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Scientist and Engineers

Science Magazine May 11, 2007 page 8126: An article titled –IPPC Report lays out options for Taming Greenhouse Gases – Now that the demonstrations and spinning is over, realty is setting in. One of the plans to attempt to keep the carbon dioxide below 535 parts per million would come at and estimated cost of 3% of the world Gross Domestic Production. Consider were this is going to land. That would mean that the poverty level is lowered by 3%, which doesn’t sound like much, but bear in mind that by 2030, the world population will be 10,300,000,000 people. That is fine if you are a fat cat, and nowhere near the poverty line, but for the people who are already close to or over the line it is another kick in the face. This tiny change will push at least another 300 million people below the poverty line. This will increase, hunger, and unrest to say the least. Two things the earth doesn’t need anymore of are poverty and dissention. Scientists are good a finding problems, but are the wrong tool for fixing the problem. Scientist should be sent home now and the engineers called out. Engineers are trained to provide practical solutions, scientist are trained to find theorectical solutions. The scientists aren’t even working on the correct solution: population. Download “population and climate change” on the archive page.

The author of the article in Nature, also states, “But hidden within the text of the report are abundant references to uncertainties and caveats that have gone largely unmentioned. For one, many scientists are muttering, THE REPORT IS ONLY AS GOOD AS ITS MODELS.” That is abundantly clear to scientists, but not the public. The public tends to accept models as being truth incarnate. This is unrealistic. Monday, North Pacific Research, is finishing a month long study on the accuracies of climate modeling. It will be posted on the archives page of this site on Monday or Tuesday.



By D J Dodds

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