Sunday, January 24, 2010

More bogus science

The head of a panel of United Nations climate scientists said Saturday he would not resign despite a recent admission that a panel report warning Himalayan glaciers could be gone by 2035 was hundreds of years off. . .

The scientists are investigating how the forecast got into the report and apologized Thursday for the mistakes, adding that they were not intentional. But the errors have opened the door for attacks from climate change skeptics.

But Rajendra Pachauri, who heads the panel, said no action would be taken against the authors of the report and he would not resign.

The panel's report contained a completely bogus, science-free and evidence-free claim that "Himalayan glaciers would melt by 2035", in an attempt to convince Western governments to spend hundreds of billions of dollars to combat the non existent crisis.

What exactly do you have to do to get fired at the U.N.? If you really believe in the threat of catastrophic man made climate change, and if you're really trying to convince people to combat catastrophic man made climate change, you wouldn't want these bogus "scientists" destroying the credibility of your argument.

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