Scientists cherry picking agreeable climate change data

Letter writer Alan Trenzek alleges scientists are cherry picking agreeable climate change data.

Editor:

Even though there has been no global warming in 16 years the United Nations Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change still believes and states we are in imminent peril of dire consequences on a massive scale because of man-made global warming.

How do they arrive at this far-fetched conclusion?

They depend on computer models which produce scenarios. All their models had predicted a range of modest but uncomfortable warming to intense heat stroke roasting temperatures similar to those experiences by a Thanksgiving turkey roasting in the oven.

None of their super computer projections were close.

The so-called climate gate papers revealed UNIPCC skullduggery, they routinely lied, suppressed or destroyed in convenient communications from reputable scientists who were skeptical.

They published statements from non-scientific sources such as the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) that the Himalayan glaciers would all be melted by 2035.

Satellite images show the ice accumulation has grown in the last 10 years which befuddles their so-called scientists.

Their favoured “scientists,” who are scientific diletantes, manufacture totally false data such as the infamous hockey stick graph and then congratulate each other for trucking a gullible public.

Canadian author Donna La Framboise has meticulously documented how the UNIPCC has become staffed by a politically correct collection of non-scientific environmental activists who think exaggeration and fabrication are permissible to promote their agenda.

They cherry pick agreeable data and hire like-minded friends.

The UNIPCC must take everybody for fools.

Belief that is impervious to evidence is faith, not science.

They have a blind faith in the infallibility of their bias and imagination.

The National Snow and Ice Data Center website states Antarctic ice has grown to a record-large extent for the second straight year.

The amount of ice today is the highest since records started in 1978. This baffles scientists also.

What we see is the normal ebb and flow of climate and the gross exaggerations of warming by myopic climate scientists who are at odds with reality.

Australia has just elected a wise prime minister who has stated man-made global warming is complete garbage and has scrapped their carbon tax.

Hopefully, Premier Christy Clark will say the same.

Unfortunately, some people suffer climate change derangement syndrome.

Relax, the skeptic or denier view coincides with what’s really happening in the world.

 

 

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