Ikke så elementært for Watson?

Diverse — Drokles on February 16, 2010 at 4:24 pm

Skepsis overfor klimakonsensus er faktisk repræsenteret på BBC og i ganske stærke udtryk. Her er professor Robert Watson, der ofte og energisk forsvarer sine kollegaer mod skeptikernes beskyldninger om urent trav i studiet hos

Det skal lige siges at citatet af Sir John Houghton “Unless we announce disasters, no one will listen“ ligner et falsum, som Independent kan fortælle

The trouble is, Sir John Houghton has never said what he is quoted as saying. The words do not appear in his own book on global warming, first published in 1994, despite statements to the contrary. In fact, he denies emphatically that he ever said it at any time, either verbally or in writing.

In fact, his view on the matter of generating scare stories to publicise climate change is quite the opposite. “There are those who will say ‘unless we announce disasters, no one will listen’, but I’m not one of them,” Sir John told The Independent.

Så er det på plads. Watsons forsøg på at forklejne IPCCs mange fejl er der nu heller ikke konsensus om. Fra Channel4

Within hours of the launch of an independent panel to investigate claims that climate scientists covered up flawed data on temperature rises, one member has been forced to resign after sceptics questioned his impartiality.

In an interview last year with Chinese State Radio, enquiry panel member Philip Campbell, editor-in-chief of Nature said: “The scientists have not hidden the data. If you look at the emails there is one or two bits of language that are jargon used between professionals that suggest something to outsiders that is wrong.”

He went on: “In fact the only problem there has been is on some official restrictions on their ability to disseminate data otherwise they have behaved as researchers should.”

Dr Campbell, was invited to sit on the enquiry panel because of his expertise in the peer review process as editor of one of the world’s leading science journals.

The journal has published some of the leading papers on climate change research, including those supporting the now famous “hockey stick” graph, the subject of intense criticism by climate sceptics.

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