Now in English…
An eye-opener book by Japanese MIT climate scientist now partly available in English at Kindle.
MIT climate scientist Dr. Mototaka Nakamura’s http://iprc.soest.hawaii.edu/Image:
Not long ago we reported on a recently released book authored by MIT and worked at NASA: “Confessions of a climate scientist The global warming hypothesis is an unproven hypothesis“.
After that post, I personally urged Dr. Nakamura to write the book in English.
Please do download it! The English parts are within the Japanese text.
“Untrustworthy” and “falsified” data
In the book Dr. Nakamura writes how in the 1980s he became “seriously concerned about the predicted ‘catastrophic global warming due to the increasing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere'” and how the issue motivated him to study the atmospheric and oceanic sciences at the North Carolina State University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and to become a climate scientist.
Ironically, rather than finding any robust scientific basis underpinning the hypothesis, Dr. Nakamura wound discovering just how “untrustworthy” and “falsified” the data behind global warming really are.
“We also do not know for certain how the earth’ s climate has changed in the past 100 years or longer, although we do know well how regional climate has changed in limited regions, such as Europe, North America, and some parts of Asia,” he writes. “A quasi-global observation system has been operating only for 50 years or so, since the advent of artificial satellite observation. Temperature data before then were collected over extremely small (with respect to the earth’ s entire surface area) areas and, thus, have severe spatial bias.”
Confident other scientists will speak up on “fraudulent claims”
On whether other scientists will speak up, Nakamura wrote that he is confident that “some honest and courageous true climate scientists will continue to publicly point out the made by the ‘mainstream climate science community'”.
As an expert, Dr. Nakamura also believes that the climate simulation models used for climate change predictions have two “serious flaws” among many. One “fatally serious flaw” is the oceanic component of the models and the “grossly oversimplified and problematic representations of the atmospheric water vapor”.
Nothing except a propaganda tool
Dr. Nakamura concludes that the “global surface mean temperature change data no longer have any scientific value and are nothing except a propaganda tool to the public.”