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Michael Kelly: Models “Over-Egged to Produce Alarm”

Michael Kelly’s sensible questions at the Oxburgh Inquiry were suppressed by Lord Oxburgh of FalckRenewables and Cefn Croes, but were made available through unopposed FOI. Kelly’s letter to the Times today (h/t Bishop Hill) sets out a position not much different than Lindzen’s: The interpretation of the observational science has been consistently over-egged to produce […]

Kelly’s Comments

Andrew Montford has succeeded in prying some important documents from the Oxburgh “inquiry”. These raise several important issues. The attachments here include Michael Kelly’s notes – see page 81 on. These offer a few glimpses of sanity that were suppressed by Oxburgh in the “report”. Here is an interesting comment about IPCC (leaving aside, for […]