Articles Tagged: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

New Study On 20th Century Sea Level Rise Signals That IPCC 21st Century Projections May Be Grotesquely Overblown

Germany’s University of Siegen issued a press release on a recent study conducted by climate scientists. It turns out that natural oceanic cycles indeed do play a far greater role on sea level fluctuations than first believed. Therefore, because the factors were not correctly considered in the past, we can immediately conclude that the scary projections made by the IPCC for the 21st century were falsely calculated and are thus likely grotesquely exaggerated.

Validation Of A Climate Model Is Mandatory: The Invaluable work of Dr. Vincent Gray

Vincent Gray, M.A., Ph.D. is one of the most effective critics of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) through his NZ Climate Truth Newsletter and other publications. He prefaces comments to the New Zealand Climate Science Coalition as follows: “As an Expert Reviewer for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change for eighteen years, that is to say, from the very beginning. I have submitted thousands of comments to all of the Reports. My comments on the Fourth IPCC Report, all 1,898 of them, are to be found at IPCC (2007) and my opinions of the IPCC are in Gray (2008b).”

IPCC Ignores its Own Findings on Stratospheric Cooling

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is awfully certain that solar activity doesn’t meaningfully impact climate. In fact, their 2014 Synthesis Report Summary for Policymakers offers only one passing reference to solar activity in the entire document. On page 10, the report notes a curious caveat regarding predicted surface temperatures from 2016–2035: “This assumes that there will be no major volcanic eruptions …or unexpected changes in total solar irradiance.”

Papal Climate Conference, Statement Ignore Evidence

Pope Francis hosted a one-day conference, “Protect the Earth, Dignify Humanity: The Moral Dimensions of Climate Change and Sustainable Development,” as a prelude to his promised encyclical on climate change.

What can we do about climate change?

Do we have the resources (from, say, economics or ethics) to answer these sorts of questions?

Flawed climate change science and the IPCC

In the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on climate change of 2014, it can not be explained how there has been no appreciable change in the climate in at least 15 years, even though, during that time carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has risen.

22 Very Inconvenient Climate Truths

According to the official statements of the IPCC “Science is clear” and non-believers cannot be trusted. But anyone with some scientific background who takes pains to study the topics at hand is quickly led to conclude that the arguments of the IPCC are inaccurate, for many reasons of which here is a non-exhaustive list.

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