IPCC Doubts: Only the Tip of the Iceberg
Posted by narvanitidis | Filed under Energy sources and climate change
The Titanic of Green Left climate science ideology has been fatally hulled and will soon sink into an oceanic abyss of junk science.
by Simon Mansfield
Gerroa, Australia (SPX) Jan 25, 2010
When social scientists like Australia’s Clive Hamilton get to run hard science processes the outcome is almost always junk science. Over the weekend more reports of s*xed up climate science have emerged casting yet more doubt on the IPCC report, with the myriad of claims that global warming is linked to worsening natural disasters being directly questioned. What policy makers need to keenly understand is that the unravelling of the IPCC report has only just begun and is like an avalanche gathering size and speed and laying waste to everything in its path? Those opposed to taking action on carbon emissions are not going to let these doubts fade away. The growing crisis of confidence in the IPCC report will soon become the dominant thread to the debate and the IPCC report will be declared null and void. Policy makers will need to move quickly to respond to this game changing development. We need a formula for data collection and analysis that answers the doubts and clearly sets out the process and conclusions in a manner that can stand up to basic verification, with quantifiable conclusions that are based on facts not hearsay and conjecture. Over the coming weeks, more and more problems will be found with the IPCC report and what we have seen so far is only the tip of the iceberg. In short, the Titanic of Green Left climate science ideology has been fatally hulled and will soon sink into an oceanic abyss of junk science. But the real tragedy to all this is not the questioning of climate science – it’s the distrust of science in general that will come from this and especially anything to do with the earth (environment) sciences.
Υ.Γ. Στα παραπάνω μπορεί να προσθέσει κανείς ότι ο παρατεταμένος φετεινός χειμώνας στην Ευρώπη και τον πλανήτη με πολικές θερμοκρασίες είναι από τους “βαρύτερους” τις τελευταίες δεκαετίες.