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Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Shouldn't someone at least be blushing?

Licia Corbella compares the most recent report from the IPCC with the previous:

The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) summary released last Friday inflates the language of doom even as it deflates its predictions of temperature and sea level increases from previous reports.

The IPCC Climate Change 2007 report predicts world temperatures will possibly rise 1.8C to 4C (3.25 to 7.2F) from 1990 levels to the year 2100 and that sea levels might rise 28 to 43 cm (11 to 17 inches).

Just six years ago, however, the picture looked much bleaker.
She asks
Shouldn't someone at least be blushing? Shouldn't they apologize for getting all of this so wrong?
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