Monday, December 28, 2009

What does a Nobel Scientist say about the Greenhouse Effect?



Now you might think that a chemist wouldn't know anything about the science of global warming. You might think that the science of global warming is all complicated.

But Kary Mullis does know about the scientific method - experimental tests to provide evidence for or against a particular hypothesis. He also knows how research grant funding works, and how that effects the scientific method. And he said all of this seven years ago.

That's a powerful "consensus" right there.

Hat tip: The Dog Ate My Data.

4 comments:

Home on the Range said...

Thank you for posting this. More people need to really LOOK at this information.

Anonymous said...

They need to think it through for themselves rather than accept what the clerg- scientists say, too. Couching all of it in five dollar words is as contemptible as the Church keeping the Bible in Latin so the people couldn't read it.

Jim

kahr40 said...

That was brilliant. That's a novel concept, honesty, open inquiry, and verifiable fact. Who'da thunk it.

"Zack" said...

I rather enjoyed that.