Saturday, April 26, 2014


More and more scientists are beginning to leave the sinking ship called "Climate Change."  Recently, two major scientists have very noisily fallen off the climate change momentum wagon.  Professor Woodcock is Emeritus Professor of Chemical Thermodynamics at the University of Manchester, in an interview with the Yorkshire Evening Post and reported in Nick Hallett's Breitbart column April 26, 2014, called the term climate change meaningless since essentially there has never been a time on earth that the climate has not been changing. 

He concurrently claimed that  "There is no reproducible scientific evidence CO2 has significantly increased in the last 100 years."

The scientific method of proving a hypothesis is that you produce a replicable test verifying the hypothesis  which other scientists can then confirm by reproducing the test with the same results.   Scientific computer models have been proven wrong so often that they're meaningless at this point.  Garbage in, garbage out, as they say.  None of the computer models that scientists swear by, have predicted the current state of stasis in the temperature since 1998.  Thus there is a serious problem with the predictive models. 

Meanwhile, James Lovelock, once touted as a "green guru" has rejected the so-called consensus science promoted by the ICPP and it's most recent report as too politicized to be of scientific value. 

But his claim "that climate scientists "just guess", and that no one really knows what's happening," is priceless.

Faulty computer models, climate scientists non-replicable theories,  claims that specific weather events are directly attributable to anthropomorphic climate change or warming, really put climate scientists pushing they're propaganda into a succinct couple of words:  Climate Guessers.  

Also from Hallett's column: Judith Curry, chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology, also said that she was "duped into supporting the IPCC" and added "If the IPCC is dogma, then count me in as a heretic."

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