Cascading fallacies in climate risk assessment

Iowa Climate Science Education

Reposted from CFACT

By David Wojick |August 10th, 2020|

As a logician, I am always on the lookout for fallacies and there is no lack of them in climate change alarmist policies. New Zealand’s newly released climate risk assessment not only has multiple fallacies, they build on one another in a cascade.

North Island Brown Kiwi, Apteryx mantelli

This is not about New Zealand. The authors of the assessment make clear that theirs is a new approach which they hope will be used globally. So this is about the world, including America.

The massive report is titled “First national climate change risk assessment for New Zealand.” Under New Zealand’s climate law, these assessments are supposed to be done every five years and this is the first.

The scope is breathtaking. The idea is to identify all of the significant risks due to human caused climate change that will be present…

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  1. Many have been brainwashed into thinking computers can do things they cannot do.
    A computer basically is an adding machine and as such if you put garbage in you get garbage out (GIGO). These are the same people who give us the weather reports and cannot forecast more than two days ahead. It’s the climatologists who are programmed.

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