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?
IPCC´s “Guidance note on expression of uncertainty” is affecting all the works by IPCC.
InterAcademy Council gave bad advices – and IPCC made bad choices.
These theories appear to be able to explain practically everything that happened within the fields to which they referred.
The world was full of verifications of the theory. Whatever happened always confirmed it. Thus its truth appeared manifest; and unbelievers were clearly people who did not want to see the manifest truth; who refuse to see it…”
A culture is a way of perceiving, thinking and acting – which has been learned, developed or discovered by an organization – while learning to deal with its internal and external challenges – and which is being taught to it´s members as the right way of perceiving, thinking and acting
Anyone thinking that IPCC can be regarded as being unbiased should have a look at the Report of the second session of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 28 June 1989.