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No hay consenso científico sobre cambio climático

escrito por Luis I. Gómez 19 octubre, 2007

Dennis Bray y Hans v. Storch se han puesto manos a la obra y nos presentan un trabajo ímprobo en el que comparan los resultados de dos estudios realizados en 1996 y en 2003. En esos estudios se encuestaba a los científicos ocupados en "cambio climático" sobre sus teorías, resultados y métodos de trabajo. Está previsto publicar antes de fin de este año una encuesta similar realizada a lo largo de 2007.

Conclusiones? No hay consenso:

Conclusion
The purpose of this report has been to point out some of the controversy surrounding the survey of climate scientists and to high light some of the findings that have added to the controversy (and some that have not). Figures 31 to 100 (Appendix B) allow for the exploration of some of these issues in greater detail, with figures 69 – 100 pertaining to questions asked only on the 2003 survey. As the data seems to suggest, the matter is far from being settled in the scientific arena. A repeat of the survey is planned for 2007. It is hoped that the cooperation of the broad scientific community will again be forthcoming and that subsequent analysis will shed light not just on controversial claims but also on those areas of science that are consensually in need of further study, i.e. figures 1 – 15 in Appendix B.

Engrasen la impresora y anímense: son 132 folios que realmente merecen la pena. Más ahora que Al Gore, el mesías, llega a España en busca de incautos apóstoles.

Sean valientes: "The Perspectives of Climate Scientists on Global Climate Change"

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