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Greenpeace and the Nobel-Winning Climate Report
#1
There is no Frakkin "Scientific Consensus" on Global Warming

Jan 28, 2010

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Quote:Considered the climate Bible by governments around the world, the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report is meant to be a scientific analysis of the most authoritative research.

Instead, it references literature generated by Greenpeace - an organization known more for headline-grabbing publicity stunts than sober-minded analysis. (Eight IPCC-cited Greenpeace publications are listed at the bottom of this post.)

In one section of this Nobel-winning report, climate change is linked to coral reef degradation. The sole source for this claim? A Greenpeace report titled "Pacific in Peril" (see Hoegh-Guldberg below). Here the report relies on a Greenpeace document to establish the lower-end of an estimate involving solar power plants (Aringhoff).

http://nofrakkingconsensus.blogspot.com/...te_28.html
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Wow!

The IPCC are that stupid to chose Greenpeace over a number of actual "peer reviewed" published science papers on the same Coral Reefs.


ROFLMAO!
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#2
From the above link is this gem,to remind those AGW believers who have for years raved about the awesome IPCC credentials,filled with a bunch of scientists and ....... "peer reviewed" papers in it.

[Image: ipcc2007ar4flyerp2_350.jpg]

Now of course it was creative fiction all along since a number of scientists were not scientists at all.
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#3
A "Nobel winning" report that doesn't even stand up to the simplest of "peer review".


Might as well give the Nobel to a huckster who uses false science and fraudulent information in a movie.

Oh, wait -

never mind!

S2
I know you think you understand what you thought I said,
but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant!
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