The following article is from a leading Finnish Newspaper and was sent to me via the contact area. I had to use the Google Translate process as my Finnish is not that good.
To show this to you I have had to put the article through as an image, rather then type it. Will this story break to the world press? We will have to see.
Greenhouse gases account for only 5-10 per cent of global warming
Turkus sue Panel on Climate Change predictions
Turun Sanomat 14.4 2010 01:30:40
A University of Turku Department of Physics study shows that carbon dioxide has a significantly smaller impact on global warming than previously thought. Its results are based on spectrum analyses. According to research led by Professor Jyrki Kauppinen, increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide accounts for only 5-10 per cent of the observed warming on Earth . "The climate is warming, yes, but not because of greenhouse gases," says Kauppinen.
According to him, projections made the UN climate panel, the International Panel on Climate Change, constitute a class-size error. The IPPC's calculated value is more than ten times larger than our calculated results, Kauppinen says. He intends to publish his results in the June issue of the magazine Nature.
The UN Climate Panel claims that global warming is almost entirely the result of man-made carbon dioxide emissions. [Unintelligible: Kauppinen, climate kestääkin much higher emissions than the IPCC reports have been made to understand.]
"I think it is such a blatant falsification," Kauppinen says.
He is not the first IPCC critic. The Panel has had to admit errors, including the melting of Himalayan glaciers, in its forecasts.
Causing a stir last year, Climategate came about as a result of computer hacking, which leaked e-mails between key IPCC researchers to the public. The aim was to isolate and stigmatize climate change experts; scientists are unconvinced. - AS