The Australian reports that – “THREE senior Japanese scientists separately engaged in climate-change research have strongly questioned the validity of the man-made global-warming model that underpins the drive by the UN and most developed-nation governments to curb greenhouse gas emissions.”
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One says -”I believe the anthropogenic (man-made) effect for climate change is still only one of the hypotheses to explain the variability of climate,” Kanya Kusano told The Weekend Australian.
It could take 10 to 20 years more research to prove or disprove the theory of anthropogenic climate change.”
Another says - “Before anyone noticed, this hypothesis has been substituted for truth.”
The IPCC assertion that atmospheric temperatures are likely to increase continuously and steadily “should be perceived as an unprovable hypothesis”.
There is widespread skepticism that “most of the observed global temperature increase since the mid-20th century ‘is very likely due to the observed increase in anthropogenic greenhouse gas concentrations.’”
At a Japan Geoscience Union symposium last year, one of the scientists said, “the result showed 90 per cent of the participants do not believe the IPCC report”.
“Our nation must pay huge amounts of money to buy carbon discharge rights,” another scientist said. “This is not reasonable, but meaningless if global cooling will come soon — scientists will lose trust.”
A JSER representative said, “This paper (written by the scientists) represents the views of the individuals and not of the society.”
So, it really doesn’t matter what the scientists think, it matters what the society thinks, which at this point is neutral.
Yet another scientist said “many scientists were doubtful about man-made climate-change theory, but did not want to risk their funding from the government or bad publicity from the mass media, which he said was leading society in the wrong direction.”
My question – who stands to make out if the global warming scare continues? Those who are for the global warming hype or those who think it’s, well, um, just hype? There’s the answer.