Two scathing reviews by scholars working with the IPCC show why the organization is hopelessly corrupted by politics

Watts Up With That?

ipcc[1] Two scathing letters critical of the IPCC process were published on Friday April 25th; one from Dr. Robert Stavins, an IPCC chapter Co-Coordinating Lead Author, and a five year veteran of the process, plus another by Dr. Richard Tol, who asked his name to be removed from work he was contributing to because it was “too alarmist”. Tol said in his letter:

First, from Dr. Robert Stavins:  

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One thought on “Two scathing reviews by scholars working with the IPCC show why the organization is hopelessly corrupted by politics

  1. Thanks for the post, CraigM350.

    Climategate exposed sixty-nine years of deception (2014 – 1945 = 69 yrs) since the end of the Second World War, when frightened world leaders decided to take totalitarian control of planet Earth to save themselves and the world from nuclear annihilation.

    They did not anticipate that a brave nuclear geochemist, Dr. Kazuo Kuroda, might take possession of Japan’s atomic bomb secrets in 1945 [1] and then use that information to design a research project in 1960 [2] to reveal information hidden from the public: United world leaders and all their armies are totally powerless over “Reality !

    – Oliver K. Manuel

    1. BBC News, “Atomic plans returned to Japan” (3 Aug 2002):
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/2170881.stm

    2. “A Journey to the Core of the Sun – Chapter 2: Acceptance of Reality
    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Chapter_2.pdf

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