by The Galileo Movement media release
Our objective is to protect freedom by exposing misrepresentations pushing a ‘price on carbon dioxide’. We care about freedom, security, the environment, humanity and our future. Exposing the Climate Commission’s unscientific ‘Key Messages.’ Taxing carbon dioxide is NONSENSE
The Galileo Movement is concerned by misrepresentation of climate and science in the government’s Climate Commission report released today. The report is inappropriate for distribution as scientific information in a liberal democracy. It is propaganda. Its Key Messages contain numerous falsities.
The Galileo Movement provides an attached Assessment of the Climate Commission’s Key Messages.
A team of Australian scientists headed by palaeoclimatologist Professor Bob Carter is preparing a detailed response to the Climate Commission’s report. The scientists’ response is expected next week.
The Galileo Movement asks:
- Why are all eight of Australia’s publicly prominent academics promoting the notion of global warming due to human causes when all fail to provide specific, scientifically measured real-world evidence for their core claim of human causation?
- Why are people funded by the government included in the Climate Commission’s Science Advisory Panel?
This appears to be a conflict of interests.
The Climate Commission’s report coincides with release of Dr Wes Allen’s book ‘’The Weather Makers Re-examined’. This is the first and only serious review of Chief Climate Commissioner Tim Flannery’s book ‘The Weather Makers’.
Dr Allen’s solid data reveals serious errors, misrepresentations, exaggerations, contradictions and inaccuracies in Tim Flannery’s book that became a foundation for the public’s unfounded alarm about climate.
The Galileo Movement calls for an immediate investigation into what it sees as misrepresentation of science by the government funded Climate Commission and by the government itself.
The Climate Commission’s report diverts valuable attention from real environmental and humanitarian challenges. We urge Australian politicians to take the Climate Commission’s Key Messages as not factual.