"Perhaps we should stop accepting the term, ‘skeptic.’ Skepticism implies doubts about a plausible proposition. Current global warming alarm hardly represents a plausible proposition. Twenty years of repetition and escalation of claims does not make it more plausible. Quite the contrary, the failure to improve the case over 20 years makes the case even less plausible as does the evidence from climategate and other instances of overt cheating." Richard S. Lindzen, 22-Feb-2012, "Reconsidering the Climate Change Act - Global Warming: How to approach the science", Seminar at the House of Common Committee Rooms, Westminster, LondonThis latest presentation is an excellent version of his ever improving spiel about why it is very unlikely that the climate is anywhere near as sensitive to changes in carbon dioxide as climate alarmists would like you to believe.
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Well, sort of: