Judith Curry Points Out That The IPCC Is Worse Than It Seems

Not only is the IPCC reporting junk science, but they are interfering with people who are trying to do real science.

by Judith Curry

Diagnosis: paradigm paralysis, caused by motivated reasoning, oversimplification, and consensus seeking; worsened and made permanent by a vicious positive feedback effect at the climate science-policy interface.

IPCC diagnosis – permanent paradigm paralysis | Climate Etc.

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3 Responses to Judith Curry Points Out That The IPCC Is Worse Than It Seems

  1. Larry Fields says:

    from Dr Curry’s article:
    “the politically charged rhetoric has contaminated academic climate research and the institutions that support climate research, so that individuals and institutions have become advocates; scientists with a perspective that is not consistent with the consensus are at best marginalized (difficult to obtain funding and get papers published by ‘gatekeeping’ journal editors) or at worst ostracized by labels of ‘denier’ or ‘heretic.’”

    Dr Curry is not exaggerating. Her main concern is for the integrity of the process of climate research. For her valiant efforts, Dr Curry has been labeled as a “heretic” by Scientific American. Back in the day, this term was used exclusively to describe a person who did not accept all or part of a particular religious dogma.

    It is ironic that Dr Curry has been ‘awarded’ the honor — or opprobrium — of this label, depending on one’s point of view. This single fact speaks volumes about the tolerance deficit of the wannabe Torquemadas within the climate research community. Global Warming/’Climate Change’ has become the preeminent secular religion of the 21st Century.

    By the way, Dr Curry is always polite, which is more than I can say for myself.

  2. gregole says:

    IPCC is far worse than Judith Curry can imagine:


    Scum. Pond Scum.

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