"Five glaring errors are in a 2007 report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. All the mistakes appear in a subsection that suggests glaciers in the Himalayas could melt away by the year 2035." However in the report the numbers were transposed and it should have read 2350.
"The incident follows a furor late last year over the release of stolen e-mails in which climate scientists talked about suppressing data and freezing out skeptics of global warming."
"The credibility of the IPCC depends on the thoroughness with which its procedures are adhered to."
Don't you think that we should verify this stuff before we start passing legislation that restricts the free market and reduces our standard of living? But then, that would be too common sense for government.