"The Claims of the IPCC Are Dangerous Unscientific Nonsense" Says IPCC Expert

10 de abril de 2007

<body><div id="article"><tr><td height="28" valign="middle" width="184"></td><td valign="middle" width="185"></td></tr><h1>"The Claims of the IPCC Are Dangerous Unscientific Nonsense" Says IPCC Expert</h1><p>[source:press release]</p><p>April 10, Auckland, NZ (EIRNS)--"There is no scientific evidence for all these `projections' and `estimates,'" says Dr. Vincent Gray, the only New Zealander who has served as an expert reviewer for all the IPCC reports. "It should be obvious they are ridiculous."</p><p>"Global temperatures have not been rising for eight years. New Zealand temperatures in the last 50 years have gone down with volcanoes and up with El Niños but have no signs of `warming.' Christchurch has not warmed since 1917. The sea level in Auckland has been much the same since 1960."</p><p>Similarly, Paul Reiter, a medical entomologist who heads the Insects and Infectious Disease unit at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, says that scare stories about global warming spreading malaria are "complete bull."</p><p>Reiter quit the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change calling its approach unscientific, but had to threaten a lawsuit to get his name taken off the IPCC reports. In anApril 6, Reiter lambastes the IPCC process as "bullshit," and ridicules Al Gore's phony film depiction of the malaria scare.</p><p></p></div></body>