Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Climate of Corruption at the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Dr. Chandra Duggirala emails:
Related to your EPJ post about climate change scientists disagreeing on CC from Michael Edelstein, I think you can add Lord Christopher Monckton to that list. He is not a trained climate scientist but is an autodidact mathematician, a great public speaker and yes, also a published author on the subject of climate sensitivity (peer reviewed).

He has many talks on the subject on youtube and this is the latest.



  1. As if anyone could trust his opinion. Well known denier.

    1. "Well known denier"... as were Copernicus and Galileo in their day for denying geocentrism.

    2. The pejorative term "denier" is a well known canard by now, and even you must realize that Lord Monckton has stated many times that he does not deny that the climate changes, or indeed that man is responsible for some of those changes. The questions are, as you well know; what amount of the climate changes we observe is man responsible for, and secondly what proportion of those changes is Carbon Dioxide Gas emitted by man's activities the culprit ?

      As a matter of fact again, Lord Monckton does adopt the stance that you should not merely believe his opinion at face value, but instead he says you should check all the facts, and he includes references with the material he presents. You will find often actually printed on the charts in his videos.

      Really Mr. Poet, you would do yourself a big favor, if you learned some logic and rhetoric. Then you would be able to advance some relevant argument, instead of simply sniping, and quoting some tired old fable.

  2. That was great. I can now spend the next year reviewing and digesting all the data that was presented.
    But science aside, at what point in the revelation of climate reality will these guys get their comeuppance?
    I'm afraid the answer to that could also be applied to Marxism; i.e. never.
    The fix is baked into the system.

    1. Which choice increases centralized power? You can't win against the answer, whether it's CC, acid rain, population explosion, Keynesian economics, etc.