As pointed out, a draft at this stage. BUT, these self-incriminating comments have been made. Even if retracted or altered, their current meaning is clear and spells out a failure to justify their claims and certainly, the political and industrial processes that they set in motion are shown to have no supporting basis. The Emperor has no clothes! Great article David!
This information must be made public. The IPCC statements and the correct way of interpreting them are clearly needed to convince the CO2 control advocates that their castle is built on sand and the tide is coming in.
- Cheating at the UN IPCC: ‘The IPCC creating made-to-order journal articles: IPCC officials know that the papers to be published in that issue of PNAS have not been written yet’ (climatedepot.com)
- Worldwide reactions to the IPCC AR5 leak (wattsupwiththat.com)
- Charts Of IPCC 5 AR Draft Completely Refute The Alarmist Scenarios Of Master Curve Designer Stefan Rahmstorf (notrickszone.com)
- This Is Called Cheating (Part 1) (nofrakkingconsensus.com)
- IPCC says “It is likely that the sea level rise has accelerated”. The evidence is flimsy, showing a larger problem. (fabiusmaximus.com)
Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Guest post by David M. Hoffer
IPCC reports AR1 through 4 were published in relative obscurity. ClimateGate and the emergence of the blogosphere as the primary forum for debate of the science and public policy intersection changed all that. AR4 in particular has been put under the microscope, and thoroughly discredited. It was laced with references to gray literature, claims that were known to be false, and written in a misleading fashion with important information that didn’t fit the narrative downplayed or omitted.
Knowing the level of scrutiny AR5 would receive, my expectation for some time has been that the IPCC would put considerable effort into maintaining their alarmist narrative while not completely bankrupting their credibility on the science. Near-term projections (2016-2035) being Chapter 11, where they have the most to lose the soonest, seemed to me to be the best place to see how they would handle things.
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