Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Missing News: Critical flaws found in the critical decade

ABC has taken no interest in providing news of a report by prominent Australian scientists that debunks the alarming claims about climate change made by the Australian Government's climate commission. The scientific audit of the commission's "Magnum Opus" by  Bob Carter, David Evans, Stewart Franks and William Kininmonth can be found HERE.
Here's an extract from the conclusion that makes it newsworthy...
"The scientific advice contained within The Critical Decade is an inadequate, flawed and misleading basis on which to set national policy. The report is emotive and tendentious throughout, ignores sound scientific criticism of IPCC shibboleths that has been made previously, and is shotgun in its approach and at the same time selective in its use of evidence. The arguments presented depend heavily upon unvalidated computer models the predictions of which have been wrong for the last 23 years, and which are are unremittingly and unjustifiably alarmist in nature. Further, in concentrating upon the hypothetical risk of human-caused warming, the Climate Commission has all but ignored the very real and omnipresent risks of dangerous natural climate-related events and change, which are certain to continue to occur in the future."

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