[Coral-List] William Allison (The Great Global Warming Swindle)
phoetjes at cura.net
Fri Mar 23 13:33:18 EDT 2007
Forgive me if I'm naive, but isn't this review of the current scientific
literature and consensus exactly what the IPCC was established for and
has been doing for a long time now? Instead of wasting our time on all
these hold-out skirmishes comparable to the cook fringes fighting
evolutionary theory, why not pay a little more attention to the IPCC
reports which really represent middle of the road scientific consensus.
On 22/3/2007 12:45 PM, Dennis Heinemann wrote:
> If you are going to 'draw your own conclusions' as Gene suggests, then I
> would urge you look at the issue from multiple perspectives. The link
> below provides a critique of the Swindle document and its arguments.
> Both are advocacy views. A search of the web will turn up many more.
> If you really want to understand the factors affecting global climate
> change and warming then you may want to read the scientific literature
> on the subject and make your own evaluation of the science and its
> implications -- easily said, but not so easily done given the volume of
> research and breadth of scientific fields involved.
> Dennis Heinemann, PhD
> Senior Scientist
> The Ocean Conservancy
> Washington, DC 20006
> -----Original Message-----
> From: coral-list-bounces at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
> [mailto:coral-list-bounces at coral.aoml.noaa.gov] On Behalf Of Gene Shinn
> Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2007 4:35 PM
> To: coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
> Subject: [Coral-List] William Allison (The Great Global Warming Swindle)
> Bill, The Great Global Warming Swindle apparently is not still on the
> website you provided. This 1 hr and 15 minute video (that's a long time
> to sit and watch) was the hot ticket on Google Video at the
> beginning of last week. It was on and off that web site for a few
> days probably due to heavy traffic. It was blocked from people I know
> that are on the Department of Interior system. It is still at
> <www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6IPHmJWmDk> where it can be seen in 9 minute
> and 29 second segments (for commercials). I know it will inflame many
> coral-listers while some will be intrigued by the science it espouses.
> It features some first rate scientists. Draw your own conclusions. Gene
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