Warmist: ‘Morally outrageous’ to criticize IPCC

Bob Ward write at Huffington Post:

Not to beat about the bush, it was morally outrageous for Lord Lawson, with no scientific expertise, to dismiss the huge risks of climate change and to insist that he is a more reliable source of information than the IPCC.

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5 thoughts on “Warmist: ‘Morally outrageous’ to criticize IPCC”

  1. P.T. Barnum said there is one born every minute. That is scary. One of him born every minute. See the IQ level for humanity drop.

  2. One of the Watermelon true believers: “Whether or not you believe in AGW….”

    When is a matter of scientific inquiry – the process of testing a concept describing processes in the physical universe – ever supposed to be a matter of belief?


    To quote Richard Feynman:

    “We’ve learned from experience that the truth will come out. Other experimenters will repeat your experiment and find out whether you were wrong or right. Nature’s phenomena will agree or they’ll disagree with your theory. And, although you may gain some temporary fame and excitement, you will not gain a good reputation as a scientist if you haven’t tried to be very careful in this kind of work. And it’s this type of integrity, this kind of care not to fool yourself, that is missing to a large extent in much of the research in cargo cult science.”

    That’s the IPCC: Cargo Cult Science requiring the suckers to turn off their scientific skepticism and believe.

  3. Almost any source, including a Magic 8 Ball toy, is a better source of information than the Summary for Policy Makers from the IPCC. Whatever portion of the IPCC prepares that summary is morally bankrupt and it is morally outrageous to claim otherwise. The SPM has no grounding in the other 2,000 pages of data and scientific interpretation thereof, according to many of the collectors and interpreters of that very data.
    When you lie about your own scientists, it is morally outrageous to let you do so.

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