Wait a minute, you mean that what the Virginia Attorney General is looking to confirm or deny (as are we) actually happens? With papers touted by the UN’s vaunted, Nobel-winning IPCC? In very shady circumstances? Wha?
Quick, rush to protect the University of Virginia from having to comply with the law! Because, uh, there’s nothing to see here! Or, ah, laws meant to protect the taxpayers from fraud should not be applied to a class of people uniquely dependent on the taxpayer for its money! Or something.
[UPDATE: I retitled this from “IPCC Relied on” because in fact this report relied on the IPCC’s claims for its own results — published although the author had been apprised before its publication that it didn’t survive scrutiny — not the other way around.]
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