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Originally posted by Uphill
Maybe I missed it earlier in this thread, but I don't remember seeing the science fiction author Michael Crichton on your list. Here is one analysis of his recent novel on climate change, State of Fear:
Here is another analysis of inconsistencies between the novel's statements about climate science and the actual consensus on climate change issues as articulated by a variety of climate scientists whom Crichton interviewed, and whose data Crichton then either misrepresented or omitted in his novel:
And here is another example of the scientific concern with which Crichton's novel was greeted:
And below is a link to the full transcript of last night's Larry King Live TV show on CNN, on the topic of global warming:
Larry had a panel of four guests, two of whom argue for the reality of global climate change
nd in London, Julian Morris, executive director, International Policy Network. He's an economist. His thesis is on the economics of climate change."[
While watching the show, my impression of Mr. Morris was that his arguments against the reality of global warming were extremely questionable
Dr. Lindzen, however, is an entirely different kettle of fish; his answers were very carefully thought through and bear further investigation
... has someone already looked at whether Dr. Lindzen gets obvious research support from industries contributing to global warming? Or is he truly independent and honestly skeptical on the topic??
A new website on the science of climate change has been created by the above-mentioned Dr. Heidi Cullen, who is a climatologist. That site is:
That website is best viewed with Internet Explorer or Firefox. In view of the topic of your thread, you might be particularly interested in Dr. Cullen's acknowledgement of the severe criticism her website and her TV show ("The Climate Code") has been taking from right-wing bloggers since its recent inception.
That is really a shame.
I think it was in Germany recently that the government issued a statement that the topic of global climate change should no longer be associated with any one particular political party...the speaker said that global climate change was now being viewed as too important to be represented by any one political party.