Donna Laframboise has recently published her expose on the goings-on at the IPCC, The Delinquent Teenager who was mistaken for the world’s top climate expert. Only $4.99 (US), it is the story of how one of the most influential organisations in the world remained shielded from the scrutiny of the media, scientists and governments around the world, much like a delinquent teen. I had intended to read it after I finished my exams, but after starting, that idea went right out the window.
The Delinquent Teenager exposes the nature of the IPCC’s recruitment process, some concerning affiliation of scientists with activists, the manner in which some central claims are backed by non-peer reviewed work, the political forces influencing its findings and other scandalous revelations. It shines a harsh light on what warmists regard as the “gold standard” of climate science, and suggests it cannot be regarded as a reliable source. It’s contents are of vital importance to people worldwide and its message should be widely disseminated. A must read.