More bad news this time from China

It is undeniable that the IPCC 2007 Report contained mis-information about such iconic subjects as glaciers in India and Amazon rainforests. It also promoted a false connection between extreme weather and global warming. It is now clear that key parts of its research depend upon policy papers from Greenpeace, the WWF, and various undergraduate essays found on the inter-net. This morning fresh evidence has come to light that data from Chinese weather stations used to bolster claims of global warming was also seriously flawed. An unhealthy culture of secrecy and the suppression of alternative views surround the small clique of climate scientists advising the IPCC. In view of this exposure of sustained manipulation, it is not unreasonable to raise questions about the quality of all the data and its collection.


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