The bias was particularly strong in Asia, said Wahr: "There extrapolation is really tough as only a handful of lower-altitude glaciers are monitored and there are thousands there very high up."
BS from day one - they have never been even remotely close to having the data to justify their claims. Follow the politics and the money and the mystery of this junk science is solved.
Even this article fails to mention that 1
I don't know. This just instructs me that Bill Butler (the author of the page I linked to and excerpted) is not-to-be-trusted and that he definitely has something other than science on his mind, according to your rule of thumb. But I don't really get it. What is the point of avoiding what Bill Butler writes about Robinson? Because he uses the words 'denial' and 'liars' to refer to such as Monckton and Robinson?
If I follow this reasoning, when someone like Robinson decries liars and fraud and s