Climate Science that will not Spin Genuine Scientists in their Graves.

From ‘NIPCC’ :

Read Climate Change Reconsidered II: Physical Science for free online by using the following links:

Chapter 1. Global Climate Models
Chapter 2. Forcings and Feedbacks
Chapter 3. Solar Forcing of Climate
Chapter 4. Observations: Temperature
Chapter 5. Observations: The Cryosphere
Chapter 6. Observations: The Hydrosphere
Chapter 7. Observations: Extreme Weather

The Summary for Policymakers was written in collaboration with the lead authors and approved by them. Because it is aimed at a larger popular audience than the book, it adds a discussion of the scientific method and the precautionary principle, a brief summary and critical analysis of each of the IPCC’s main lines of argument, and a brief set of recommendations for policymakers. We also recommend you review the separate Executive Summary.

CCR II: Physical Science is an independent, comprehensive, and authoritative report on the current state of climate science. It is the fourth in a series of scholarly reports produced by the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC), an international network of climate scientists sponsored by three nonprofit organizations: the Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP), Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change, and The Heartland Institute.

Whereas the reports of the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warn of a dangerous human effect on climate, NIPCC concludes the human effect is likely to be small relative to natural variability, and whatever small warming is likely to occur will produce benefits as well as costs.

CCR-II consists of three parts: a Summary for Policy Makers (SPM), part one titled Physical Science, and part two titled Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerabilities. The SPM and part one was released on September 17-18, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois USA. Additional release events will take place the following week in the U.S. in Washington, DC, New York, Florida, and the following week in England, Germany, and Holland. See the calendar feature in the right sidebar of this site for more event information.

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Believe what you will but the evidence supports this science.

On the other side of the coin, the evidence is strong that the science is invalidated and the agenda bias is strong.

Be careful in what you believe. I suppose in the long run it doesn’t matter much what you and I believe, but it matters that megadollars are wasted and that countries are subjected to outside controls and social destruction. This matters to me.

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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5 Responses to Climate Science that will not Spin Genuine Scientists in their Graves.

  1. omanuel says:

    Thanks for the message.

    Measurements and observations over the past 50 years show beyond any reasonable doubt the core of the Sun:

    1. Made our elements
    2. Birthed the solar system 5 Ga ago
    3. Sustained the origin and evolution of life on Earth after 3.5 Ga ago, and
    4. Sends out powerful, invisible force fields that can occasionally be seen penetrating the photosphere as sun-spots (magnetic fields from the Sun’s pulsar core).

    I will look up and post below a few of the key experimental observations that have been purposefully ignored to promote the illusion Earth’s climate is controlled by a giant H-fusion reactor rather than a pulsar.

    Oliver K. Manuel

  2. omanuel says:

    FEAR of the energy that causes atoms, stars, and galaxies to explode is at the root of our troubles today.

    I haven’t returned home yet, but here is one of the early observations that should have destroyed the illusion of a hydrogen-filled Sun produced by the collapse of an interstellar cloud of hydrogen.

    In 1960 Kuroda reported Pu-244 was alive and decaying as Earth formed [1]. It’s decay products were later found in Earth’s atmosphere, in the Earth’s mantle, in meteorites and in the Moon.

    In 1994 Kuroda and Myers showed that the Pu-244 was produced in a supernova explosion 5 Ga ago, at the birth of the solar system.

    Here are the data:

    1. Kuroda, P. K.: 1960, “Nuclear fission in the early history of the Earth”, Nature 187, 36-38.

  3. omanuel says:

    Another unexpected observation: In 1972 primitive meteorites were found to have trapped xenon directly from poorly mixed supernova debris [1]. Here are the 1972 data:

    Meteorite analyses over the next two decades revealed that lightweight elements (primarily H, He, C, N) of the outer planets had a different nuclear history than major elements of the inner planets (Fe, O, Si, Ni, S):

    1. Microscopic diamond and graphite formed directly from the carbon-rich region of the supernova and trapped heavy elements with excess proton-rich and neutron-rich isotopes.

    2. Silicon carbide grains (SiC) formed deeper in the supernova debris and trapped heavy elements enriched in the middle isotopes.

    “Normal” isotopic composition could be produced by mixing these two “mirror-image” isotopic anomalies reported by Prof. Begemann of the Max Planck Institut fuer Chemie at Mainz, Germany in 1993 [2].

    The results are illustrated here for Xe, Ba, Nd and Sm:

    These observations & measurements falsified the notion that an uniform interstellar cloud of hydrogen formed the solar system. Interstellar dust grains that magically survived their journal here was the ad hoc explanation used to protect the standard model.

    1. O. K. Manuel, E. W. Hennecke, and D. D. Sabu, “Xenon in carbonaceous chondrites”, Nature Phys. Sci. 240, 99-101 (1972):

    Click to access XenonInCarbonaceousChondrites.pdf

    2. F. Begemann, “Isotopic abundance anomalies and the early solar system” in Origin and Evolution of the Elements, ed. Prantos, N., Vangioni-Flam, E. and Cassé, M., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK (1993) pp. 518-527.

  4. omanuel says:

    Strange Xe Accompanied All Primordial He at Birth of the Solar System

    The University of Chicago made the 3rd embarrassing observation when analyzing noble gases in mineral separates of the Allende meteorite:

    Microscopic diamonds contain all of the primordial Helium in the Allende meteorite, and it is accompanied by “strange xenon” in which Xe-136, the heaviest isotope is enriched by almost a factor of two (2).

    Later analyses of diverse types of primitive meteorites revealed the same enigma [1]: Strange Xe Accompanied All Primordial He.

    In 1983 we predicted [2] the Galileo Probe of Jupiter would find strange xenon in Jupiter’s helium-rich atmosphere.

    The Galileo Probe entered Jupiter’s atmosphere on December 1996, saw strange xenon [3], and NASA hid the data until publicly embarrassed at a CSPAN news briefing January 1998:

    With kind regards,
    Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo


    1. O. K. Manuel, “The enigma of helium and anomalous xenon,”
    Icarus 41, 312-315 (Feb 1980)

    2. O. K. Manuel and Golden Hwaung, “Solar abundances of the elements”, Meteoritics 18, 209-222 (1983):

    Click to access SolarAbundances.pdf

    3. O. K. Manuel, “Isotopic ratios in Jupiter confirm intra-solar diffusion”,
    Meteoritics and Planetary Science 33, A97, paper 5011 (1998):

    Click to access 5011.pdf

  5. omanuel says:

    SUMMARY of three unexpected observations

    1. Supernova made Pu-244 in Moon, Earth and meteorites 5 Ga ago.

    2. “Normal” isotopic abundance on Earth is mixture of “strange” ones seen in oldest meteorite minerals.

    3. Strange Xe accompanied primordial He

    A Journey to the Core of the Sun

    Click to access Synopsis.pdf

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