I believe in science.
Because I believe in science, I believe in its processes. That means experiments, observations, and conclusions.
I also believe in peer review to test such conclusions.
So it is with considerable consternation that I listen to people who refuse to acknowledge the scientific processes behind the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
To refuse to acknowledge the 10,000 cited scientific articles and more than 800 authors (259 authors, over 600 contributing authors) from 39 countries, is to deny scientific process.
On Monday from 6-8 p.m. ET, Global News science reporter Nicole Mortillaro will be participating in a live blog on climate change.
The IPCC report is not a conspiracy, despite the so-called “Climategate” of 2009 where thousands of emails from the Climatic Research Unit at the University of Anglia in the United Kingdom were stolen. Climate skeptics used parts of these email exchanges to…
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