Wall Street Journal article – A Reprieve From Climate Doom – no reason not to disband the useless and harmful IPCC

A Reprieve From Climate Doom – forthcoming report points lowers estimates on global warming – Sept 13, 2013 in the Wall Street Journal by Matt Ridley
Climate sceptics should stand firm and not let the IPCC get away with weasel words back-peddling from years of failed predictions and poor science. Multi-Billions of dollars worth of harm has been and is being done to western economies in the guise of saving the planet.
Australia should cease all cooperation with the IPCC and no Govt funded scientist or organization should participate.
We should make our views known to our Federal parliamentariams.

5 thoughts on “Wall Street Journal article – A Reprieve From Climate Doom – no reason not to disband the useless and harmful IPCC”

  1. Good call, Warwick!

    Thanks for your continued efforts and like you say, we should

    “not let the IPCC get away with weasel words back-peddling from years of failed predictions and poor science.”

  2. The IPCC and many other CAGW related organisations are back-pedalling on alarmism in the hope that further controversy will be avoided and they will be allowed to go on receiving funding for useless research into the future. This should not be allowed to happen. This funding is all wasted money deflected from areas of real and valuable scientific research.

  3. They’ve shot themselves in both feet.

    They’ve admitted that the world was warmer in 950-1200 than at present. Bang goes any rationale for rising CO2 causes warming.

    They have claimed that the warming was over estimated and have reduced the rate from 0.2 ℃ to 0.12 ℃ per decade.

    They then claim this rate applied from 1951 to present. Funny how all those people commenting in the 1970’s spoke of cooling. And with the satellite and balloon data not cooperating since 1979, they are saying that the temperature went up 0.7 ℃ in a decade at most.

    I think this will be the last IPCC report.

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