Posted 23 October 2014

Larry Forbes latest column in Forbes magazine includes an interview with Dr Kesten Green, a New Zealander who, along with his U.S. coileague Dr J.Scott Armstring, is regarded as a top internatiional authority on forecasting. Questioned about the IPCC's modelling  techniqu...

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Posted 18 October 2013

Matt Ridley (5th Viscount Ridley, also member of the UK House of Lords) is a noted British science journalist. He has written in the prominent UK paper, The Spectator, about ignorance of the beneficial effects of any global warming that may occur: "Climate change has done...

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Posted 17 October 2013

Larry S. Bell devotes his column in Forbes magazine to exposing what he calls "fibs" in the Summary for Policymakers of the IPCC's 5th Assessment Report.  He writes: "it’s way past time to come to terms with a true climate crisis, one where political agenda-driven liars,...

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Posted 14 October 2013

Dr Vincent Gray, the New Zealand scientist who has been an expert reviewer of every IPCC Assessment Report so far summarises the repeated fudges in their preparation. He writes: "Attempts of the IPCC to impose rigid discipline on a large group of scientists to persuade them to claim that human emissions of so-called greenhouse gases harm the climate, without being able to supply convincing evidence, has been a failure.  Even their opinions on the supposed reliability of their 'projections' always leave an increasingly small escape route for the day when their approach is proved wrong."

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Posted 14 October 2013

New Zealand climate commentator and analyst Dr Vincent Gray has made it into the well known US magazine Forbes  by way of one of its regular columnists, Larry S. Bell, whose latest column comprises answers by Dr Gray to questions posed by Mr Bell about the latest Assessme...

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Posted 10 October 2013

One of the most convincing and detailed rebuttals of IPCC's AR5 has come from Des Moore, of Melbourne,a former deputy-secretary of the Australian Treasury, in a presentation to the Economic Society of Victoria, in which, inter alia, he said: "many uncertainties emerge from...

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Posted 10 October 2013

The premeditated murder of science" is one of the criticisms of the 5th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) being made by a growing number of international experts in this field. Here are some:

 Dr Nir Shaviv (Israel) here

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Posted 8 October 2013

A two-part series in The American, the on-line magazine of the American Enterprise Institute, analyses the latest Summary fior Policymakers of the IPCC's 5th Assessment report. In Part 1, Kenneth Green says: "spinning facts into narrative is a regular feature of IPCC rep...

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Posted 8 October 2013

James Delingpole blogs at The Telegraph, UK: "there is more than enough solid evidence now to demonstrate to any neutral party prepared to cast half an eye over it that the doomsday prognostications the warmist establishment has been trying to frighten us with these last t...

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Posted 7 October 2013

Climate scientist Judith Curry, who has gained a reputation as a “lukewarmist” for agreeing with many climate assertions made by global warming activists but calling for more scientific scrutiny of alarmist claims, called for an end to the United Nations Intergovernmental Pa...

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Posted 3 October 2013

New Zealand climatologist Dr Vincent Gray has been a prolific expert reviewer of every Asserssment Report ever issued by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). His keen eye for questionable detail has been a feature of his past reviews, and he is especially cr...

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Posted 2 October 2013

The Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) has released a new report on the science of climate change: Climate Change Reconsidered II: Physical Science . The key takeaway messages are (1) the human impact on climate is very small and (2) any cha...

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Posted 2 October 2013

Poor old Albert Gore Jnr! Seems he just can't win! He's got more than mere mortal skeptics frustrating his efforts to bluff the world into accepting his myths about human-caused global warming.

First in his political days as VIce-President of the US, there was the Gore Bo...

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Posted 1 October 2013

A potentially damning example of "decision-based evidence making" by IPCC is the revelation by Steve McIntyre, in his authoritative blog on global warming and climate change, "Climate Audit" that IPCC made a late switch of an important graph in its latest Summary for Policym...

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Posted 1 October 2013

Among the rapidly increasing number of papers from all over the world calling into question various aspects of the latest Summary for Policymakers (SPM) issued by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) as a prelude to its 5th Assessment Report (AR5) are two by...

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Posted 30 September 2013

Best read columnist in Melbourne's Herald-Sun, Andrew Bolt writes: "Of this latest IPCC summary, McKitrick quips the IPCC is saying 'since we started in 1990 we were ... wrong about the Antarctic, wrong about the tropical troposphere, wrong about the surface, wrong abou...

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Posted 27 September 2013

Dr Vincent Gray, who has been an expert reviewer of all five Assessment Reports so far produced by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and a foundation member of our New Zealand Coalition, has just completed for the US Science & Public Policy Institute (...

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Posted 23 September 2013

"Topher Fields’ excellent documentary video '50-to-1'-vIdeo explains that the overall costs of any global effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions will be at least 50 times greater than its overall benefits. But that was based on the UNIPCC’s 2007 report (AR4). Now tha...

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Posted 23 September 2013

"The claim that increase of human-induced 'greenhouse' gases in the atmosphere would cause 'global warming' ran into serious trouble right from the start. It happens that there is no current technology that is capable of measuring the average surface temperature of the ea...

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Posted 23 September 2013

"The claim that increase of human-induced 'gre...

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