It has been just revealed the fact that MIT scientists are addressing climate regulations. And there’s no surprise in the fact that these are obviously based on a hoax. Check out the latest reports about this below.
MIT scientists address climate change hoax
In testimony, two highly respected climate scientists have challenged the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new regulations aimed at reducing CO2 emissions in electricity generation. They have argued with extensive data (pdf) to back up their claims that these regulations are not scientifically justifiable and will be disastrous for the country. William Happer, professor emeritus of physics at Princeton University, and Richard Lindzen, professor emeritus of atmospheric science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), have pointed out that the claims used by the EPA to justify the regulations are based on political opinions and speculative models that have consistently been proven wrong.
“The unscientific method of analysis, relying on consensus, peer review, government opinion, models that do not work, cherry-picking data and omitting voluminous contradictory data, is commonly employed in these studies and by the EPA in the Proposed Rule,” Mr. Happer and Mr. Lindzen stated. “None of the studies provides scientific knowledge, and thus none provides any scientific support for the Proposed Rule.”
“All of the models that predict catastrophic global warming fail the key test of the scientific method: they grossly overpredict the warming versus actual data,” they stated.
The notes continued and said the following: “The scientific method proves there is no risk that fossil fuels and carbon dioxide will cause catastrophic warming and extreme weather.”
Climate models like the ones that the EPA is using have been consistently wrong for decades in predicting actual outcomes, Mr. Happer told The Epoch Times, according to the latest reports.
Climate change in the news
Back in May, we were revealing the fact that the effects of deliberately exaggerating the risks of climate change can do tremendous harm. This can lead to the destruction of people’s mental health and trust in science – or, better put, trust in what science used to be.
In March of last year, The Washington Post reported on the increased risks of flight turbulence due to climate change. More recently, the World Economic Forum reiterated this concern in a blog, highlighting that “erratic” clear air turbulence is projected to rise by two or three times in the next few decades.
We suggest that you check out our previous article in order to learn more details about all this.