Friday, 14 December 2012

IPCC authors now admit that the sun plays a far greater role in climate than previously thought.

                     A UN leak from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) now has admitted that the sun plays a far greater role than previously thought. .Many UN researchers are now on record as stating that changes in the sun, rather than human carbon dioxide emissions have altered the earth`s temperatures.  The source of the leak Alec Rawls participated in the review of the Second Order Draft of AR5(the next IPCC report).  He said that it is important for the document to be immediately released because of the public`s right to know.  This has been reported on the WUWT blog and Rawls says that he felt compelled to break his confidentially agreement as an IPCC reviewer because of "the systematic dishonesty of the report."     He says it has been corrupted by bad faith and fraud.  He concluded " the IPCC admission of strong evidence for enhanced solar forcing changes everything.   the climate alarmists cannot continue to claim that warming was almost entirely due to human activity over a period when solar warming effects, now acknowledged to be important, were at a maximum"
               Alarmist IPCC authors have been using regression analysis techniques in what appears a cynical statistical trick to remove the impacts of natural ocean current systems such as El Nino and La Nina and volcanic aerosols from the instrument temperature record.  Critics say this is just another way that junk scientists can make it appear that human emissions are the more dominant.  However the leaked documents clearly show that a substantial number of IPCC scientists now recognize what many of us have been saying all along that there is a  underlying long term solar trend which recent scientific studies show was most evident in the Roman and Medieval Warm Periods.    Principia-Scientific International (PSI) a new world wide body of climate scientists and engineers who assert that solar impacts are dominant and that human impacts are trivial have expressed delight at these latest revelations.   This is a timely boost for PSI scientists who have recently  published papers pointing to solar not human impacts on climate.  Among these are PSI scientists Canadian astrophytsicist Joseph E Postma and Australian Douglas Cotton.  (

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