For those who missed it, as Unfiltered News has reported, it has been revealed that the UN’s claim of Himalayan glacier meltdown was taken from a single article in a science journal that, in turn was based on one phone interview with a little-known Indian scientist, Syed Hasnain, who now concedes he was merely speculating. For more on the story, go here: World misled over Himalayan glacier meltdown
The U.N.’s leading panel on climate change has apologized for misleading data published in a 2007 report that warned Himalayan glaciers could melt by 2035. For more, go here: U.N. climate chiefs apologize for glacier error.
The Indian head of the UN climate change panel, Dr Rajendra Pachauri, while defending his position yesterday even as further errors were identified in the panel’s assessment of Himalayan glaciers, admitted that there could be yet more errors in report.
For more, refer: UN climate change expert: there could be more errors in report.
Also, in the news this week, it was reported that researchers have discovered that the global-warming myth is based on data from only a small fraction of weather stations in the warmer areas of the world. Data from colder areas have been replaced by computer models programmed by global-warming myth-makers. Thus demonstrating that global warming is indeed man made.
For the National Post story on this go here: Scientists using selective temperature data, skeptics say.