IPPC assessment needs examination

Oct 10, 2013

Editor:

The extreme greens defend the “science” of the IPPC's (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) recent Underlying Scientific-Technical Assessment by quoting the “ifs,” or “likelys” from a NEWSPAPER article?

Sadly, they are terrified by what readers would find in this “assessment” if examined carefully!

Steven Keeler

Edmonds

Comments (1)
Posted by: Nathaniel R Brown | Oct 10, 2013 10:20

"Extreme Green"?  "Terrified"?

 

Neither, but still wondering why the passion and name-calling from the "Extreme Browns."   And wondering why newspapers, especially those of a reputable nature, are not a good place to start.  For example, today's (Oct. 10) Seattle Times:

Study: Tropics will be the first region to be hit hard by global warming

Scientists have determined when the climates of numerous locations around the world will shift to a new, hotter normal as a result of higher greenhouse gas emissions, according to a study released Wednesday in the journal Nature.

 

http://seattletimes.com/html/nationworld/2022003962_climatewarmingxml.html

 

It is hard to believe that there is only one side to the controversy.

 

And finally, Mr. Keeler has yet to address the issue why, faced with so much evidence of human-caused climate change, and its potential for producing very serious consequences, we should not take some heed, and proceed with caution.



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