October 14, 2019

UN-IPCC Climate Report Condemned

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Monday, September 30, 2013 Press Release 8-2013
8:00 AM

The Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC), has just released a profoundly critical review the UN-IPCC’s latest climate report, “Climate Change 2013, The Physical Science Basis, Summary for Policymakers.” In the SSRC’s own ‘Assessment’ of this Summary from the UN-IPCC, it issues what may be strongest condemnation of UN-IPCC reports to date from an authoritative climate research organization.

Edited by other SSRC Associate Scientists, the primary author of the SSRC review was Mr. John Casey, SSRC President. In addition to that position, Mr. Casey is a well-known climate lecturer and author of the internationally acclaimed climate book, “Cold Sun.” He is also the Editor of the Global Climate Status Report (GCSR), and has recently been called “America’s best climate prediction expert.”* On August 21, 2013, near Miami, Florida, he and other scientists held an important news conference where they announced the coming end of global sea level rise caused by the now ten year long cooling of the Earth’s oceans and the rapidly approaching new cold climate era.

The SSRC is the leading climate research organization in the United States in terms of its advocacy for a national and international plan to prepare for the approaching dangerous cold climate that it and other science organizations have predicted. From its separately posted Assessment of the UN-IPCC Summary for Policymakers, comes this critical opinion:
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“This Summary and future portions of AR5 based on the science contained in this Summary, should be discarded. Given the host of significant errors, flaws in judgment, and simply bad science found in the Summary, it should not be considered as a worthwhile scientific document for any policymaker interested in understanding the full range of causes and effects of climate change and what the next climate era will be like. The report also provides sufficient evidence to conclude that there may have been serious scientific misconduct and breach of professional ethics by the UN-IPCC and the Summary’s authors.”

Click here to download a PDF file of the full three page press release.

Click here to download a PDF file of the SSRC Assessment of the UN-IPCC report.

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