Skip to comments.New IPCC report: Evidence supporting climate change is “unequivocal” (while equivocating)
Posted on 12/16/2012 12:57:24 AM PST by Olog-hai
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) seems to have a problem.
The international group has expressed concerns after a blogger posted an early copy of their upcoming report. The IPCC, which is part of the United Nations (U.N.), is currently working on a climate change report titled the Fifth Assessment Report, which will be published next year. Noted global warming skeptic Alec Rawls, who created the blog Stop Green Suicide, leaked part of the report online, prompting an outpouring of criticism after the agency reaffirmed its agreement that the report was to remain sealed until its official release.
The IPCC has said it is regrettable that one of the hundreds of reviewers broke the terms of silence. The panel is also worried the leaked report will confuse future readers, saying that is may lead to confusion because the text will necessarily change in some respects once all the review comments have been addressed.
(Excerpt) Read more at sciencerecorder.com ...
‘the text will necessarily change” yes of course because the text currently says that we are lying our butts off.
Government Scientists are about as effective as Government Mail Handlers. Think Newman in a lab coat.
Professor Erwin Corey comes to mind.
The IPCC - where you can come to get all your climate facts NOT!
IPCC. What a sorry lot of criminals.
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