The Case Against Anthropogenic Climate Change
examines the validity of the science behind anthropogenic global warming
theory, and concludes that some supporting evidence might have been
misinterpreted and even misrepresented, and that contrary evidence appears to
have been ignored. An original basis for
anthropogenic global warming predictions, the ‘hockey stick’ paper, has been
discredited. NASA temperature data has been found to have been misreported.
Climate models have proven to be unreliable when ‘look back’ techniques have
been used. Sea levels have actually
fallen in some areas that have been designated as the most threatened. Severe weather events including hurricanes
and tornados have not increased in frequency and/or intensity in this
century. Most polar bear populations are
either stable or increasing in numbers.
The United Nations Climate Panel predicts that