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VISCOUNT MONCKTON'S LETTER TO U.S. HOUSE COMMITTEE ON ENERGY & COMMERCE

Posted 12 April 2009:

"At root, all of the red-flagged irregularities, errors, and exaggerations identified herein have their origin in the IPCC' s central exaggeration of the four parameters whose product is the temperature response to anthropogenic increases in carbon dioxide concentration.  I recommend, therefore, that the Committee should consider again, and carefully, the question whether the anthropogenic effect on global mean surface temperature has - albeit inadvertently - been considerably exaggerated. Upon this question all else depends. If climate sensitivity is as low as theory and the satellite data are agreed in showing it to be, then that is the end of the 'climate crisis', and it would be foolish to spend trillions on addressing a non-problem when there are so many real problems that need to be addressed."  LINK to site from which 40-page pdf file can be downloaded
 

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