- the US media refuses to report it.
- UK Times: "The Sunday Times has since found that the scientific paper on which the IPCC based its claim had not been peer reviewed, nor published, at the time the climate body issued its report.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."...
- If this isn't criminal fraud that Gore is allowed to push, against the American people, what is? (ed).
- Gore, the self-anointed climate change alarmist-in-chief, told supporters on a March 15 conference call that severe weather in certain regions of the country could be attributed
- to carbon in the atmosphere – including the recent rash of rainy weather.
- "The claim by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), that global warming is already affecting the severity and frequency of global disasters, has since become
- It was central to discussions at last month's Copenhagen climate summit, including a demand by developing countries for compensation
- of $100 billion (£62 billion) from the rich nations blamed for creating the most emissions.
Ed Miliband, the energy and climate change minister, has suggested British and overseas floods — such as those in Bangladesh in 2007 — could be linked to global warming.
- Barack Obama, the US president, said last autumn: "More powerful storms and floods threaten every continent."...
via Tom Nelson