Sunday, September 01, 2013


Greenpeace in the IPCC: Part II – Shub Niggurath Climate
Several conclusions can be drawn. The report and the key chapter 10 was firmly in control of a group which intended to use Greenpeace material right from the beginning. The chapter was built around the Greenpeace narrative.
But the drafts make clear the problems go deeper. The IPCC shepherded Greenpeace’s [R]evolution scenario through the report drafting process, sequentially incorporating its claims and substituting placeholder references in stepwise manner.
Climate change: warm words and cool waters | Editorial | Comment is free | The Guardian
There is a serious debate about why observed temperatures have not kept pace with computer-modelled predictions
Bolivia - Snowfall more than five-feet deep “causing serious problems”
Mining centers isolated - Despair among inhabitants.
Is Antarctica Getting Warmer? | NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT
So we now have:-

Declining temperatures
Increasing sea ice
Advancing glaciers
Increasing ice sheet mass.

On every count, the models and predictions of the IPCC and WMO have failed.

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