Back to School for Global Warming


In previous posts, I’ve talked about the hysteria created by man-made global warmers like Al Gore. They’re obviously still at it even though the public is finally catching on and beginning to look the other way, ignoring their shenanigans.

In yet another embarrassing moment for the man-maders, the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) had to issue an apology for yet more inaccurate statements made about global warming. In their most recent report, the IPCC said that supposed recent reductions in mountain ice in the Andes, Alps, and Africa were caused by global warming. Two papers were cited as the source of this information.

However, it has been revealed that one of the sources for this information is based on an article published in a magazine for mountain climbers. That article itself was based on “evidence” from climbers, not scientists, about changes they had seen on mountainsides.

The other source was a dissertation written by a geography student, who was studying for the equivalent of a master’s degree at the University of Berne, Switzerland. This dissertation contained quotes from interviews with mountain guides in the Alps.

This all comes on the heels of the panel having to retract inaccurate claims earlier last month of claims of melting glaciers in the Himalayas.

Some scientists have lept to the panel’s defense, saying these are only minor claims. Yet this comes at a time when skepticism on man-made global warming seems to be at a high and with other scandals related to the man-made movement still looming on the horizon.

So now we’ve sunk to including what relates to grade school-level “research”, if you can even call it that, to prove something that seems to be increasingly doubtable.

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3 Responses

  1. This spoof of climate science may be of interest:

    http://climaterealists.com/?id=4960

  2. I saw that a few days ago…Great stuff!

  3. […] Back to School for Global Warming […]

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