Seven Eminent Physicists Skeptical of AGW

Seven Eminent Physicists Skeptical of AGW“. The secret’s out! Anthony Watts has been asked to post the truth about scientific consensus by Popular Technology.net, who promise “Impartial Analysis of Popular Trends and Technology” especially if you want some anti-nationalized health care or anti-marijuana info.

Seven Eminent Physicists; Freeman Dyson, Ivar Giaever (Nobel Prize), Robert Laughlin (Nobel Prize), Edward Teller, Frederick Seitz, Robert Jastrow and William Nierenberg, all skeptical of “man-made” global warming (AGW) alarm.

Wait, four of them are dead and the rest of them are ancient. Wait, none of them have published anything relevant in decades. Oh, I see. They’ve all “gone emeritus” (their egos and stature make them think they are authoritative way outside of their expertise).

Here’s an enlightening quote by Max Planck:

A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.

Hey, doesn’t Monckton have a home-made “Nobel pin“? There are eight “eminent physicists” skeptical of AGW!

One thought on “Seven Eminent Physicists Skeptical of AGW

  1. I left the Planck quote in the comments almost straightaway, with the observation that it was more critical to know how many young physicists were skeptical of AGW.

    [I saw your comment and liked it. It cut right to the heart of the matter! So much of the comments there are dittoheads patting themselves on that back or admiring the ‘startling intellect’ of Anthony and his partners that I tend to ignore them… – Ben]

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