Posted 30 September 2013
Best read columnist in Melbourne's Herald-Sun, Andrew Bolt writes: "Of this latest IPCC summary, McKitrick quips the IPCC is saying 'since we started in 1990 we were ... wrong about the Antarctic, wrong about the tropical troposphere, wrong about the surface, wrong about hurricanes, wrong about the Himalayas, wrong about sensitivity, clueless on clouds and useless on regional trends. And on that basis we’re 95 per cent confident we’re right'". As MIT Professor Richard Lindzen commented: "hilariously incoherent."
Read Bolt article here