- Lars Bern receives heavy support from scientists
Lars Bern 10 Feb 2015 | Photo: Torbjörn Sassersson
Originally published on NewsMill.se: 2008-12-17 at 20:12
NEWS VOICE ARCHIVE. There is no correlation between increased carbon dioxide content and possible climate change. The warming during the 20th century does not give cause for concern, regardless of the causes. The climate policy that is based on the UN's climate panel risks being hit very hard by the poor. It writes Lars Bern and 20 professors and associate professors in science subjects.
The UN Climate Panel IPCC, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, was established in 1988 with the directive to compile research reports on the human impact on the climate. The purpose of the IPCC is to review and summarize scientific information that is relevant to human-caused climate change, the impact of such climate change, and options for adaptation and measures.
The perspective has made it concentrated on a greenhouse effect caused by human emissions of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide. This restriction means that not enough attention has been paid to other climate-influencing factors, such as the effect of solar magnetism on cloudiness and variations of ocean currents. We believe that there is no evidence that the climate changes that have been observed are not mainly natural causes.
The IPCC's scenarios on how to believe the climate will develop are based on computer models. One scenario is no forecast, but something that can happen if certain human activities develop as expected. The models are designed so that moderately elevated levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere give rise to considerable heating. The scenarios as a basis have then issued and issued alarm reports.
Leading alarmists have gone further than the IPCC and have successfully succeeded in exposing the picture that their claims are based on scientific consensus. But scientific facts are not determined by voting. Alarmism has created a situation where the scientific conversation is about to be replaced by hair splitters
Allegation of scientific consensus, concerning the role of anthropogenic carbon dioxide in the climate, is not only irrelevant but also inaccurate. This is illustrated by the fact that the IPCC-critical Manhattan Declaration was signed by more than 600 qualified graduates, of whom 200 are directly involved in climate research. The development is a serious threat to the credibility of the entire scientific community.
Based on the mentioned scenarios, the IPCC claims that everything indicates that warming of the Earth's atmosphere will cause climate change that can lead to a large-scale disaster. However, rapid radical countermeasures would, according to the IPCC, be able to limit the alleged adverse effects.
Our view is: that it was not possible to show a significant causal link between increased carbon dioxide content and possible climate change.
that the observed warming during the 20th century does not give cause for concern, regardless of the causes, that the climate models on which the alarm reports are based have little forecast value, hat the Manhattan Declaration contradicts the claim of consensus, that a climate policy based on the IPCC scenarios risks leading to a devastating waste of human and financial resources, which mainly affect the poor in the world.
Before society takes far-reaching decisions on climate policy, we should make sure to stand on a safer scientific basis than the one we have today. The Government should therefore initiate a hearing with a broad spectrum of representatives of the scientific community with different views on the climate issue.
We also encourage the study of the following link from the US Senate's Environmental Committee.
Professor Göran Einarsson KTH
Professor Lars G. Franzén GU
Professor David Gee UU
Professor Krister Holmberg CTH
Professor Bo Jönsson LU
Professor Sten Kaijser UU
Professor Wibjörn Karlén UU
Professor Jan-Olov Liljenzin CTH
Professor Torbjörn Norin KTH
Professor Magnus Nydén CTH
Professor Göran Petersson CTH
Professor CG. Ribbing UU
Professor Anders Stigebrandt GU
Professor Peter Stilbs KTH
Professor Anders Ulfvarson CTH
Professor Gösta Walin GU
Associate Professor Tage Andersson former SMHI
Associate Professor Sven G Gustafsson fs Ericsson Radar
Associate Professor Olov Einarsson former ABB
Associate Professor Thomas Hellström LTH
About the author
Lars Bern has worked with environmental issues for 35 years. He is the founder of The Natural Step and was formerly CEO of Ångpanneföreningen and IVL Svenska Miljöinstitutet and member of the King. The Science Committee's Environmental Committee.
The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehavior acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.
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