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Denying Climate Change Science a platform

Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Some people don't like to give the "deniers" free speech...

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I gave up on Wiki as a solid source of information after watching how they handled the entry on Shepton Mallet and the Tesco development and the lack of balance in the information being allowed due to the reliance of poor reporting from the main news media. Information from those who actually _attended_ the planning meetings was rejected giving rise to a one sided article suiting a particular agenda.

I have just gone over to the Wikipedia web site,it is has been written by an climate alarmist troll I think. That is, it has been written by supporters of the idea that the climate is being irreversibly altered by human activity or it has perhaps been edited to the point where it becomes an attack on the Heartland sponsored Panel on Climate Change. It is certainly not balanced and I would think it should be deleted but Wikipedia's rules may then make it impossible to put up factual article on the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change. I smell a rat in what is going on so people more experienced in the ways of Wikipedia editing should take a look and comment.

The Wikipedia IPCC pages contain errors, but no one has asked for the dodgy political science therein to cause their deletion. This is propagande, pure and simple.

Anyone looked at where the snow has been falling this winter?

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