Nabbed again   11/7/2010

Christopher Booker reports that global warming alarmists have again been caught gilding the lily:

It turns out that one of the most widely publicised statements in the 2007 report of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change – a claim on which tens of billions of dollars could hang – was not based on peer-reviewed science, as repeatedly claimed, but originated solely from anonymous propaganda published on the website of a small Brazilian environmental advocacy group.
The ramifications of this discovery stretch in many directions. First, it seems to show that the IPCC – whose reports governments rely on to justify presenting mankind with the largest bill in history – has been in serious breach of its own rules.

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1 Comment for 'Nabbed again'

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    bh
    11/7/2010 | 1:19 pm
     

    This climategate saga is much more enthalling than an Agatha Christie. I await tuned for the next development …

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