Do you prefer facts about “Climate Change?”


This well-known scientist shows why “no further debate” is far from true.

The next video is somewhat technical but likely well within your “scientific range.” This is not something about which you have heard much (or anything). It tells you wherein lies the real scientific debate on global warming. This will enlighten you more than anything you have read or seen thus far. If you have 12 minutes it is well worth your time! Of course, the climate change activists will “tell you” that Dr. Evans is “wrong about everything” – just Google his name. But, as Mark Twain enlightened us, “Facts are stubborn things, but statistics (and models) are more pliable.”

There was a time when 100% of scientists (not just a mere 97%) believed that Newtonian physics was perfection itself. Newton presented his three laws of motion in the “Principia Mathematica Philosophiae Naturalis” in 1686 and NO ONE was “skeptical” about them until 1905 when Einstein proposed special relativity. For any human on Earth, Newton’s Laws make sense. Why would ANYONE question that physical laws are different depending on one’s PERSPECTIVE? Yet Einstein was correct.

And thanks to CAG for sending this to me.

Roy Filly

Footnote: Steven E. Koonin was appointed as the founding Director of NYU’s Center for Urban Science and Progress in April 2012.

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About Roy Filly

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5 Responses to Do you prefer facts about “Climate Change?”

  1. Steve Kemp says:

    Very interesting Roy. You always post quality content! Thanks.

  2. Carter Pierce says:

    Roy, the plant life on this planet is singing your phrases. They LOVE CO2.

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  4. Jim says:

    Interesting. I’ve always believed that “Climate Change,” was a political talking point, now I have more evidence that my belief was true.

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