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Reader Nimed sends along this short video on peer review in the climate change community:




On a more serious note, this interview with the head of the UN's climate experts is ridiculous.  He responds to concerns about the peer review process being stacked by saying . . . all the work was peer reviewed.  I am open to being convinced that I should not care about hacked information, and I am a confirmed believer in AGW.  So why can't, or won't, the climate change community mount a more compelling defense?

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