Wednesday, August 28, 2013


As real temperatures subside, the IPCC heats up the fight | Larry Bell
Sometimes IPCC report statements directly contradict conclusions published by the same authors during the same time period. Regarding any “discernible human influence on global climate,” a 1996 IPCC report summary written by B.D. Santer, T.M.L Wigley, T.P. Barnett, and E. Anyamba states: “…there is evidence of an emerging pattern of climate response to forcings by greenhouse gases and sulphate aerosols…from geographical, seasonal and vertical patterns of temperature change…These results point towards human influence on climate.”

However, another 1996 publication, “The Holocene,” by T.P. Barnett, B.D. Santer, P.D. Jones, R.S. Bradley and K.R. Briffa, says: “Estimates of…natural variability are critical to the problem of detecting an anthropogenic [human] signal…We have estimated the spectrum…from paleo-temperature proxies and compared it with…general [climate] circulation models…none of the three estimates of the natural variability spectrum agree with each other…Until…resolved, it will be hard to say, with confidence, that an anthropogenic climate signal has or has not been detected.”
Summer : Snake Oil Salesman Season | Real Science
Government climate alarmists engage in the same fraud and extortion, summer after summer.
Warmist Off Deep End: ‘Will climate change kill-off humanity? Unlikely, but we may wish it had.’ |
“If humans were to go extinct, the earth would at least have a chance to repair itself…”

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