They Just don't have a clue. home 

Is climate science disinformation a crime against humanity?

Deeply irresponsible corporate-sponsored programmes of disinformation have potentially harsh effects upon tens of millions of people.

I find it interesting when I read a story like this, that they are talking about scientists publishing papers that expose flaws in the Anthropogenic Global Warming hypothesis. Surely, after the exposure of the IPCC who said that all their papers were peer-reviewed and then it was revealed not only were they not all peer-reviewed but also some were from hearsay.

Indeed, with astonishing chutzpah given the torrent of critism that they are currently enduring for including in the 4AR an unchecked, anecdotal statement that the Himalayan icecap is melting at dangerous rates, senoir IPCC figures have recently been asserting that their reports set the gold standard of reviewing procedure.
Professor R M Carter. Climate: The Counter Consensus.

They also aren't talking about the Climategate CRU. Scientists who turned their back on the scientistic
convention of sharing papers and data to fellow scientists for analysis and review.

They say in the Guardian:

Disinformation about the state of climate change science is extraordinarily – if not criminally – irresponsible, because the consensus scientific view is based upon strong evidence
There is no consensus. Consensus is not scientific. They then add some Climate Science Disinformation:

 Threats from climate change include deaths and danger from droughts, floods, heat, storm-related damages, rising oceans, heat impacts on agriculture, loss of animals that are dependent upon for substance purposes, social disputes caused by diminishing resources, sickness from a variety of diseases, the inability to rely upon traditional sources of food, the inability to use property that people depend upon to conduct their life including houses or sleds in cold places, the destruction of water supplies, and the inability to live where has lived to sustain life. The very existence of some small island nations is threatened by climate change.

Really all unproven - either proven to be not happening or proven that their is no link to man-made CO2 emissions. So, if we go back to the Guardian's headline - 

Is climate science disinformation a crime against humanity?

  we must say, if it is, the Guardian is proven guilty.