Thursday, 5 July 2012

Nobel prize winner Ivar Giaever: Climate Change = Pseudoscience

Catastrophic Photoshopped AGW image as verified. Falsified as Polar Bears are doing just fine.

The AGW hysterics pundits still make the claim that so many scientist promote and believe their fallacy that no one "notable or recognised" as a "real" scientist, ever states anything else than their inane AGW drivel.

That inane drivel has now been recognised and summarised by this Nobel prize winner. A winner of that prize when they use to actually award it on merit and not for politics as they did for the great imitator Obama and the world's greatest con man Al Gore. Both deserved a Nobel for inventions and snake oil salesman techniques, but that is about all.

We are all gonna die..

Jo Nova...

Nobel prize winner — Ivar Giaever — “climate change is pseudoscience”

Giaever stood his ground, dished it out for the Nobel committee, and pointed out the instruments are inaccurate, the results too small to mean anything, and called climate change “pseudoscience”. Merciless.

As he took the stage for his turn, Gieavar’s (sic) immediate remark was, “I am happy I’m allowed to speak for myself.” He derided the Nobel committees for awarding Al Gore and R.K. Pachauri a peace prize, and called agreement with the evidence of climate change a “religion.” In contrast to Crutzen and Molina, Gieavar (sic) found the measurement of the global average temperature rise of 0.8 degrees over 150 years remarkably unlikely to be accurate, because of the difficulties with precision for such measurements—and small enough not to matter in any case: “What does it mean that the temperature has gone up 0.8 degrees? Probably nothing.” He disagreed that carbon dioxide was involved and showed several charts that asserted, among other things, that climate had even cooled. “I pick and choose when I give this talk just the way the previous speaker picked and chose when he gave his talk,” he added. He finished with a pronouncement: “Is climate change pseudoscience? If I’m going to answer the question, the answer is: absolutely.”

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