The ethical guidelines in this post are directly derived from The principles of science (v7.5), and are strictly related to the activity of establishing and providing true and independently verifiable knowledge.
Many scientific organization issues codes of conduct. Typically for these codes of conduct is that they are more about the relation between scientists, their organizations and the society than about science itself.
This post gives an overview over what I regard to be the most fundamental scientific flaws with the governance of IPCC – United Nations Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change.
I was a bit puzzled, once I had discovered that:
IPCC was misled by the InterAcademy Council (IAC) on “Qualitative expression of confidence”!
Both IPCC and it´s reviewer, InterAcademy Council, messed up on “Quantified measures of uncertainty”!
How on earth could a scientific organization mess up on these things?
Make place in history for honorable judge Andrew Scott Hanen.
The man who had the cojones to rule that United States Attorney general Loretta Lynch will have to take steps to ensure that the Office of Professional Responsibility effectively polices the conduct of the Justice Department lawyers and appropriately disciplines those whose actions fall below the standards that the American people rightfully expect from their Department of Justice.