A report on Glacial Melting put out by the The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been exposed as erroneous, and badly done.
It appears that the area of glaciation in the Himalayas has been greatly exaggerated in the report, and that massive melting of non-existent glacier bulk has been predicted by 2035.
Most interesting is the silence of people who immediately recognized the discrepancies in the report, which have only recently been brought to light.
The erroneous predictions of the report are said to originate with a 1999 interview of Syed Hasnain, who currently credits the reporter for supplying the date by which said glacial mass reduction was predicted to occur. Professor Hasnain claimed to have noticed the errors in the IPCC report in 2008 but declined to correct them.
This quote from Hasnain, excusing his failure to question the errors, illustrates the incredible damage done by suppressing dissent and debate in science:
“I was keeping quiet as I was working here,” he said. “My job is not to point out mistakes. And you know the might of the IPCC. What about all the other glaciologists around the world who did not speak out?”
One by one, the claims of the global warming cult are found to be unsubstantiated by data, after much energy has been wasted planning the economic ruin of developed countries, in order to counteract a non-existent problem.