perspective on climate change

This is Lindzen’s testimony to the House Subcommittee on Science and technology: Global Warming: How To Approach The Science. No name calling, no judgments of others’ viewpoints, but a very good review of what the argument is all about.

  • It most certainly is not about whether climate is changing: it always is.
  • It is not about whether CO2is increasing: it clearly is.
  • It is not about whether the increase in CO2, by itself, will lead to some warming: it should.

The debate is simply over the matter of how much warming the increase in CO2 can lead to, and the connection of such warming to the innumerable claimed catastrophes.

Well worth reading to understand the science beneath the arguments.

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