An investigation into the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change by the InterAcademy Council (IAC) found there was “little evidence” for its claims about global warming. Basically, there is little proof for their wild assertions.
Climate change skeptic David Holland, who challenged leading climate change scientists at the University of East Anglia to disclose their research, believes the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is definitely not fit for its purpose.
The IAC said: “The IPCC needs to reform its management structure and strengthen its procedures to handle ever larger and increasingly complex climate assessments as well as the more intense public scrutiny coming from a world grappling with how to respond to climate change.”
The review also cast doubt on the future of IPCC chairman Dr Rajendra Pachauri. The Daily Express reported how he had no climate science qualifications. Dr Pachauri has also been accused of a conflict of interest, after it emerged that he has business interests attracting millions of pounds in funding.
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We tend to easily dismiss the new in favor of the old, for the simple reason that it is new. While many churches are guilty of this belief, many others are also guilty of the opposite extreme: ignoring the old in favor of the new, simply because it is old. While it is beyond dispute that each individual in the Church has personal tastes and preferences that are unique to him, we must be acutely aware of these subjective inclinations when it comes to worshiping the triune God. How often have you heard someone say (or maybe even said it yourself!) that they “got nothing out of the church service.” This simple declaration betrays a backwards understanding of why we gather together as a church body. If we get nothing out of a worship service, perhaps it was because we put nothing into it. Worship is not about us, it is about Him, and we must be constantly reminding ourselves of this basic fact.
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