Hi, Richard Treadgold here.

All my posts have comment sections underneath, but if those aren’t relevant to what you have to say, feel free to get in touch by posting something in the comments section below. If you include your email address I’ll use that, otherwise I’ll respond here.

I welcome suggestions for posts, comments on current events, interesting news, complaints and anything illuminating. If I like it enough, I’ll turn your comment into a post (you could be world-famous in New Zealand).


12 Thoughts on “Contact

  1. I would like to make contact with Terry, please. I am a National Party member as he is and heard in on Leighton Smith’s Podcast. Would he please email me?

    Kind regards

    • Richard Treadgold on November 16, 2019 at 12:00 pm said:

      Hi Chuck,

      I’m sorry, but I’ve only just seen your message, which was waiting for moderation. I’ve sent your email address to Terry and I’m sure he’ll contact you shortly. Any further comments you make here will be published automatically by the system. — Richard.

  2. Brian Wilson on November 30, 2019 at 1:49 pm said:

    I don’t know if you have caught up with the work of Michael and Ronan Connolly, a father and son research team from Ireland. They have spent the last 5 years analyzing data from American weather balloons. The result is that they have shown that the atmosphere does indeed behave like an ideal gas and is not just in local thermodynamic equilibrium as previously thought, but is in actual thermodynamic equilibrium, at least up to the altitude where the weather balloons fail. If we then reference Einstein’s 1919 paper where he states that if a photon of infra red energy comes up from the surface of the earth and contacts a molecule of greenhouse gas, whether it be water vapour, carbon dioxide, methane etc, there will be warming, but only if that gas is NOT an ideal gas and NOT in thermodynamic equilibrium. The Connollys were due to present their paper at a university (as yet unnamed probably for legal reasons) but had to cancel when they were threatened with violence if they turned up.

    If these guys are correct, it is pretty much game over for climate change narrative. Again – a biologist’s view point, but I would like some better insight in to the work if possible.


    • Richard Treadgold on May 19, 2020 at 12:07 pm said:


      Sorry I didn’t get around to replying to you earlier. I’ve read a little about their debunking of the orthodox climate narrative. The Connollys look a remarkable and highly skilled family. But I can scarcely comment intelligently, as I know precious little about thermodynamics and gases. If someone with a good physics grounding could comment on their work, it would help us all.

  3. #Methane the real killer! Have you had enough of #atmosphericmethane destroying our earth and causing 25% of the earth’s increase in temperature? For more go to

  4. Debunking the Narrative with Prof Dolores Cahill, on youtube.

  5. Sorry Richard,
    I tried to reply, nut no reply. Now I’m still trying to work out how to get the link from bookmarks to this space. Honestly, I can do most basics, on iPad, but anything out of the ordinary drives me absolutely up the wall, sorry. It’s on youtube.

    I’ll see if I can work it out

  6. Dave Butler on August 4, 2020 at 11:58 am said:

    I admire the thrust of this website but find it to be all over the place and difficult to follow.
    I am not looking for debate or discussion, but trying to find summarised scientific evidence about the causes of climate change over the millennia. For example a Danish scientist has recovered ice cores from Greenland that show CO2 levels were much higher in the past yet there were no humans to make the CO2. so global warming at that time could hardly be man made. Also we have had global cooling at stages so the take-away seems to be that the temperature changes for all sorts of reasons
    I was pleased to find this website but a little disappointed that it is hard to follow.
    I would like to see a chart of global temperatures over several thousand years through the ice ages correlated to CO2 levels to see the relationship if in fact there is one.
    No need to post – I am just after a source of scientific information.

    • Richard Treadgold on August 4, 2020 at 5:50 pm said:

      Hi Dave,

      Thanks for dropping in and for your questions. I apologise for the disorder you see. I’ve written on everything I’ve researched over about 15 years, amounting to over 1500 articles by now. They cover probably most of what you want to know, since I’ve asked the same questions.

      The search function near the top of each page is pretty useful. I just searched for “RCP8.5”, “global temperature” and “Feynman” and got good results. There are numerous possibilities. You can also explore the Tag Cloud of categories to find articles that will help you. But keep your questions coming if you need more help.

      Concerning the correlation between temperatures and CO2 levels, it seems there’s no correlation apart from the surprising fact (from the ice cores) that it’s the reverse of the IPCC narrative. CO2 levels tend to change several hundred years after global temperature. It’s messy, with noisy data, but it seems hard to refute.

    • Richard Treadgold on August 5, 2020 at 1:21 pm said:


      I just happened on a recent post from June 2020, The UN can’t prove we cause global warming, containing numerous links you might find interesting.

      I hope you find it useful.

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