Al Gore's Last Theorem

For over 350 years, some of the greatest minds of science struggled to prove what was known as Fermat's Last Theorem - the idea that a certain simple equation had no solutions. Imagine if I told you that I had just solved Fermat's Last Theorem -- but I was keeping the proof to myself for proprietary reasons.  "I'm an expert, take my word for it!"  Of course, blind-faith is not how mathematics or science works.  Hard sciences are infused with mathematics; this extends to the medical, engineering and industrial disciplines. Standards of professional conduct have broken down, however, in Climate Science, Since the Enlightenment scientific progress has relied upon publication of logical and empirical "proofs" for new theories and theorems.  This practice serves to disseminate the new knowledge generated, resulting in peer review.  Specialists in the field have the most interest in reading particular publications; they potentially have the most to gain from the...(Read Full Article)