Monday, April 19, 2010

Critics Give U.N. Climate Researchers an 'F'

More confirmation over what we already Know , the U.N. has tried to pull their B.S. right over our eyes !
False info , A student theses , literature from a green advocacy group , all included in their findings for their argument IN FAVOR OF Their view of Global warming ! That's Not BIAS is it ?

And how has this affected us Americans ?

Americans tax Dollars going to support Climate change issues (Under false findings)

Having to hear Al Gore .

Being Demonized over our choices of how we live , what we drive , by people who believe in Phony Science !

Having to deal With Al Gores Movie ( Which I still Have not and will not watch )

Being brow beaten by Smelly hippie Douchbags that think they are right , though they can't even read and just will not shower because it is better for the planet for them to just be offensive !

And having to listen to Al Gore !

I'm all for saving the Planet , but lets do it like grown ups , not like elitist Nitwits !

It may be time for the United Nations' climate-studies scientists to go back to school.

A group of 40 auditors -- including scientists and public policy experts from across the globe -- have released a shocking report card on the U.N.'s landmark climate-change research report.

And they gave 21 of the report's 44 chapters a grade of "F."

The team, recruited by the climate-change skeptics behind the website, found that 5,600 of the 18,500 sources in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) Nobel Prize-winning 2007 report were not peer reviewed.

"We've been told this report is the gold standard," said Canadian global-warming skeptic Donna Laframboise, who runs the site and who organized the online effort to examine the U.N.'s references in the report, commonly known as the AR4.

The cover of the IPCC's fourth assessment report to the U.N., "Climate Change 2007: Synthesis Report," more frequently referred to as AR4.

"We've been told it's 100 percent peer-reviewed science. But thousands of sources cited by this report have been nowhere near a scientific journal."

Based on the grading system used in American schools, 21 chapters in the IPCC report received an F for citing peer-reviewed sources less than 60 percent of the time. Four chapters received a D, and six received a C.

The report also got eight A's and five B's from the auditors, who included Bob Ashworth, a member of the American Geophysical Union, and Dr. Darko Butina, a director of Chemomine Consultancy Ltd.

According to Lafromboise, much of the scientific research published by the U.N. cited press releases, newspaper and magazine clippings, student theses, newsletters, discussion papers, and literature published by green advocacy groups. Such material is often called "gray literature," she said, and it stands in stark contrast to the U.N.'s claims about the study's sources.

In June 2008, Rajendra Pachauri, the IPCC's chairman, said: "People can have confidence in the IPCC's conclusions, given that it is all on the basis of peer-reviewed literature.

"We don't pick up a newspaper article and, based on that, come up with our findings," he told a group at the Commonwealth Club.

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