- It is unlikely businesses even know the disaster/hurricane projection data was fake, as the main media refuses to report it. It was only the claim used to demand billions in 'climate reparations' from US citizens.The average business person in the US spends most of his time working. He is therefore unaware that many others spend all their time trying to break him.
- This is easily done by endless legal measures.
- This error was in plain view, a matter of form, so anyone could have found it were they looking, and was acknowledged and reported on 1/24/10 by TimesOnlineUK by Jonathan Leake.
- rapidly rising costs due to extreme weather-related events since the 1970s".
It suggested a part of this increase was due to global warming
- and cited the unpublished report, saying:
"One study has found that while the dominant signal remains that of the significant increases in the values of exposure at risk, once losses are normalised for exposure, there still remains an underlying rising trend."
The Sunday Times has since found that the scientific paper on which the IPCC based its claim
- had not been peer reviewed, nor published, at the time the climate body issued its report.
When the paper was eventually published, in 2008, it had a new caveat. It said: "We find insufficient evidence to claim a statistical relationship between global temperature increase and catastrophe losses."
- Despite this change the IPCC did not issue a clarification ahead of the Copenhagen climate summit last month.
It has also emerged that at least two scientific reviewers who checked drafts of the IPCC report urged greater caution in proposing a link between climate change and disaster impacts — but were ignored.
- The claim will now be re-examined and could be withdrawn."...
- For those interested, report from the UK Register, "Now IPCC Hurricane data is questioned,"
- by Andrew Orlowski, 2/15/10