Global warming skeptic Freeman Dyson speaks out
This interview of Freeman Dyson in Yale Environment 360 is pretty interesting. He explains why he doesn't think global warming is a big deal. He has been studying the problem for longer than the rest of us have been hearing about "global warming." He echoes my reservations: distrust of the motives, methods, and methodology of the global warming "experts" and other people who inflate the "crisis," and disbelief that humans can actually engineer or manage the "fix" that global warming proponents are aiming for (in my book that is called gross and wishfully unrealistic, anthropomorphic, human-centric hubris). Also, he likes change. Now that's what a real scientist sounds like. Are we raising any more like him these days?
Hat tip to my Dreamboat.
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