Warminists are on the offensive

CSIRO continues to confuse fantasy with reality 

Professor Richard S Lindzen, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, addressed a seminar at the House of Commons Committe rooms in London on 22 February. He gave a sober and clear assessment of the state of climate science at the present moment. 

As a counter to the persistent and ongoing propaganda shamefully promoted by our own CSIRO and Met bureauthis simple summary in so few words by Professor Lindzen, indicates the major flaws in the orthodox scare campaign: it should be read, marked, learnt and inwardly digested:


BRIEFLY, I will simply try to clarify what the debate over climate change is really about. It most certainly is not about whether climate is changing: it always is. It is not about whether CO2 is increasing: it clearly is. It is not about whether the increase in CO2, by itself, will lead to some warming: it should. The debate is simply over the matter of how much warming the increase in CO2 can lead to, and the connection of such warming to the innumerable claimed catastrophes. The evidence is that the increase in CO2 will lead to very little warming, and that the connection of this minimal warming (or even significant warming) to the purported catastrophes is also minimal.

The arguments on which the catastrophic claims are made are extremely weak and commonly acknowledged as such. They are sometimes overtly dishonest.

His preentation to the House of Commons can be seen here.


[Thanks to Andrew Bolt]

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