Friday, 13 June 2014

Professor Caleb Rossiter employment terminated because he described man made global warming as unproved.

            Dr Caleb Rossiter has had his fellowship with the Institute for Policy Studies(IPS) in the US terminated because he said the man made global warming theory was "unproven science".  This is the alarmist climate fascists at work.    Marc Morano of Climate Depot( June 12, 2014 ) reports  that following his May 4th 2014 Wall Street Journal article titled "Sacrificing Africa for Climate Change" in which he called man made global warming an "unproved science" his contract with IPS  was terminated.  Professor Rossiter also championed the expansion of carbon based energy in Africa. He has a Phd in policy analysis and in an interview with Climate Depot he said "just two days after I published a piece in the Wall Street Journal calling for Africa to be allowed all of the energy we have in the US, the Institute for Policy Studies terminated my 23 year relationship with them because my analysis and theirs` diverge".  He questioned the claim of the alarmists and quoted the IPCC(Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) own data showing a nearly 20 year temperature pause.

           In his op-ed in the Wall Street Journal of 4 May he said "I started to suspect that the climate-change data were dubious a decade ago while teaching statistics. Computer models used by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to determine the cause of the six-tenths of one degree Fahrenheit rise in global temperature from 1980 to 2000 could not statistically separate fossil-fueled and natural trends".  He continued "The left wants to stop industrialization--even if the theory of catastrophic man made global warming is false".  He added "western policies seem more interested in carbon-dioxide levels than in life expectancy.  Each American accounts for 20 times the emissions of each African.  We are not rationing OUR electricity.  Why should Africa, which needs electricity for the sort of income producing enterprises and infrastructure that help improve life expectancy? The average in Africa is 59 years, in America it is 79".   he went on  "how terrible to think that so many people in the west would rather block such success stories in the name of unproven science"

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