Lindzen on climate alarmism

Peter Cresswell's picture
Submitted by Peter Cresswell on Mon, 2006-03-13 19:42

Richard Lindzen is one of the most well-known global warming 'skeptics.' Here is a recent Powerpoint presentation given by Lindzen "rebutting alarmist climate science." As Robert Bradley from PERC notes, "he explains, among other things, how each greenhouse gas emission has less of a climate effect than the one before -- a powerful scientific law that neuters the CO2 mitigation option as the years and decades progress."

Take a look. It only takes a minute to get the main arguments. The document itself is in PDF form.


PERC

Peter Cresswell's picture

"PERC is an excellent organisation"

Sure is. A visit to www.perc.org is always worthwhile.

PERC

Kenny's picture

PERC is an excellent organisation. It, with CEI, leads the opposition to environmentalist alarmism that is used to justify socialist policies by conservatives as well as leftists.

Okay Cool

Marnee's picture

Thanks so much.

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Marnee

Reply

Peter Cresswell's picture

Rob Bradley from PERC says he has no idea of the context either, except to say that "[Richard lindzen]sent it out himself... --you might just visit his MIT web site.
Sadly, no joy there either.

Of course, you could contact Richard directly if you wished. His email address appears on his site. Smiling

Cheers,
PC

What is the PERC list?

Marnee's picture

Great, thanks PC.

What is the PERC list?

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Oh I think I tracked it down. Is the what you mean by PERC?

http://www.perc.org/search.php

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Marnee

Context

Peter Cresswell's picture

Marnee,

The presentation was sent through the PERC list. I've asked for some context, and will let you know when or if I get a reply. AFAIK it isn't online elsewhere.

PC

More Context

Marnee's picture

Excellent. But....

What was the context of this presentation? Where was it given and why and can you provide a link to the original source of the PDF if available online?

Thanks.

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