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New Finnish ‘Research’ on Climate Change is Incorrect

Uncorroborated paper finds no proof

 on 21st July 2019 @ 12.00pm
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Researchers in Finland produced the paper

CORRECTION: After a review of this article, the "study" referenced appears to be a draft of a short research paper.

The paper has not been reviewed by scientific peers or published in an accredited scientific journal.

The paper did make the claim, however, it has been called "deeply flawed" and discredited by other climate change scientists.

A previous version of this article stated that a “Finnish study” had found practically no evidence to support the idea of man-made climate change.

The “study” was not a peer-reviewed study, therefore there is no guarantee as to its reliability.

It is also technically not a study.

Furthermore, mainstream scientists do not agree with the papers claims and assert the very opposite.

We have updated our headline and article to reflect these facts.

An uncorroborated 6-page document uploaded to arXiv written by researchers in Finland offers no proof for bold claims on climate change.

The paper entitled ‘No experimental evidence for the significant anthropogenic climate change’, is widely refuted by the scientific community, and has not gone through the usual peer-review process.

Therefore the bold claims made by the team of researchers at Turku University are unreliable and unproven.

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School children protest in Finland, demanding the government acts on Climate Change
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