In the great, never-cooling debate over the causes and consequences of global warming, it’s always clear whose side Fred Singer is on: not Al Gore’s. Singer, who was born in Vienna in 1924, was a pioneer in the development of rocket and satellite technology and holds a Ph.D. in physics from Princeton.
Now president of the Science & Environmental Policy Project research group (sepp.org), his latest book (with Dennis Avery) is “Unstoppable Global Warming Every 1,500 Years.” I talked with Singer — who will debate global warming issues with climate scientist Charles Keller Thursday at a sold-out event at Duquesne University — by phone from his offices in Arlington, Va.:
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Thanks to Marc Morano for alerting me to this article.
The Real Sporer says
I thought the High Priest Al Gore had Singer burned at the stake at an auto de fe.
Louis Hissink says
Not really, Fred Singer was actually singed a little, but escaped and has returned in full vigor.
Not so lucky was the hapless Climate Change BBC journalist who was verbally burned by Al Gore and his assistant. I would have been pretty burned off when the Guru found fault with my interview.
So he was right – smoking doesn’t stunt your growth. ROTFL.
I’ll ask a rocket scientist about rockets.
Schiller Thurkettle says
Rocket scientists know more about physics than greenpeacers.
And what are Al Bore’s credentials in his chosen field? Zip, zero, nada.
louis hissink says
Hook, line and sinker.
Luke and SJT are caught.
In your dreams Louis.
“A: It is nasty, but it shouldn’t be complex. The issue is very simple. The only really important issue is, is the warming we are experiencing now natural or is it man-made? That’s really the only issue. Everything else is commentary.”
Simple? That’s being simplistic.