Climate debate needs facts, not anecdotes

New Zealand Herald: Anyone who sets out to discredit a piece of published work can do so by finding a single factual error. No matter how peripheral the mistake may be, it undermines public confidence in the work. People naturally wonder, if the authors were careless on this point how much else might be wrong? More than one mistake has been found recently in the work of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, set up by the United Nations to provide authoritative reports on global warming, ......

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