Sunday, February 04, 2007

UN Report Summary called "Political" by Scientists Who Wrote Report

Some scientists say the summary of the U.N. climate change report we told you about earlier distorts the actual scientific findings — because of a political agenda. Cybercast News Service cites MIT professor Richard Lindzen — who worked on the last U.N. climate report — as saying the summary is primarily the work of political appointees — not scientists.

Harvard University physicist Lubos Motl says that if an error is found in the summary — the technical report will be "adjusted" for consistency — a practice he calls "scientific misconduct."

And Scientist Christopher Landsea of the National Hurricane Center says he resigned from the U.N. panel because its statements to the media were "far outside current scientific understandings."

The above is the first article on Fox News' Brit Hume's Political Grapeview

Tell me again that the sky is falling, Chicken Little Gore.



Anonymous texpat said...

Here a great one I posted over at LST. Mark Steyn wields a sword when he writes and is a razor-sharp satiric wit. His column from the Chicago Sun-Times today.

Sunday, February 4, 2007 at 3:02:00 PM CST  
Anonymous texpat said...

Here is the link:,CST-EDT-STEYN04.article

Sunday, February 4, 2007 at 3:11:00 PM CST  

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