” the science is too uncertain to justify a single estimate of future rises.”


The Economist reports on IPCC CO2 Sensitivity as Friends of Science Issues a Statement on claims of 97% Scientific Consensus on Global Warming and Climate Change

GLOBAL WARMING / CLIMATE CHANGE IS A HOAX

GLOBAL WARMING / CLIMATE CHANGE IS A HOAX (Photo credit: genetew)

Recent comments by President Obama
and high profile eco-activists like Canadian David Suzuki stating that there is a 97% scientific consensus on global warming and climate change are misleading the public, say Friends of Science. Four key studies on  consensus show that scientists only agree that human activity has caused some warming – not dangerous warming; meanwhile The Economist is reporting IPCC draft estimates of climate  sensitivity of CO2 saying; “climate sensitivity may have been overestimated in the past and that the science is too uncertain to justify a single estimate of future rises.”

Read the article here.

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About Ken McMurtrie

Retired Electronics Engineer, most recently installing and maintaining medical X-Ray equipment. A mature age "student" of Life and Nature, an advocate of Truth, Justice and Humanity, promoting awareness of the injustices in the world.
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3 Responses to ” the science is too uncertain to justify a single estimate of future rises.”

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  2. Brian H says:

    Even the Economist’s statement is but another mealy-mouthed evasion, refusing even to imply that falsification is a possible outcome. Just a little tweaky-weakie here, and a little tweaky-weaky there, and everything will be right again!

    • Hi Brian, thanks for your comment, which, however contributes nothing of substance to this post.
      If you would like to select a particular claim made in the article, and offer evidence that shows that claim to be false, we would have something to discuss.
      Regards, Ken

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