.neviditelnypes.cz). Already in 2007 after the Fourth IPCC Hoax Report was published, there was a heated debate there between the best known Czech skeptics and a well known Czech climate hoax scientist (now he is IPCC focal point).
Me and this climatologist, we have exchanged many polemic articles since then.
As perhaps most visible Czech skeptic at this moment, I even got invited to the meeting of the Czech delegation before the IPCC plenary session in Korea.
I started a website www.klimaskeptik.cz (with an English section too) to sum up the arguments of the skeptics in Czech. And to translate the stuff into Czech language. If I don't do it, nobody else does. Because our media are alarmist and refuse to publish any climate realism.
The website got noticed. I was invited to the senate of the Czech Republic as an expert to explain, what is the source of dispute between the alarmists and skeptics. I never thought I would speak in the senate! (you can see photos from the senate seminar at my web)
I was invited to the Czech technical university CVUT to give a lecture about the relationship between solar activity and climate change. My school marks in physics were no good so I never thought I would someday give a LECTURE at a university that deals with maths and physics!
My website is often the only source of information not only for the Czechs but also for the Slovaks. As one of the most vocal Czechoslovak skeptics I was invited to Slovakia to a public discussion about global warming. It was presented by the ex-chairman of the Slovak Academy of Sciences. The best known Slovak alarmist was present too.
I even got an international publishing success. The "Judithgate" affair has gone viral on the internet worldwide. Even the climatologist Tim Ball, known from the film "Great Global Warming Swindle" wrote about Judithgate in one of his articles. I feel honoured.
So it was a year full of surprises and unexpeced success.
I would like to thank to all my readers who have supported me and who have contributed by sending ideas and informed me about interesting developments.
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