Fritz Vahrenholt, one of the fathers of Germany's environmental movement, no longer trusts the forecasts of the IPCC. Doubt came two years ago when he was an expert reviewer of an IPCC report on renewable energy. "I discovered numerous errors and asked myself if the other IPCC reports on climate change were similarly sloppy. I couldn’t take it anymore. I had to write this book.”
The print edition of FOCUS magazine has an article today on a new upcoming skeptic climate book, Die kalte Sonne, authored by former warmist Prof. Dr. Fritz Vahrenholt and geologist/paleontologist Dr. Sebastian Lüning.
Even though the book will not be available until February 6th, it has climbed to no. 4 on the Amazon-Germany bestseller list under the category of environment and ecology.
No more trust in the IPCC
Undeniably there’s a feeling that the stars are now aligned, the mood has swung, and key players are changing their minds. As FOCUS reports, even the most die-hard of warmists are converting, or at least softening their tones. Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt, a renewable energy expert, was once one of the fathers of the modern green movement in Germany and believed everything the IPCC preached – until 2 years ago. FOCUS writes:
"Fritz Vahrenholt, one of the fathers of the green movement, no longer trusts the forecasts of the IPCC.”
and FOCUS tells us why, quoting Vahrenholt:
"Doubt came two years ago when he was an expert reviewer of an IPCC report on renewable energy. ‘I discovered numerous errors and asked myself if the other IPCC reports on climate were similarly sloppy.”
In his book he explains how he dug into the IPCC climate report and was horrified by what he had found. Then add the 10 years of stagnant temperatures, failed predictions, Climategate e-mails, and discussions he had with dozens of other skeptical elite scientists. That was more than enough. FOCUS quotes:
"I couldn’t take it any more. I had to write this book.”
The Anthropogenic Global Warming scam is unraveling…