Lovelock: Warmists Know Their Case Is Weak

Posted on Fri 04/02/2010 by


By Andrew Bolt

Gaia guru Professor James Lovelock explains why warmist scientists are so prone to fury when questioned:

The great climate science centres around the world are more than well aware how weak their science is. If you talk to them privately they’re scared stiff of the fact that they don’t really know what the clouds and the aerosols are doing. They could be absolutely running the show. We haven’t got the physics worked out yet….

We do need scepticism about the predictions about what will happen to the climate in 50 years, or whatever. It’s almost naive, scientifically speaking, to think we can give relatively accurate predictions for future climate. There are so many unknowns that it’s wrong to do it.

TonyfromOz adds …..

Let me see if I’ve got this right. An alarmist Scientist is now saying that they really don’t know if they are right. I thought we were told that the debate is over. Also, consider this, and I’m fully aware that Weather is Weather and Climate is not weather, but if the real weather forecasters (and I’m not talking about the talking heads who read the script for the evening news weather report) can’t get it right for one day into the future, why should we believe that they’ve got it right for what will happen in 50 to 100 years.

Andrew Bolt is a journalist and columnist writing for The Herald Sun in Melbourne Victoria Australia.

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