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Aussie Climate Forum: The Climate Data – Come check for yourself!

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One Nation Public Forum: The Climate Data – Come check for yourself!

http://theclimatescepticsparty.blogspot.com/2017/03/one-nation-public-forum-climate-data.html

Press Release from the Office of Senator Malcolm Roberts: Dear ColleaguesYou are invited to One Nation’s Public Forum “The Climate Data – Come check for yourself” on Wednesday 29 March at Parliament House.Senator Roberts and guests will deconstruct a sample out of 250+ data sets used by the United Nations IPCC. These data sets are taken from NOAA, BOM, The Scripps Institute, The Hadley Centre and other international data Centres.An invitation has also been extended to the Chief Scientist, CSIRO Chief Executive and staff, and the Director of the Bureau of Meteorology to attend and engage in these discussions.Registration DetailsDate: Wednesday 29 MarchTime: 7.00 – 9.00pmWhere: Main Committee Room, Parliament HouseRSVP: COB Monday 27 March to E: [email protected], or call 07 3221 9099On the night6.00pm: Arrival at Parliament House if you require signing in7.00pm: Public Forum commences – overview of data, Q&A and discussions9.00pm: Evening concludesIf you are unable to attend you can watch it at https://www.facebook.com/malcolmrobertsonenation/ as the evening’s proceedings will be streamed live on Facebook.Please advise of any special mobility requirements you may have so we can ensure your needs are met.Come along and check the climate data out for yourself. I look forward to hearing from you.Yours faithfullyBoston WhiteOn behalf of Senator Malcolm Roberts

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