Climate Science Third-Rate Speculation Proven False By Reality
Oh and here is another paper that lowers the Climate Sensitivity of CO2 used by the IPCC to claim CO2 has a major impact on Climate.
IPCC Uses Non-Peer Reviewed aka “Gray” Literature As A Major Foundation For Their Man-Made Global Warming Claims
Speech by Rajendra K. Pachauri – IPCC
“Most of the Committee’s recommendations can be implemented during the fifth assessment process and should be considered at the upcoming Plenary. These include recommendations to strengthen, modify, or enforce IPCC procedures, including the treatment of gray literature, the full range of views, uncertainty, and the review process.
PDF – IPCC
New Scientist – 26 June 2012
Climate panel adopts controversial ‘grey’ evidence
Al Gore’s so called “evidence” of Catastrophic Climate Change caused by those pesky humans has also been proven to be false in the Dimmock v Secretary of State for Education and Skills  EWHC 2288 (Admin). Court case. The court held that there was insufficient evidence to support Gore’s claims that human-induced climate change had caused the disappearance of snow on Mt Kilimanjaro, the drying up of Lake Chad, Hurricane Katrina, and the bleaching of coral reefs. His claim that global warming will shut down the Ocean Conveyor in the future was found “very unlikely”. His claim that it will cause all the ice of Greenland to melt and sea levels to rise by seven metres in the near future was found to be “distinctly alarmist” and “not in line with the scientific consensus” (because it would take millennia for Greenland’s ice to melt and release that much water). Graphs Gore uses in the film to show an exact fit between rising CO2 and rising temperatures were found “not [to] establish what Mr Gore asserts”. Finally, the court held that there was no evidence to support Gore’s claims that human-induced global warming had forced the evacuation of Pacific nations to New Zealand, or caused polar bears to drown.
Below are some other references showing the past was warmer than the present.
- Brian Fagan, The Little Ice Age: How Climate Made History 1300-1850 (Basic Books, New York: 2000), 17.Ibid., 17-18.Ibid., 21.Ibid., 7-9.
- William J. D’Andrea, Yongsong Huang, Sherilyn C. Fritz, & N. John Anderson, “Abrupt Holocene climate change as an important factor for human migration in West Greenland”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108:24 (14 June 2011), 9765-69; reported in “Climate played a big role in Vikings’ disappearance from Greenland”, Science News, 30 May 2011 <<http://www. esciencenews.com>>.
- Dale Mackenzie Brown, “The Fate of Greenland’s Vikings”, Archaeology, 28 February 2000. See also Terese Brasen, “The Viking farm under the sand in Greenland” (2001) <>; & “Story of Viking Colonies’ Icy ‘Pompeii’ Unfolds from Ancient Greenland Farm”, New York Times, 8 May 2001.
- “Times Atlas ‘wrong’ on Greenland ice”, BBC News, 19 September 2011 <<www.bbc.co.uk>>.
- Emily V. Thornbury, “Aelfric’s Zoology”, Neophilologus (2008) 92:142-3.
- John Steane, The Archaeology of Medieval Britain and Wales (University of Georgia Press, Athens GA: 1985), 174.
- Wolfgang Behringer, A Cultural History of Climate (Polity Press, Cambridge: 2010), 76; & Christian Pfister, Rolf Weingartner & Jürg Luterbacher, “Hydrological winter droughts over the last 450 years in the Upper Rhine basin: a methodological approach”,Hydrological Sciences-Journal-des Sciences Hydrologiques, Special issue: Historical Hydrology 51(5) October 2006, 973.Cf. note 58 above.
- Brian Fagan, The Long Summer: How Climate Changed Civilization (Basic Books, New York: 2004), 213-228.Ibid., 238-46.
- Bjorn Lomborg, “Bootleggers highjack climate change debate”, The Australian, 22 July 2011.
- Carter, Climate: The Counter Consensus, 245-46; & Robert M. Carter, “Climate Change in Natural Context” (typescript, n.d.),4-5.
- 7,000 year warming trend in the Siberian Arctic during the mid- to late Holocen http://www.nature.com/ngeo/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/ngeo2349.html