AGW: Short on science, long on religion

Bruce Walker
Here is a link to an excellent summary of two important articles from the Global Warming "Denier" camp
 
Both articles are lengthy, but worth reading. James Peden's article is especially good at the basic physics of CO2 absorption of infra-red energy, the key to understanding "global warming".
Max Planck Medal winner, Freeman Dyson's reviews and commentary in the New York Review of Books ends thus,
"In other words, if you disagree with the majority opinion about global warming, you are an enemy of science. The authors of the pamphlet appear to have forgotten the ancient motto of the Royal Society, Nullius in Verba, which means, "Nobody's word is final."
Who you gonna believe that the debate is "settled", Al Gore or Freeman Dyson?
Here is a link to an excellent summary of two important articles from the Global Warming "Denier" camp
 
Both articles are lengthy, but worth reading. James Peden's article is especially good at the basic physics of CO2 absorption of infra-red energy, the key to understanding "global warming".
Max Planck Medal winner, Freeman Dyson's reviews and commentary in the New York Review of Books ends thus,
"In other words, if you disagree with the majority opinion about global warming, you are an enemy of science. The authors of the pamphlet appear to have forgotten the ancient motto of the Royal Society, Nullius in Verba, which means, "Nobody's word is final."
Who you gonna believe that the debate is "settled", Al Gore or Freeman Dyson?