Did you know that pterodactyls were able to fly because the Earth’s atmosphere was much thicker back then? According to astrophysicist Piers Corbyn ,if pterodactyls were around today, they would not be able to fly.
Astrophysicist / Weather Forecaster Piers Corbyn explains the differences between his ideas and those of the CO2 crowd.
Corbyn says; “There is No Such Thing as Man-Made Climate Change”.
He also says the Royal Society is “a professional body of back scratchers.”
“Science itself has got a political dimension, and it can be completely used against people. Or, fake science can be used against people, but the public don’t know the difference.”
The carbon dioxide con
Toward the end of the video, Piers mentions “the carbon dioxide con,” which is used to “brainwash people.”
A brilliant student, at 18 Piers Corbyn went to Imperial College of London, where he earned a first class BSc degree in physics in 1968. He commenced postgraduate research there into superconductivity, but then went into student representation and politics for some years. Then in 1979 he returned to postgraduate study at Queen Mary College, University of London, where he earned a MSc in Astrophysics in 1981.