By Paul Homewood
Booker is on the case of the Met Office today:
Imagine if Michael Fish, our most famous weatherman, had been sacked by the BBC for writing a book accusing the world’s climate scientists of having “manipulated” their data to promote panic over global warming. Something similar made headlines in France last week when its “top TV weatherman”, Philippe Verdier, was taken off air by the state-owned France 2 channel for writing a book claiming that we have all been made “hostages to a planetary scandal over climate change”.
Recalling how computer predictions relied on by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change have proved consistently wrong, Verdier accused its scientists of having “blatantly erased” data which contradicted their scare story – only weeks before France hosts the mammoth UN climate conference in Paris.
Computer predictions relied on by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change have…
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