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Wednesday, 28 April 2010

IPPC wrong again?

Surely not? I was going to headline this post as Bangladeshgate but it's too much of a mouthful for anyone to pronounce.

it would appear that for all the much hyped part of the IPCC, on rising sea levels which would swamp Bangladesh are not quite correct.

Now comes a study from the Dhaka-based Center for Environment and Geographic Information Services (CEGIS) that says the IPCC forgot to factor in the 1 billion tons of sediment carried by Himalayan rivers such as the Ganges and the Brahmaputra into Bangladesh every year.

CEGIS director Maminul Haque Sarker told AFP that "studies on the effects of climate change in Bangladesh, including those quoted by the IPCC, did not consider the role of sediment in the growth and adjustment process of the country's coast and rivers to the sea level rise." Even if sea levels rose according to IPCC predictions, Sarker says, natural sediment deposits would cancel the effect of any rise.


Apocalyptic changes forecast by climate change alarmists, according to Swedish geologist and physicist Nils-Axel Morner, former head of the International Commission on Sea Level Change, are not in the cards. Despite fluctuations down as well as up, "the sea is not rising," he says. "It hasn't risen in 50 years."

If there is any rise this century it will "not be more than 10 cm (four inches), with an uncertainty of plus or minus 10 cm."

He also states that in Tuvalu which was supposed to be inundated in a few years, the sea level has actually fallen.

They really should give up with this global warming shite before it's too late.

Then again there is the money.............






Our Gordon's sly remarks after being asked about East European immigration.