“Global Warming is Pseudoscience,” says physicist. And not just your “ordinary” physicist. Professor Ivar Giaever, the 1973 Nobel Prizewinner for Physics, warns that although it is very rare, some science is fraudulent. “Some people cheat in science on purpose.”
Giaever thinks it’s quite interesting that the famous ‘scientist’ Al Gore received a Nobel Prize along with Ragendra Pachauri, one-time chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
“I am ashamed that the Norwegian government did that,” says Giaever.
Prior to his ascension within the IPCC, Pachauri was a railroad engineer.
The temperature has gone up .8 degrees since 1860, says Giaever. “Point 8 degrees is what they’re discussing.”
“Point 8 degrees. If you ask people in general what they’re discussing, they think it’s 4 or 5 degrees. They don’t know it’s so little. It’s not even fever.”
But Giaever doesn’t think it’s even possible to measure that.
“In the 1889s thermometers were place in various places,” says Gaiever. “In 1900 they were moved. In 1950 they were moved. In 2000 they were moved. How can you figure the average temperature of the earth? I don’t think that’s possible.”
By the way, Pachauri stepped down from his post after sexual harassment allegations:
Thanks to Jim Kahlke for this link