Roald A 
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Re: “Global Warming a Whopper?

"Memphis Bill"'s point about the non-peer review of NIPCC references sounds plausible.... until you actually read the NIPCC and discover the reports cited were published in peer reviewed publications such as "Nature", "Science", the American Geophysical Union's "Journal of Geophysical Research", just to name a few. And, regardless of whether the NIPCC is presented by Heartland or the Mickey Mouse Club, the politics of the presenter is irrelevant to the subject of the reports, considering the reports were written independently of any direction from the presenters. Many were written before ever being seen by the Heartland Institute.

So, by default, "Memphis Bill" ought to now acknowledge that the NIPCC should be a 2nd opinion to the IPCC. The question remains, why would anyone go to such efforts to smear and censor skeptics rather than the easier option of disproving the skeptics' scientific conclusions from the start?

Posted by Roald A on 06/12/2009 at 1:16 PM

Re: “Global Warming a Whopper?

Most likely, the people at MIC are aware the global warming debate isn't actually settled. The readers of the Memphis Flyer should ask these five one-word questions about Al Gore's and the IPCC's claims of the global warming debate being settled - "when, where, who, how, why": If the global warming debate is truly over, WHEN exactly did the debate occur, WHERE was it, WHO attended, HOW were expert scientists offering conclusions contradictory to IPCC reports addressed and refuted beyond a shadow of a doubt, and is there any reason WHY Dr S Fred Singer's “Climate Change Reconsidered: The 2009 Report of the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC - see ),” a collection of peer-reviewed published scientific papers, should not be considered as a second opinion to the IPCC reports?

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Posted by Roald A on 06/04/2009 at 5:30 PM


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