Tuesday, July 7, 2009

World, AUS and NZ Scientists against AGW alarmism.

A common argument of the pro-warmists is that there is concenus on AGW.
"Not true" I say, "there are many scientists from around the world and Australia and New Zealand who have serious doubts about the IPPC's assertions."
"Just name them then," I am challenged.
O.K. then:

See here: New Zealand Climate Science Coalition. ;
here: Australian Climate Science Coalition, ;
here: The Carbon Sense Coalition ;
and here: the Lavoisier Group

Some great opinion:
here: Bob Carter,
here: Louis Hissink,
here: Warwick Hughes,
here: David Stockwell and:
here: Jennifer Marohasy, all highly qualified scientists, conduct personal websites and blogs critical of AGW alarmism.

Go here for a list of others siting sceptisism of AGW.

Go here to see 197 international experts in climate science who signed the Manhattan Declaration against AGW alarmism. Their names and credentials are a matter of public record.

Here is 100 scientists, many of whom come from Australia and New Zealand, who signed a letter to the Secretary General of the UN on the occasion of the UN Bali Climate Conference, December 2007, expressing their opposition to AGW alarmism. Their names and credentials are now a matter of public record.

650 International scientists who have spoken out against AGW are identified and named in a 2008 US Senate Minority Report with this introduction.

Here is a link to another 31,478 American scientists who have signed a petition to "demonstrate that the claim of “settled science” and an overwhelming “consensus” in favor of the hypothesis of human-caused global warming and consequent climatological damage is wrong. No such consensus or settled science exists. As indicated by the petition text and signatory list, a very large number of American scientists reject this hypothesis.

Thanks to The Climate Sceptics (see link right)

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