Royal Society In Trouble Over False Extinction Claim Paper

Watts Up With That?

From Dr. Benny Peiser at The GWPF


Obama’s Former Science Official: ‘Climate Science Is Not Settled’

It was presented as shocking evidence of the damage being done by climate change: a species driven to extinction because of a decline in rainfall in its only habitat. Now the “rediscovery” of a species of snail is prompting questions about the role played by the Royal Society, Britain’s most prestigious scientific institution, in raising false alarm over an impact of climate change. –Ben Webster, The Times, 20 September 2014

The Royal Society journal refused to publish the rebuttal, saying it had been “rejected following full peer review”. The journal sent Mr Hambler the reviews of the rebuttal by two anonymous academic referees, who had rejected the criticisms made of Mr Gerlach’s paper. However, the Royal Society admitted this week, after questions from The Times, that the referees who had rejected the rebuttal…

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3 Responses to Royal Society In Trouble Over False Extinction Claim Paper

  1. omanuel says:

    As explained below, unreported CHAOS and FEAR of nuclear annihilation in late Aug 1945 forged an unholy alliance of survivalists to form the UN on 24 Oct 1945 to rule the world by deception:

  2. omanuel says:

    The entire scientific community is in trouble. They are out of contact with reality, and still do not know it.

  3. omanuel says:

    The Royal Society needs to answer the question asked of the Congressional Space Science & Technology Committee:

    “Why Did You Deceive Us?” Message to the Congressional Space Science & Technology Committee (Dec 2013):

    Click to access WHY.pdf

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