• The sixth International Conference on Climate Change.

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    Above is an excellent report of the sixth International Conference on Climate Change. It featrures Doctor Robert M. “Bob” Carter, an adjunct research professor in the Marine Geophysical Laboratory at James Cook University, Queensland, and the University of Adelaide, South Australia. He is a geologist specializing in palaeontology, stratigraphy, marine geology, and environmental science.

    The importance of the British Gazette is demonstrated by the complete absence of coverage by the Brussels Brainwashing Commissariat of the Heartland Institute’s hosting of the sixth International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-6) on 30th June to 1st July in Washington, DC at the Marriott Wardman Park hotel

    The theme of the conference, “Restoring the Scientific Method”, acknowledges the fact that claims of scientific certainty and predictions of climate catastrophes are based on post-normal science, which substitutes claims of consensus for the scientific method. This choice has had terrible consequences for science and society. Abandoning the scientific method led to the Climategate scandal and the errors and abuses of peer review by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

    The scientists speaking at this conference, and the hundreds more who attended, were committed to restoring the scientific method. This means abandoning the failed hypothesis of man-made climate change, and using real science and sound economics to improve our understanding of the planet’s ever-changing climate.

    Speakers included:
    Timothy Ball, Ph.D.
    Larry Bell, Ph.D.
    Alan Carlin, Ph.D.
    Robert “Bob” Carter, Hon. FRSNZ
    Christopher Horner, J.D.
    Robert O. Mendelsohn, Ph.D.
    Patrick Michaels, Ph.D.
    Roy W. Spencer, Ph.D.
    Harrison Schmitt, Ph.D.
    Willie Soon, Ph.D.
    S. Fred Singer, Ph.D.
    David G. Tuerck, Ph.D.
    Anthony Watts

    • Skip the first ten minutes if you must but please watch the video from then through to the end.

      Thanks for sharing this Peter, as you point out,the chances of the BBC reporting this are remote.

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