From a Nobel Prize Winner

Once again the opinion-editorial pages of the Wall Street Journal glitter with stuff I wish I had said. Actually I have said these things but no one has thus far listened. Have I not said more than once that things are always more complicated than they seem?

Go check out today’s issue of the WSJ, p. A19 to see what John R Christy, director of the Earth System Science Center at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and a part of the U.N.’s IPCC, and co-recipient of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize has to say about global warming. As a bonus you will get to read something serious that Scott Adams of Dilbert fame has to say as well.

Simpleton’s Summary for those who would never think of touching the WSJ: “I see neither the developing catastrophe nor the smoking gun proving that human activity is to blame for most of the warming we see.”—Christy; and “That’s my guess. Free is more complicated than you’d think.”—Adams


One thought on “From a Nobel Prize Winner

  1. Not only that Ken did you see what John Coleman(Father of the Weather Channel)said about Global Warming, says about the same thing without pulling any punches about whom is spreading the Global Warming myth, he didn’t call them communists so I will. Take care hope all is well.


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