Bleeding Edge Research in the New IPCC Report
Another example of why IPCC References do not support their findings. “In one chapter alone, IPCC personnel relied on unpublished studies 21 times to make their case.
‘Bleeding edge’ is a term from the world of technology. It refers to a product that is so new nothing about it is yet certain. It might not work as advertised. It might be so buggy it’s unusable.
People who purchase bleeding edge tech are, by definition, risk takers. They gamble their hard-earned cash on the latest gadgets knowing that some of the things they buy will turn out to be duds. You pays your money and you takes your chances.
That’s all very well where consumer products are concerned. But should an influential body such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) be basing its conclusions on bleeding edge research – research so new it hasn’t been published yet?
Next week, the IPCC will release another section of its…
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