This impressive post by P Gosselin on ‘NoTricksZone’.
The IPCC have a choice, they can look at all relevant information and draw scientific and logical conclusions, but their agenda prohibits such an approach to this global issue of gigantic ramifications. They therefore run the risk of eventually being caught out.
Readers have the same choice, and can be satisfied that they have eliminated any bias and misguided trust in partial authorities. They otherwise run the risk of discovering that basing their faith in a pseudo science has cost them considerable money and freedom.
Proven by thousands of temperature datasets, the earth’s climate fluctuated cyclically in the past, and there’s an overwhelming body of evidence showing a close correlation with solar activity and other powerful natural factors. If the IPCC had truly examined past temperature developments and compared them to solar data, they’d have seen there is something remarkable there.
Yet in the IPCC AR5, Working Group 1 takes only a cursory look at solar activity and its possible impacts on climate in IPCC AR5 before simply dismissing the sun altogether. The Earth’s sole supplier of energy, the sun, and all its dynamism, in fact gets only a couple of pages in a 2200-page report, about 0.1%. That alone is a monumental scandal. It’s incompetence and negligence on the grandest of scales.
This will certainly go down in the books as one of the greatest scientific debacles of human history.
If the IPCC had directed the same energy and resources to make the sun and natural factors the culprit for climate change as it has with CO2, they’d certainly have a far more convincing case today,and many of the questions it claims are still open would be closed. But obviously the IPCC’s sole intent is to frame mankind and its CO2 emissions as the culprit for something that stopped happening 16 years ago. This is fraud, not science.
The IPCC took the same negligent approach with sea levels: dismissing non-alarmist science in favor of nutty, doomsday scenarios.
I spent half a day searching for papers that provide evidence of a significant impact on climate by the sun and natural factors, and another full day sorting through them. I limited the scope of the search to 2008 – 2012, i.e. papers since the last IPCC report. There are many more papers of course prior to 2008.
What follows is a list of papers I found in just a few hours that the IPCC should have taken a much closer look at instead of just dismissing. The list of course is not complete.
Read this complete, informative article here.
- Study aims to put climate panel under a lens. (nature.com)
- 46 statements by IPCC experts against the IPCC (grumpydenier.wordpress.com)
- Friends of Science Call on Citizens to Reject the IPCC Explanations of… (prweb.com)
- Thom Hartmann’s ‘Last Hours’ video negated by IPCC AR5 (alethonews.wordpress.com)