Is the pyramid of climate change lies about to come crumbling down? I doubt we would have seen an article like this in the Mainstream Media five or even three years ago.
So much for the 97% consensus. It appears that scientists are starting to turn on each other as their doomsday predictions not only didn’t meet the target dates, but went WAY beyond the time frame given. As such, we now have members of the highly inaccurate and misleading 97% club pointing fingers and throwing each other under the bus in a vain attempt to distance themselves from the biggest hoax ever perpetrated on mankind.
We can expect though, that the religious faithful of the Church of Global Warming will continue to ‘believe’ and defend their chosen ideology. It will be a hard pill to swallow for them to admit just how easily they were duped. — DQ
Scientist Accused of ’Crying Wolf’ on Climate Change With Claim that Arctic Sea Ice Would Vanish
Sarah Knapton — National Post (originally printed in The Telegraph) — October 8, 2016
Dire predictions that the Arctic would be free of sea ice by September have proven unfounded after satellite images showed there is far more ice now than in 2012.
Scientists including Peter Wadhams, of Cambridge University, and Wieslaw Maslowski, of the Naval Postgraduate School in Moderey, California, have regularly forecast the loss of ice by 2016, a warning that has been widely reported by the BBC and other media outlets.
Prof Wadhams, who is considered a leading expert on Arctic sea ice loss, has recently published a book entitled A Farewell To Ice in which he repeated the assertion that the Arctic would be free of ice in the middle of this decade.
As late as this summer he was still predicting an ice-free September.
Yet when figures were released for the yearly minimum on Sept 10, they showed that there was still 4.14 million sq km of sea ice, which was 21 per cent more than the lowest point in 2012.
For the month of September overall there was 31 per cent more ice than in 2012, figures released this week by the National Snow and Ice Data Centre (NSIDC) show, amounting to an extra 1.09 million sq km of sea ice.
Although NSIDC satellite data going back to 1981 show an undeniable downward trend in sea ice over the past 35 years, scientists have accused Prof Wadhams and others of “crying wolf” and harming the message of climate change through “dramatic”, “incorrect” and “confusing” predictions. Continue reading here…..