UPDATE: WUWT Gets results – Time fixes the error! See below.
Reader HowardW sends this tip. Almost two years after the discovery of this ridiculous error, once labeled “voodoo science” by IPCC Rajenda Pachauri when told of skeptics pointing out this error, only to have to admit it is a real mistake later, the “Himilayan Glaciers will melt by 2035” is back. Here’s the screencap of the article:
It is amazing that this false date of 2035 is still in circulation at a major media outlet, isn’t it?
I ask that WUWT readers make sure the editors of Time are aware of the error. Here’s where you can fill their Inbox:
As for author Julien Bouissou, you’d think that somebody who has immersed himself in India and is a member of the Institute for the Practice of Journalism would hear about the IPCC fiasco over glaciers. But, no.
Maybe one of our French speaking readers can locate the original article in Lemonde and notify them too.
UPDATE: 3:00PM PST 11/16/2011 – Responding to the attention brought to bear by WUWT, Time has retracted the statement about glaciers disappearing in 2035 and added this statement:
It only took about 6 hours – good job folks!