Dr Vincent Gray

Dr Vincent Gray (Physical Chemist) UN IPCC Expert Reviewer. He has been involved in every report of the IPCC. He is the author of over 100 scientific papers and a book ‘The Greenhouse Delusion, A Critique of Climate Change’

“The whole process is a swindle, in large part because the IPCC has a blinkered mandate that excludes natural causes of global warming. The claims of the IPCC are dangerous unscientific nonsense.”

“No climate model has ever been properly tested, which is what ‘validation’ means, and their ‘projections’ are nothing more than the opinions of ‘experts’ with a conflict of interest. There is no actual scientific evidence for all these ‘projections’ and ‘estimates’. It should be obvious that they are ridiculous.”  

“The [IPCC] ‘Summary for Policymakers’ might get a few readers, but the main purpose of the report is to provide a spurious scientific backup for the absurd claims of the worldwide environmentalist lobby that it has been established scientifically that increases in carbon dioxide are harmful to the climate. It just does not matter that this is not so.”

Worked in coal industry. [wikipedia] -He has been an “Expert Reviewer for the IPCC” since 1990,[1][6] although this consideration has been challenged and considered misleading since it does not require any expertise at all, but only that “he asked to see the draft report” and signed an agreement not to publicly comment on the draft report. [9].

Gray has never been published in a peer-reviewed journal on the subject of climate change.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vincent_R._Gray




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