Relax, the planet is fine
National Post (Canada) had a nice interview with Prof. Richard Lindzen on Saturday.
There are many usual things - warming and human influence is not proven, it will probably be beneficial e.g. for Canada, indulgence industry is a huge business that can feed whole nations, scientists direct their research to get funding etc.
Lindzen also mentions the story of Roger Revelle who was one of the greatest oceanographers of the 20th century at Harvard University. One of the last papers he wrote was one with Fred Singer and Chauncey Starr
What to do about greenhouse warming: look before you leapthat argued, among other things, that existing science justifies no action to mess up with the climate.
Alarmists hated the paper so much that Al Gore, together with another Harvard professor, created a whole disgusting fairy-tale that Roger Revelle was senile and manipulated. Fred Singer sued the #$#$ alarmists and won a full vindication. Mainstream media are, of course, silent about this lawsuit.
They also talk about Gore's cynicism and about children used for alarmism - an approach that closely resembles Hitlerjugend. The happy end of the interview is that we should learn math and physics so that we don't get fooled by this idiocy. Well, I couldn't agree more.
Via Benny Peiser whose CCNet brought other news today:
- China delays national climate action plan indefinitely
- China will become the #1 emitter this year
- Indian company earns 600 million USD by an indulgence trick
- Turkey rejects Kyoto as being against their national interest
- IPCC WG3 mitigation - some unrealistic optimistic comments
- Danish emissions grew 16% in 2006
- Germany plans 26 new coal power plants
- Canada to join anti-Kyoto
- Spanish ceramics maker is earning more money by doing nothing, eating bananas, selling indulgences
plus some semi-private correspondence.
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