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By Ken Haapala, President
Quote of the Week“If you thought that science was certain – well, that is just an error on your part.” ― Richard P. Feynman
Correcting Errors: Making errors in works that have been published is always embarrassing. One of the purposes of peer review is to find possible errors and correct them before publication. Unfortunately, in climate science peer review has become political review – if the findings do not suit the reviewer’s political views, the work is rejected – the lack of space is a common excuse.