Princeton Physics Professor Discredits Anthropogenic Climate Change Theory

Physics Professor William Happer discredits the negative effects of CO2 on the planet and whether or not climate change is man-made. He also goes into detail of why the United Nation’s models are incorrect despite their overwhelming confidence that significant warming is taking place due to human activity. *The views expressed by the interviewee(s) in this video do not necessarily reflect the views of The New American or any of its affiliates.*

How the Global Warming Scare Began

A great scientist named Roger Revelle had Al Gore in his class at Harvard and the Global Warming campaign was born. Revelle tried to calm things down years later, but Gore said Revelle was Senile and refused to debate. John Coleman documents the entire story and shows how our tax dollars are perpetuating the Global Warming alarmist campaign even though temperatures have not risen in years and years.

Why I Left Greenpeace

Patrick Moore explains why he helped to create Greenpeace, and why he decided to leave it. What began as a mission to improve the environment for the sake of humanity became a political movement in which humanity became the villain and hard science a non-issue. From Prager U

Prof Murry Salby Lecture; “Atmospheric Carbon” 18th July 2016

Professor Murry Salby, author of many peer-reviewed papers, and the seminal book on climate “Physics of the Atmosphere and Climate”, is one of the planet’s best climate scientists, here he gives a scientific / technical talk on carbon in the atmosphere delivered at University College London on the 18th July, 2016. Salby outlines man’s true contribution to the observed increase in atmospheric CO2 concentrations.

Chapter 2, The Ultimate, Animated Guide to the Climate Debate

Chapter 2: ‘Climate Science, A Time of Transition’ The Ultimate, Animated Guide to the Climate Debate (AKA Dante’s Climate Inferno) The world certainly was a difference place after World War 2. But just how important was this time in transforming the face of climate science? Why did these changes go hand-in-hand in allowing attempts to address humanitarian concerns worldwide? And where was the spectre of CO2 looming throughout of all this? This was indeed a formative period for climate science as it got up from its hands and knees, and started to walk. But, was it walking in the right …