The Why, What, Where, When, and How It Was Achieved
DR. TIM BALL
Human Caused Global Warming
The Biggest Deception In History
What Is Normal?
97% Consensus (The Actual # is 0.3%)
Paradigm Shift: Environmentalism
Exploitation of Complexity
Lack of Knowledge of History of Climate Change
Ice Sheets Just 18,000 Years Ago
Sea Level Change
Northern Hemisphere Temperature for Last 10,000 Years – the
The Instrumental Global Temperature Record
IPCC Temperature Projections Versus Reality
Computer Models: Gospel In Gospel Out (GIGO)
IPCC Computer Models: Average of Averages
Inability to Forecast Weather and Climate
Exploitation of Public Lack of Knowledge and Emotions
Measures of Public Climate Knowledge
Misinformation About Severe Weather
Arctic Ice: A Classic Example of Exploitation
What Is Normal for Annual Arctic Ice Melt
You Need a Threatened Animal to Raise Emotional Quotient
The Greenhouse Effect
Deliberate Deception of Public Perception
Early Conflicting Evidence Rewriting History–The Troubling
CO2 and Temperature Over 600 Million Years
Adjusting the Data to Prove the Hypothesis
Stations Chosen to Create the Record
Adjusting the Data to Fit the Hypothesis
Changing the IPCC Reports
The Actual Diagram
Omissions: It’s The Sun, Stupid
The Milankovitch Effect
The Cosmic Theory
The Circumpolar Vortex
Social and Economic Damage
Underlying Motivation: Over-population
Overpopulation Claims in the 20th Century
The World is Not Overpopulated!
Achieving The Goal
Organizational Chart: A Bureaucrat’s Delight
How Politicians and Bureaucrats Deflect, But Retain Control
Structure of The IPCC
How So Few Fooled So Many
Evidence of The Political Objective
The Precautionary Principle
A Few Important Definitions
There is a big problem once you decide to use science for a political
agenda, especially if the scientific hypothesis is untested. If it fails
when tested going forward, the only options are to admit it doesn’t
work or make the evidence fit the story. The people who formulated
the human caused global warming hypothesis chose the latter and
the deception began.
This is a handbook written for the general public providing
information that they don’t hear from their government or most of the
media about how the greatest deception in history occurred over the
last many years. It is the story of how and why the global warming
deception was achieved. The world has not warmed for over 20
years, yet carbon dioxide (CO2) levels continue to rise in complete
contradiction to what all governments are saying. And that in itself
should make people ask a lot more questions than those identified in
This book explains the entire story of how and why global warming,
the claim that human activities produce CO2 that causes
temperature increase, as a scientific issue was exploited for a
political agenda. It is presented in the form of a criminal or
journalistic investigation answering the basic questions, Why, Who,
What, Where, When, and How.
Footnotes or references are not included, but all the material is
available on the internet. If the reader wants expansion of any
section or reference material, it is available in my book The
Deliberate Corruption of Climate Science shown at the end of this
book and on my website at drtimball.com.
Over the years, my challenge to the government version of global
warming became increasingly problematic. Neither the government
nor the environmentalists could say I wasn’t qualified. I am blessed
with an ability to teach and explain complex ideas so people can
understand. This talent was honed by teaching a Canadian science
credit course to arts students for 25 years.
The attacks against me include death threats, large amounts of false
information about my qualifications posted on web sites, including
Wikipedia, and three law suits, two of which are still pending. Most
people cannot believe that such things occur in a supposedly
democratic open society. If you want to test the idea, just say to
people that you don’t accept the idea that humans are causing global
warming. You will be amazed at the vehement reaction you get from
the majority of people, all of whom know nothing about the science.
We live in the delusion that we know what is going on, but we don’t.
Author and medical doctor Michael Crichton described the problem
in the opening paragraph of a 2003 speech he gave in San
I have been asked to talk about what I consider the most
important challenge facing mankind, and I have a
fundamental answer. The greatest challenge facing mankind
is the challenge of distinguishing reality from fantasy, truth
from propaganda. Perceiving the truth has always been a
challenge, but in the information age (or as I think of it, the
disinformation age) it takes on a special urgency and
In this book I am not asking you to believe what I am telling you;
people are tired of being told what to think. I am simply setting out
facts you have not been told by the government or
environmentalists, so you can ask yourself why. Then, put together
what government and environmentalists and the mainstream media
tell you, and draw your own conclusions. I often begin a presentation
by saying “Morning.” Then I point out that I didn’t say “Good
morning” followed by “Make up your own mind.”
This book is dedicated to my wife, Marty, and my sons, Dave and
Tim Jr. My pursuit of the truth and a willingness to speak out
triggered Voltaire’s warning. “It is dangerous to be right in matters
where established men are wrong.” Unfortunately, members of my
family were also victims of the attempts to silence me. For that, I am
forever grateful for their unending support and the sacrifices they
Human Caused Global Warming – dr. Tim Ball ( PDF Book )
CURRICULUM VITAE: Dr Timothy F Ball
Date of Birth: 5 November 1938
B.A., (Honours), Gold Medal Winner, University of Winnipeg, 1970
M.A., University of Manitoba, 1971
Ph.D. (Doctor of Science), Queen Mary College, University of London (England), 1982
1996 – Environmentalist, Public Speaker, Consultant, Author, columnist.
1988-96 Professor, University of Winnipeg
1984-88 Associate Professor, University of Winnipeg
1982-84 Assistant Professor, University of Winnipeg
1977-78 Acting Dean of Students
1972-82 Lecturer, Department of Geography, University of Winnipeg
1971-72 Instructor, Geography Department, University of Winnipeg
1964-68 Air Crew and Operations Officer, Search and Rescue, Arctic and
Western Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba
1962-64 Operations Officer, OTU, 429 Squadron, Summerside, P.E.I.
1960-62 Air Crew, Navigation, Electronics, 415 Squadron, Summerside,
Special Academic or Professional Honours
Gold Medal, Honours Geography, University of Winnipeg
Twice Runner-Up for the Clifford Robson Award for Teaching Excellence
Clifford Robson Award for Teaching Excellence
Atchison Award for Community Service
Graduate Fellowship, University of Manitoba
Humboldt Award, Geography Department, University of Winnipeg
Research Fellow George Morris Centre
Paul Harris Fellow Rotary Canada
Professional Activities Outside the University
Founder and Director, Rupert’s Land Research Centre 1980 – 1996
Member, Manitoba Water Commission 1980 – 1996
Past President, Manitoba Social Science Teachers Association
Past Editor, Manitoba Social Science Teachers Journal
Past Chairman, Canadian Committee on Climatic Fluctuation and Man
Member, Social Science Curriculum Advisory Committee, Department of
Former Board Member, The Forks Development Heritage Advisory Board
Former Board Member, Urban Ideas Centre
Former Board Member, Western Canada Pictorial Index
Former Chair, City of Winnipeg’s Advisory Committee on Hazardous Waste
Technical Advisor to the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association
Former Chair Assiniboine River Management Advisory Board
Former Board Member of British Columbia Agriculture in the Classroom
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Natural Sciences, Ottawa, 1981, Vol. 33, pp. 78-96
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from Hudson’s Bay Company Forts at York Factory and Churchill Factory, 1714-1850,
unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, University of London, England, p. 480
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Region Between 1715 and 1851”, Climatic Change, Vol. 5, No. 1, 1983a, pp. 83-93
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Science Teacher, Vol. 19, No. 4, May 1984, pp. 205-214
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1939 at Churchill, Manitoba, Environment Canada, Downsview, Ontario, 1984, p. 132
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1760 A.D.: Synoptic Evidence Based on Historic Records”, Syllogeus Climatic Change in
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Selected Papers of the Fourth Annual Fur Trade Conference, Minnesota Historical
Society, Editor, Thomas C. Buckley, 1984, pp. 43-51
“Changes in the General Circulation of the Atmosphere in the 1760’s at Churchill and
York Factory, Manitoba”, North Dakota Academy of Sciences Symposium Papers, Vol.
38, pp. 16-18
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Outfit 315:2, Autumn 1984, pp. 48-59
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Climatic Change 1984, Vol. 6, pp. 39-56
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Transition in Central Canada”, Climatic Change 1986, Vol. 7, pp. 218-229
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Water Commission, October 1984, p. 13
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and Rowe, New York, 1986, pp. 324-325
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of the Fur Trade”, Horizon Canada, 1985, Vol. 5, No. 60, pp. 1436-1440.
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Teachers Journal, Spring 1985, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 13-15
“The Climate of Antarctica”, Manitoba Social Science Teachers Journal, Spring 1986,
Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 28-31
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Ministers Conference on the Environment, Calgary, Alberta, 1986, pp. 17-26
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June 1987, Vol. 42, No. 6, pp. 176-180
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Canada: 1770-1820”, Annales Geophysicae, Proceedings of the Annual Geophysical
Society General Assembly, Bologna, March 1988, p. 84
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1989, p. 594
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Dimensions, Fall 1988, Vol. 22, No. 6, pp. 8-14
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Conference for Agricultural Professionals, 1988, Manitoba Agri-Forum, Winnipeg, pp.
“Dauphin Lake, Manitoba: Death of a Prairie Lake?”, Manitoba Social Science Teachers
Journal, Vol. 15:2, 1988, pp. 11-23″
“Lifeblood of a City”, Manitoba Social Science Teachers Journal, Vol. 15:2, 1988,
“Manitoba Climate: Its Impact on Agriculture, Past, Present and Future”, in Proceedings
2nd Sol and Elsie Sinclair Farm Management Seminar Fund Series, 1988, Faculty of
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1500 A.D., Editors, Philip Jones and Raymond Bradley, Climatic Research Centre,
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of the Canadian Committee on Climatic Fluctuation and Man Conference, National
Museum of Natural Sciences, Ottawa, January, 1990
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May, 1990, pp. 4-8
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Managing Agriculture for Profit, Kananaskis, Alberta, 1991.
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Agriculture for Profit, Kananaskis, Alberta, 1991.
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example.” In C.R.Harington (ed) The Year Without a Summer? World Climate in 1816.
1992, National Museum of Natural Sciences, Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa
“The Year without a Summer: Its Impact on the Fur Trade and History of Western
Canada.” In C.R.Harington (ed) The Year Without a Summer? World Climate in 1816.
1992, National Museum of Natural Sciences, Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa
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Aboriginal Lifestyles: The Churchill/Nelson Drainage Basin, Rupert’s Land Research
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Edition, Copp Clark and Pitman. Toronto. p. 604.
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Ball and Houston, 18th Century Naturalists of Hudson Bay, Mcgill/ Queens University
M.G. Dyck, W. Soon,, R.K. Baydack, D.R. Legates, S. Baliunas, T.F. Ball and L.O.
Hancock, Polar bears of western Hudson Bay and climate change: Are warming spring
air temperatures the “ultimate” survival control factor? Ecological Complexity
September, 2007, p 73-84.
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Schreuder.,H., and O’Sullivan.,J. Slaying the Sky Dragon:Death of the Greenhouse Gas
Theory., Stairway Press, Mount Vernon Washington. February 2011.
dr Tim´ s sit is , how surprisingly, erased so that is my motivation to put his work back here.
Just for the sake of it and just to piss off the dark side.
Tim has left this world now for a few years so I think it is a good idea to keep his work alive.
AS it is the big stick to hammer the whole planet on its knees. Obviously.