Investment and other financial matters

Climate "Science's" Tangled Web

Climate "Science’s" Tangled Web


Recent days have seen a number of announcements about our changing

climate. As it turns out Arctic ice is rebounding, sea levels are

dropping and things just are not going according to the IPCC’s plan for

catastrophic global warming. Faced with reversal after reversal, it

might seem logical for mainstream climate scientists to admit that they

are wrong, that global warming is not taking place at a breakneck pace,

but this has not happened. Instead, climate change apologists are

weaving a tangled web of excuses-hot is cold, wet is dry, up is down. No

matter what happens to the world we live in, the root cause according to

the doomsayers is always the same: it’s always global warming’s fault.

more –

posted by admin in Uncategorized and have Comment (1)

One Response to “Climate "Science's" Tangled Web”

  1. admin says:

    "AGWFacts" <AGWFa…> wrote in message…

    > On Wed, 7 Sep 2011 23:19:51 -0400, "James" <kingko…>

    > wrote:

    >> The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is an important and

    >> influential body. Even though it has been in existence for more than 20

    >> years, my book will be the first to take a critical look at it. (The

    > Yeah, ah, good luck with that. LOL!

    > —


    Speaking of TRUTH …

    "One of the world’s greatest problems is the impossibility of any person
    searching for the truth on any subject when they believe they already have
    it." Author Dave Wilbur

    Believe those who are seeking the truth; doubt those who find it.

    Andre Gide, Nobel Prize winning novelist

    "Skepticism is the first step toward truth"

    Denis Diderot philosopher

    Warmest Regards


    "It is a remarkable fact that despite the worldwide expenditure of perhaps
    US$50 billion since 1990, and the efforts of tens of thousands of scientists
    worldwide, no human climate signal has yet been detected that is distinct
    from natural variation."

    Bob Carter, Research Professor of Geology, James Cook University, Townsville

    "A major problem has been the co-option of climate science by politics,
    ambition, greed, and what seems to be a hereditary human need for a
    righteous cause."

    "What better cause than "saving" the planet, especially if one can get
    ample, secure funding at the same time?"

    William Happer, Cyrus Fogg Brackett Professor of Physics, Princeton

    "Today’s debate about global warming is essentially a debate about freedom.
    The environmentalists would like to mastermind each and every possible (and
    impossible) aspect of our lives."

    Vaclav Klaus, Blue Planet in Green Shackles

    "If climate has not "tipped" in over 4 billion years it’s not going to tip
    now due to mankind. The planet has a natural thermostat"

    Richard S. Lindzen, Atmospheric Physicist, Professor of Meteorology MIT,
    Former IPCC Lead Author

    "It does not matter who you are, or how smart you are, or what title you
    have, or how many of you there are, and certainly not how many papers your
    side has published, if your prediction is wrong then your hypothesis is
    wrong. Period."

    Professor Richard Feynman, Nobel Laureate in Physics

    "A core problem is that science has given way to ideology. The scientific
    method has been dispensed with, or abused, to serve the myth of man-made
    global warming."

    "The World Turned Upside Down", Melanie Phillips

    "Computer models are built in an almost backwards fashion: The goal is to
    show evidence of AGW, and the "scientists" go to work to produce such a
    result. When even these models fail to show what advocates want, the data
    and interpretations are "fudged" to bring about the desired result"

    "The World Turned Upside Down", Melanie Phillips

    "Ocean acidification looks suspiciously like a back-up plan by the
    environmental pressure groups in case the climate fails to warm: another try
    at condemning fossil fuels!"

    Before attacking hypothetical problems, let us first solve the real problems
    that threaten humanity. One single water pump at an equivalent cost of a
    couple of solar panels can indeed spare hundreds of Sahel women the daily
    journey to the spring and spare many infections and lives.

    Martin De Vlieghere, philosopher

    "The fact that an opinion has been widely held is no evidence whatever that
    it is not utterly absurd; indeed in view of the silliness of the majority of
    mankind, a widespread belief is more likely to be foolish than sensible."

    Bertrand Russell