February 4, 2013, 2:56 am News

Posted 5 February 2013

"Two ways to encourage unity on the climate change issue would be to insist that forecasts be provided for all costs and benefits, and that all forecasting procedures abide by scientific principles. If validated principles are not included in the current forecasts, they should be added. Until we have scientific forecasts, there is no basis for unified action to prevent global warming — or cooling." Professor J Scott Armstrong, writing in the Washington Times.

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