Facts do not Matter in Climate Change Politics

A MATHEMATICAL discovery by Perth-based electrical engineer Dr David Evans may change everything about the climate debate, on the eve of the UN climate change conference in Paris next month. A former climate modeller for the Government’s Australian Greenhouse Office, with six degrees in applied mathematics, Dr Evans has unpacked the architecture of the basic climate model which underpins all climate science. He has found that, while the underlying physics of the model is correct, it had been applied incorrectly.

Dr Evans is not unaware of the challenge of changing the politic, says his discovery “ought to change the world”. “But the political obstacles are massive,” he said. There are billions on the table and recognition that climate change hysteria has no scientific basis will dry up the climate change slush fund, and Dr Evan’s findings will be fought tooth and nail by the anointed at the trough.


Dr Evans predicts global temperatures, which have plateaued, will begin to cool significantly, beginning between 2017 and 2021. The cooling will be about 0.3C in the 2020s. Some scientists have even forecast a mini ice age in the 2030s.


5 thoughts on “Facts do not Matter in Climate Change Politics

  1. rishrac October 8, 2015 / 7:30 am

    Who would have thought? The only way you can get so many predictions wrong is apply the wrong math. It’s amusing that CAGW tries to align the predictions by denying they are wrong or adjusting the data. Hottest year on record? After they adjust the data and outside error bars, no where near the dramatic increase that was predicted by a significant orders lower.

  2. Tesla X (@Tesla_X) October 11, 2015 / 1:27 pm

    The only way you can get so many predictions wrong is through bribery, blackmail and fraud.
    They knew exactly what they were doing and why.
    No more excuses.

    • rishrac October 12, 2015 / 1:05 pm

      It’s worse than that. Getting so many wrong means there math is wrong. I don’t mean the mechanics, the applied math to the condition. If it were close, they’d have a few right, once in awhile.

  3. rishrac October 12, 2015 / 1:06 pm

    Word correct is such a pain… their, not there.

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