030707 Marc Morano’s Round-up – July 3, 2007
IPCC Scientist Reviewer Claims Critical Comments 'Ignored' by UN
From climate researcher Vincent Gray See his global warming book here: http://www.multi-science.co.uk/greendelu.htm
Excerpt: “The [IPCC] ‘Summary for Policymakers’ might get a few readers, but the main purpose of the report is to provide a spurious scientific backup for the absurd claims of the worldwide environmentalist lobby that it has been established scientifically that increases in carbon dioxide are harmful to the climate. It just does not matter that this ain't so.”
“[The IPCC comments] are rather tedious to wade through but they show at once that many of the scientists listed as supposed supporters of the report have serious doubts about it. A friend of mine, John McLean, has done a summary of the names of the reviewers and the number of comments they made.
[Editor’s note on Solar article: You can’t make this stuff up]
Solar 'Greed'? Humans accused of overusing the Sun!
Excerpt: HUMANS are just one of the millions of species on Earth, but we use up almost a quarter of the sun's energy captured by plants - the most of any species. The human dominance of this natural resource is affecting other species, reducing the amount of energy available to them by almost 10 per cent, scientists report.
Former Colorado State Climatologist Roger Pielke, SR. Spanks Down RealClimate.org’s latest Propaganda Climate Science Responds to Real Climate’s Web Posting Of July 2 2007
Excerpts: The absence of Real Climate commenting on these [peer-reviewed] papers is by itself evidence that this website is not interesting in debating the science issues that we raise in our papers. & Real Climate, rather than engaging in the science issues raised by the photographic documentation of such a key data set in the assessment of climate change, has elected to be defensive and has sought to transfer this issue into a political debate.
BBC: Poll finds majority of public believes global warming fears 'over hyped'
Excerpt: The public believes the effects of global warming on the climate are not as bad as politicians and scientists claim, a poll has suggested. There was a feeling the problem was exaggerated to make money, it found.