New Book: Climate Change Reconsidered

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As Congress debates global warming legislation that would raise energy costs to consumers by hundreds of billions of dollars, the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) has released an 880-page book challenging the scientific basis of concerns that global warming is either man-made or would have harmful effects.

In "Climate Change Reconsidered: The 2009 Report of the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC)," coauthors Dr. S. Fred Singer and Dr. Craig Idso and 35 contributors and reviewers present an authoritative and detailed rebuttal of the findings of the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), on which the Obama Administration and Democrats in Congress rely for their regulatory proposals.

The scholarship in this book demonstrates overwhelming scientific support for the position that the warming of the twentieth century was moderate and not unprecedented, that its impact on human health and wildlife was positive, and that carbon dioxide probably is not the driving factor behind climate change.

The authors cite thousands of peer-reviewed research papers and books that were ignored by the IPCC, plus additional scientific research that became available after the IPCC's self-imposed deadline of May 2006.

The Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) is an international panel of nongovernment scientists and scholars who have come together to understand the causes and consequences of climate change. Because it is not a government agency, and because its members are not predisposed to believe climate change is caused by human greenhouse gas emissions, NIPCC is able to offer an independent "second opinion" of the evidence reviewed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). NIPCC traces its roots to a meeting in Milan in 2003 organized by the Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP), a nonprofit research and education organization based in Arlington, Virginia. SEPP, in turn, was founded in 1990 by Dr. S. Fred Singer, an atmospheric physicist, and incorporated in 1992 following Dr. Singer's retirement from the University of Virginia.

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Searching the web news for any mention of this, I found almost not a single site - except a few minor ones. Total media blackout on NIPCC, yet total and complete non-stop coverage of IPCC/AlGore/Dems. They can't counter us, so they just silence us.

Timely items like this are why M4GW's website is on my favorites list right above Drudge Report and
Keep up the good work Elmer. Since we can't possibly depend on the major media for the contra- side of this farce now called "climate change", we've come to depend on you.
Great work!

Excellent job of keeping us up to date on the global warming fraud that is going on. Thanks for the web site.


I am a freshman at a California high school that finds it is very difficult to find any reliable and concrete information questioning global warming; until i heard about the heartland institute.
Almost all of the students at my school have been brainwashed by teachers and the corrupt media into thinking that global warming is a dangerous threat that should be trusted to the even more corrupt government. Not all my friends think this way because they are stupid, but because they never have been told anything else. It's sad.

Thanks for this information. My sister has been wondering about this topic for a while.

I'm still a little mislead on your blog here. Do you really believe this? I don't say you are wrong, but you will have to create a good argument to convince people of your point.

Nice way of summing it up.. cheers Why do ya reckon Blonds don't have elevator jobs? Cos they've no idea of the route.

In one moment in my search, I find your site, and always return for here because enjoy it.

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