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ANOTHER 'HIDE THE DECLINE" - WHY DID IPCC CHANGE THE GRAPH?

Posted 1 October 2013

A potentially damning example of "decision-based evidence making" by IPCC is the revelation by Steve McIntyre, in his authoritative blog on global warming and climate change, "Climate Audit" that IPCC made a late switch of an important graph in its latest Summary for Policymakers preview of its Fifth Assesment Report (AR5). As well as explaining the significance of the switch,. and asking why it was made, McIntyre adds: "None of this portion of the IPCC assessment is drawn from peer-reviewed material. Nor is it consistent with the documents sent to external reviewers." Will this turn out to be the "Climategate III" that finally sees the demise of IPCC?

 Read Steve McIntyre's' explanation here

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 02 October 2013 )
 
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