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.