Climategate 2.0 Getting People We Know And Trust Into IPCC Is Vital
The fact is that we can’t account for the lack of warming at the moment and it is a travesty that we can’t and Hide the Decline are probably the 2 most famous quotes from the original Climategate back in November 2009, when just prior to COP15 in Copenhagen a large number of emails hacked from a server at the Climate Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia (UEA) were put on a server in Russia.
It is a well know fact that history repeats itself, though not normally in such a short time frame as 2 years, so here we go again with the usual junk scientists and data fudgers Michael Mann, Phil Jones, Ben Santer, Tom Wigley, Kevin Trenberth and Keith Briffa all coming back for a second go at “Mikes Nature Trick” and lots more:
Getting people we know and trust [into IPCC] is vital – hence my comment about
the tornadoes group.
Useful ones [for IPCC] might be Baldwin, Benestad (written on the solar/cloud
issue – on the right side, i.e anti-Svensmark), Bohm, Brown, Christy (will be
have to involve him ?)
On the UEA website it says As in 2009, extracts from emails have been taken completely out of context., but what other context could “Getting people we know and trust [into IPCC] is vital” be taken in other than Jones and his accomplices need to stuff the IPCC with like minded individuals to ensure that their scary junk science tales are supported by other “scientists” with the same Green agenda.
Quite why Jones felt the need to infiltrate the UN IPCC with still more conspirators, when as Donna Laframboise points out in her superb book “The Delinquent Teenager Who Was Mistaken for the World’s Top Climate Expert“ the IPCC is in fact a wholly owned subsidiary of the WWF; is a mystery unless of course the brand of science that Jones practices is not quite as robust as he would have us believe.
Having established scale and urgency, the political challenge is then to turn
this from an argument about the cost of cutting emissions – bad politics – to
one about the value of a stable climate – much better politics. [...] the most
valuable thing to do is to tell the story about abrupt change as vividly as
Frighten people into believing the good politics.
we as an NGO working on climate policy need such a document pretty soon for the
public and for informed decision makers in order to get a) a debate started and
b) in order to get into the media the context between climate
extremes/desasters/costs and finally the link between weather extremes and
The move to push renewables onto the world at huge cost and widespread energy poverty so the WWF can pursue their Agrarian Marxist Agenda and their holy crusade against fossil fuel
There shouldn’t be someone else at UEA with different views [from "recent
extreme weather is due to global warming"] – at least not a climatologist.
“At least not a climatologist” so if anyone dares to commit heresy by telling the truth that there is no link between extreme weather and global warming then Jones and Church of Climatology machine can smear and discredit them.
Myles Allen one of the authors of the 2007 IPCC report had this to say about Al Gore’s habit of event attribution:
When Al Gore said last week that scientists now have “clear proof that climate change is directly responsible for the extreme and devastating floods, storms and droughts that displaced millions of people this year,” my heart sank. Having suggested the idea of “event attribution” back in 2003, and co-authored a study published earlier this year on the origins of the UK floods in autumn 2000, I suspect I may be one of the scientists being talked about.
One IPCC scientist says event attribution is just plain wrong and Phil Jones when not loading the IPCC dice, does not want a climatologist who does not believe in the junk science of event attribution, which really shows Phil Jones for what he is, not a real scientist just a propaganda merchant who uses data and junk science to further a political agenda.
Posted on November 23, 2011, in Anthropogenic Global Warming, Climategate, Climategate 2, Green Lies and tagged Climategate, Climategate 2, Kevin Trenberth, Michael Mann, Phil Jones. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.