Skeptic says scientists all wrong on the climate

OlympiaNovember 1, 2013 

The International Panel on Climate Change says there is a 95 percent probability humanity is causing possible catastrophic climate change by adding greenhouse gases (primarily CO2) to the atmosphere even though there has been no global warming for at least 15 years or 70 percent of the IPCC’s existence. The $100 million IPCC computer modeling climate projections is now so far away from actual temperatures, global warming would have to double for at least the next decade or more just to catch up.

The skeptic scientists have been saying the Arctic sea ice has firmed up and begun to expand. The National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colo., confirmed the 2013 Arctic sea ice was 50 percent greater than in 2012. The IPCC can vote on whatever percent they think humanity is responsible for global warming, but until their theories and pronouncements match real world scientific data, it remains way too much of a stretch for me to believe in.

Given the track record accuracy of the two entities (IPCC, skeptic scientists), I’m throwing in with the skeptics.

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