Tuesday, August 6, 2013

MIT's Dr. Richard Lindzen defeats warmist opponents in rare debate

MIT Professor of Atmospheric Science Dr. Richard Lindzen was recently featured in a recommended debate at the Oxford Union broadcast by Al Jazeera. Dr. Lindzen defeats his hysterical opponents with calm logic and scientific reasoning, including the 'moderator' Mehdi Hasan, pie-throwing activist Mark Lynas, and warmist Myles Allen. Also included is journalist David Rose, author of skeptical articles published in the Daily Mail. Dr. Lindzen [and ironically even his warmist opponents] dismiss the notion of a 97% scientific 'consensus' or IPCC 'consensus'. It is one of the very few debates in existence in which an eminent scholar & skeptic is allowed to express his views without biased editing and is well worth the 46 minute viewing time. 
"If I'm wrong, we'll know it in 50 years and can then do something." -Professor Richard Lindzen 


  1. Meanwhile my new site devoted to natural climate change is now live here:


    Stephen Wilde

    1. Thanks Steven & best wishes for your new site. I've added your site to my RSS feeds.

  2. It's too bad the narrator wouldn't shut up. They needed to talk about feedbacks and sensitivity, but they just danced around politics and idiotic mantras about 97% consensus when skeptics agree with the 97% of that survey.

  3. article on Al Jazeera