Posted by: Grant | April 24, 2013

Big Norwegian Science Organisation

SINTEF has unsettled the settled science claims with a detailed analysis of the anti “Climate” case.
Discovers an awful lot of skeptics!
Obviously the succession of more and more freezing cold winters is getting harder and harder to ignore up there!

This SINTEF report calls for a continuing questioning, critical, and undogmatic public debate over man-made global warming, and a clearer separation between science and policy.

Could be the first scientific organisation in the world to break ranks with the alarmists?

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REPORT
Consensus and Controversy
The Debate on Man Made Global Warming
Author Emil A. Røyrvik
http://www.sintef.no/upload/Teknologi_og_samfunn/Teknologiledelse/SINTEF%20Report%20A24071,%20Consensus%20and%20Controversy.pdf

SINTEF (Norwegian: Stiftelsen for industriell og teknisk forskning), headquartered in Trondheim, Norway, is the largest independent research organisation in Scandinavia. Every year, SINTEF supports research and development at 2,000 or so Norwegian and overseas companies via its research and development activity.
The acronym SINTEF means “The Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research”. SINTEF was established at the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NTH) in Trondheim in 1950 and expanded rapidly in the following years. The largest expansion came in 1993 when the “Centre for Industrial Research” in Oslo merged with SINTEF and created the SINTEF Oslo campus.

GWPF summary herehttp://www.thegwpf.org/consensus-controversy-debate-man-made-global-warming/

Should have thought twice about some of their Nobel Prizes – shouldn’t they?

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