Created: Thursday, 09 December 2004 Written by Submit_News
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The latest study from the world renowned Xenox Institute has highlighted significant deficiencies in the global-warming hypothesis behind the implementation of The Kyoto Protocol.
Professor Williams who heads the Institute said that the Institute’s studies had found that many of the models used to predict man made climate change were fundamentally flawed. Said the Prof:
'It seems that many groups have based their models on assumptions that have since been proven incorrect. For instance the Infra-red convection transference equation that many of these models used has been shown to not fully describe the complex interaction of the infra-red wavelengths and the incorporation of CO2 into soil.'

He also said that recent advances in the Physical Sciences such as the re-evaluation of the absolute weight of particular carbon isotopes had also thrown a spanner into the works of the Greenhouse change modellers.

The Atmospheric research group at the Xenox Institute had been intensively studying the mechanisms and postulates that proponents of man induced global warming have been using.

'Using the benefits of our previous research our scientists have been working day and night to determine if the Kyoto protocol is needed,' Prof Williams said,
'And I think the bottom line is that, no; it is not really of any use since it is trying to tackle a problem that in all probability doesn’t exist.'

Professor Williams said that their research would shortly be published for all to view.