The IPCC is not infallible
Politicians, pundits and the broader Twittering classes have adopted a perversely religious attitude towards the recently published Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's Sixth Assessment Report. They don't see it for what it is - a tendentious 41-page 'summary for policymakers' document, written by a committee in cahoots with governments around the world, and supplemented by thousands of pages of likely-to-be-unread analysis, projection and reference. No, they see a holy writ. An instruction from on-high. The Green Commandments.