Yet more trustworthy data from climate scientists

Over at Pajamas Media, Charlie Martin notes one of the most dire predictions made by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change:

Most people following the climate change debate are aware that many sources claim that the Himalayan glaciers are disappearing “rapidly” — in fact, that they may disappear by 2035, a mere 25 years from now.

One slight hitch in the data, however:

The IPCC has been claiming Himalayan glaciers could be gone by 2035. The research paper they used concluded 2350.

Whoops!

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