Expert Summarises IPCC 5th Summary .. In 55 Words

28 Sep

Professor Ross McKitrick, famous for having debunked the now infamous Michael Mann / Al Gore global warming “Hockey Stick” graph, has very neatly summarised the latest UN IPCC Summary for Policy Makers (SPM):

“SPM in a nutshell: Since we started in 1990 we were right about the Arctic, wrong about the Antarctic, wrong about the tropical troposphere, wrong about the surface, wrong about hurricanes, wrong about the Himalayas, wrong about sensitivity, clueless on clouds and useless on regional trends. And on that basis we’re 95% confident we’re right.”


5 Responses to “Expert Summarises IPCC 5th Summary .. In 55 Words”

  1. Kevin Moore September 29, 2013 at 1:46 am #
    Last year, Kari Norgaard, professor of sociological and environmental studies at Oregon State University (OSU) wrote a paper calling for the treatment of climate denial as a psychiatric disorder.
    At the Planet Under Pressure conference in London, Norgaard said that climate change deniers are racists, and that overcoming their viewpoints challenges the climate change purveyor’s agenda.

  2. Kevin Moore September 29, 2013 at 6:40 am #
    Shorten wants quotas for sodomites in parliament and control of the weather by taxing a trace atmospheric gas – Christians know that the world is not out of control, that it is under the control of the highest authority – that the like of the conduct of Shorten is but a sign of the prophesised end time.
    Jeremiah 51:7 “Babylon was a golden cup in the hand of God, making all the earth drunk. The nations have drunk of her wine, therefore the nations are insane.”

  3. Kevin Moore September 29, 2013 at 7:50 am #

    Trading on Thin Air
    Trading on Thin Air explains the methods used by the financial oligarchy in the past to extract the wealth of the nation and shows how the same strategy is being used today to subvert a movement for conservation and sustainability and harness it in order to create the next big bubble.

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