Report of the French Academy of Sciences Looks Devastating to the IPCC

by William Yeatman on October 14, 2010

in Blog

This morning we received an update from friend at the Institut Hayek in France. Evidently, the French Academy of Sciences soon will release a paper that eviscerates the “beautiful certainties” espoused by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. To read Drieu Godefridi’s brief on the imminent report, click here. To visits the Institut Hayek website, click here.

mkjon October 15, 2010 at 3:27 pm

I think finally that more and more organizations are opening their eyes to the false information that has been fed to them about CO2.

Here is a Quote from Guest Editorial in Chemical and Engineering News, Oct. 12, 2010, by Sllrn J. Bsrd (U o Texas):
“I also fear that the perceived importance of money in science has led to a public backlash on issues like climate change and chemical toxicity, with the feeling that scientists are pushing these areas to get funding and not necessarily because they believe all that they report. This indeed is tragic.”

Brian H October 17, 2010 at 11:26 pm

Unfortunately, the article’s confident prediction that the resignation of Pachauri was now inevitable has turned out wrong. He’s going to brazen it through.

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