UN IPCC head Rajendra Pachauri appears to be bothered that global temperatures have not warmed up in the last decade:
Rajendra Pachauri, the head of the UN Panel that shared 2007’s Nobel Peace Prize with Al Gore, said he would look into the apparent temperature plateau so far this century.
“One would really have to see on the basis of some analysis what this really represents,” he said.
He added that sceptics about a human role in climate change delighted in hints that temperatures might not be rising. “There are some people who would want to find every single excuse to say that this is all hogwash,” he said.
Actually the sceptics merely point out that the climate is not warming dangerously as was “predicted” by IPCC’s computer models on which the climate catastrophism is based. Sceptics also question the ability of computer models to predict future climate. The models didn’t predict that global warming would stop in 1998. Why should they be correct about what the climate will be in 2100? And why should we make painful economic sacrifices based on predictions of these models?
Rajendra Pachauri answer to these question seems to be, to paraphrase the old saying, who would you rather believe, IPCC’s computer models or your own lying eyes?