Sunday, February 24, 2008

Sorry: All scientists DO NOT AGREE

Kudos once again to Noel Sheppard for his awesome AGW coverage.

So 400 scientists disagree with the consensus and the Gore-Christ (including former U.N. IPCC members), and all the Gore-Christ can do is say that 30 of them MAY HAVE "Big Oil" connections. This is why more scientists don't speak up about what's going on; they don't want to be branded with the Scarlet Letter by the Warmaholic Faithful. Al Gore's Oscar and Nobel Prizes are the biggest jokes I think I've ever personally witnessed.

One-hundred well-known, respected scientists recently sent an open letter to U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, imploring the U.N. to wake-up and see the political juggernaut this is issue has become. They boldly state (at their own professional peril) that climate change is natural and that political action is futile.

Though not in the letter, one scientist stated the following:

"I find the Doomsday picture Al Gore is painting — a six-meter sea level rise, 15 times the IPCC number — entirely without merit," said Dutch atmospheric scientist Hendrik Tennekes, one of the researchers quoted in the report by Republican staff of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee.

"I protest vigorously the idea that the climate reacts like a home heating system to a changed setting of the thermostat: just turn the dial, and the desired temperature will soon be reached," Mr. Tennekes said in the report.

Later we read:
In the Senate report, environmental scientist David W. Schnare of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said he was skeptical because "conclusions about the cause of the apparent warming stand on the shoulders of incredibly uncertain data and models. ... As a policy matter, one has to be less willing to take extreme actions when data are highly uncertain."
U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works :: Minority Page:
Over 400 prominent scientists from more than two dozen countries recently voiced significant objections to major aspects of the so-called "consensus" on man-made global warming. These scientists, many of whom are current and former participants in the UN IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), criticized the climate claims made by the UN IPCC and former Vice President Al Gore.

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