The Greenhouse “consensus” of scientists fraud is unwinding with the book by Donna Lamframboise, The Delinquent Teenager (available only on Kindle so far but costs under $5)
This demonstrates the lack of expertise of a great many IPCC people, their political connections and the fusion of the IPCC and WWF. The book catalogues the various dirty tricks that insiders use to ensure the Politically Correct line of the IPCC reports, shows how many of the lead authors are not experts in the field for the chapters they control, demonstrates that 30% of the references are from the “Grey” literature, mainly from activist organisations like WWF, Greenpeace, EDF. It further shows that a great many of the references are from journals controlled by Phil Jones, Mann and others. Then there is climategate, phantom disappearances of glaciers in the Himalayas, ocean rises, the hockey stick fraud and the “systematic misrepresentation” by Pachuri in travelling the world claiming 30% of species were heading for extinction, a claim based on an activist paper that has been utterly discredited
There are some interesting Australian links. Lisa Alexander from Monash was a lead author 10 years before getting her PhD; former ALP appointee as head of the Health Dept. Tony McMichaels suddenly became a malaria expert, forecasting its increased prevalence without knowing that it is not a disease confined to the tropics (and being preferred by the IPCC establishment over Paul Reiter the world’s greatest authority); Multiple government grant receipient, David Karoly featuring as a lead author of six chapters of the IPCC. Bill Hare, Greenpeace activist being a lead writer of the Synthesis Report and an “expert reviewer”. There is University of Qld’s Ove Hoegh-Guldberg whose work is “funded and vetted by Greenpeace” and NZ’s Kevin Trenberth who was placed in the hurricane expert’s spot without having written on the subject and then proceeding to freeze out the world’s greatest expert on hurricanes, Chris Landsea who had the temerity to use observational data to demonstrate the inconvenient facts that hurricanes had increased neither in number nor intensity.
Surely all these people will sue if the book is defamatory!