Friday, 30 January 2009

The crack in global warming consensus...

...is fast becoming a gaping chasm...
...Today, a founder of the International Journal of Forecasting, Journal of Forecasting, International Institute of Forecasters, and International Symposium on Forecasting, and the author of Long-range Forecasting (1978, 1985), the Principles of Forecasting Handbook, and over 70 papers on forecasting, Dr J. Scott Armstrong, tabled a statement declaring that the forecasting process used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) lacks a scientific basis.
What these two authorities, Drs Theon
(NASA supervisor of global warming guru James Hansen, see Stop Press, below) and Armstrong, are independently and explicitly stating is that the computer models underpinning the work of many scientific institutions concerned with global warming, including Australia’s CSIRO, are fundamentally flawed...
...more from Jennifer Marohasy at Watt's up With That, here...
and this startling observation from the head bureaucrat himself...There is no clear evidence that global warming is an imminent danger to the world, says Rajendra Pachauri, chairman of the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change...more here...
And, quote of the day..."It’s also worth re-stating at this point that fear is to the insurance industry what oil is to Exxon." More from Climate resistance here...
So now folks we have it, an admission from the IPCC itself that Al Gore's propaganda was basic fear mongering . Break out the silly hats and let the street parties begin !

2 comments:

The Intellectual Redneck said...

Since I am in the middle of an area ravaged by an ice storm, it seems appropriate to talk about the weaknesses of the global warming theory.

Computer models forecasting global warming are not scientific

Ayrdale said...

Hang in there. James Hansen has promised that record high temperatures will occur before the end of this presidential term.
Here in NZ (hate to tell you this) it's a stunning summer with perfect sea temperatures...