Marc Morano and Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) caused quite a stir when they exposed the dwindling climate-change consensus. So much so, that even the New York Times has quietly shifted from the chimera of “2,500” of the world’s leading climate scientists – not all of them were “climate scientists” to begin with, of course (credentials in other fields were deemed acceptable, apparently, as long as you accepted climate alarmism.) We’re now down to “the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [being] the 400-member United Nations body that shared last year’s Nobel Peace Prize,” [emphasis added]. Hat tip to Ed Craig for noting how not everyone has gotten the memo.
All we need to do now is begin the search for those missing 2,000 world’s leading scientists.