Lord Monckton of Brenchley, also known as Christopher Monckton, has made headlines in the past as a global warming skeptic and because he has challenged Al Gore to debate the issue. New scientific evidence and failed predictions have put climate change challenges back on the front pages. Read Monckton’s biography and see photos and a video here.

Lord Christopher Monckton has written a paper that has the scientific community in a dither. He has mathematically proved that the entire global warming crisis is indeed man-made. Meaning, that there is no crisis, the uproar about it is man-made. He has proved that the computer models used by the UN’s climate panel were preprogrammed to overstate values that resulted in a 2,000% overstatement of the CO2’s affect on the earth’s temperature.

In other words, the U.N.’s statistics were fraudulent and designed to scare people into taking action.

Many members of the Physics and Society Forum unit within the American Physical Society (APS), which represents 50,000 physicists, do not believe that global warming is human induced.

Lord Monckton has challenged Gore to debate him about global warming. Gore has not even acknowledged the challenge much less accepted it. In fact, Gore has not been willing to debate anyone on the subject around which he has started a movement and declared himself to be the high priest.

Lord Monckton of Brenchley Biography

Christopher Walter Monckton was born on February 14, 1952. He is 56-years-old. He is the oldest son of Gilbert Monckton, 2nd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley and adviser to the royal family. Christopher inherited the title in 2006 and became the 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley. He received his education at the Harrow School and Churchill College, Cambridge.

He is a Scottish member of the House of Lords, a licensed day-skipper with the Royal Yacht Association, a member of the Worshipful Company of Broderers and a Knight of the Order of Malta. He is a Catholic Tory. He served as a policy adviser to Margaret Thatcher between 1982 and 1986. In 1999, he invented the Eternity puzzle and offered £1 million to anyone who could complete the puzzle. He also invented Sudoku X and the children’s game Supermind. In 2007 he released his second edition of the Eternity puzzle.

Most recently, he has been a thorn in former Vice-President and current global warming guru Al Gore’s side. He has said of Gore’s film, An Inconvenient Truth, that it is ‘a foofaraw of pseudo-science, exaggerations, and errors.’

He has been called ‘Mr Knowledge’, a well-earned nickname from a lifetime of study and learning and a enthusiastic willingness to share his knowledge.

He suffers from a rare endocrine illness that limits his ability to travel far from his home. Fortunately, his home is rather spectacular and he is able to continue his research and inventions from there.

He married Juliet Jenson in 1990. They live in Rannoch, in the Scottish Highlands north of Glasgow. They have no children.





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