The IPCC’s last report on Global Warming has been reviewed. All 18,531 references cited in the 2007 IPCC report were examined. And guess what? 5,587 were not peer-reviewed. This in spite of the the fact that the IPCC chairman claimed the report relies solely on peer-reviewed sources. Each chapter was audited three times; the result most favorable to the IPCC were used, yet 21 out of 44 chapters contain so few peer-reviewed references, they get an F. 43 citizen auditors in 12 countries participated in this project. And here are the findings. Enjoy, warm-mongers.