Today: 16.Nov.2018

Nils-Axel Moerner, former head of the paleogeophysics and geodynamics department at Stockholm University: This is a summary of The Porto Climate Conference on Basic Science of a Changing Climate at the University of Porto in Porto, Portugal: How process in the Sun, Atmosphere and Ocean affect Weather and Climate, Porto September 7 and 8, 2018 included 35 paper, 4 posters and 2 discussion sessions. The conclusions of this conference present very important scientific research about man-made climate change that is the opposite of the alarmist positions of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Ed Berry, physicist and climate scientist: Simple physics explains why man-made carbon dioxide does not cause catastrophic global warming. Analysis of the chemistry of the carbon dioxide cycle is more complex. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change computer models are black boxes. The public doesn't know what's in them and their fudge factors can get any answer they want. The computer models have never explained climate change in the past. Dr. Berry's physics model explains the process of CO2 in the atmosphere. We can accept this explanation or debate it until the next ice age. We can continue to use fossil fuels or forgo them, transfer wealth by mandate and abandon modern living standards. We can believe those who claim that nuclear can control climate change or understand that nuclear can help us when climate changes. Simple.

Sebastian Luening, paleogeologist: In der Klimawandeldiskussion wird oft die bereits stattfindende Zunahme der Klimavariabilität unterstellt: „Das Klima wird verrückter.“ Ständig versorgen uns Medien mit neuen Rekorden, Versicherungen mit explodierenden Schadenskurven, im Jahresabstand folgen 100-jährige Extremereignisse. Es folgt eine rationale Annäherung an die Frage, ob das Klima gegenüber früher generell extremer geworden ist und ob das die Folge des anthropogen verstärkten Treibhauseffekts ist.

Many scientists, engineers, professionals in many fields, members of the general public, the Governor of California, the Chancellor of Germany, and the Pope, "know" that mankind through their use of fossil fuels is causing catastrophic global warming, climate change, climate disruption and sea level rise. They demand that the poorer half of the world never use fossil fuels and the richer half stop using them. That would be an anthropogenic catastrophe. A scientific organization in Austria, ZAMG, reports that the climate variability in Austria for the last 200 years is the same or less than for the long term average. So mankind is innocent.

Kieran Nicholson, Denver Post: Finally, a newspaper reporter writes about the weather and compares it with facts in the past rather than sounding the catastrophic man-made climate change alarm. Up and down the Front Range of Colorado cities from Pueblo to Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins have university professors and people with all kinds of credentials who know for certain that man's use of fossil fuels causes catastrophic global warming, climate change, climate disruption, and sea level rise. They fret that the world must stop using fossil fuels. But they have few intentions to stop using their cars, turn the lights, heating and air conditioning off, stop using their iPhones, TVs, computers, ovens, stove tops and microwaves. Just demand that billions of poorer people around the world not increase their use of energy.

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