Simon Singh's integrity problem
May 11, 2014
Bishop Hill in Climate: Sceptics

There is, indeed, an accepted scientific theory which I do not dispute and which, the alarmists claim, justifies their belief and their alarm.

This is the so-called greenhouse effect: the fact that the earth's atmosphere contains so-called greenhouse gases (of which water vapour is overwhelmingly the most important, but carbon dioxide is another) which, in effect, trap some of the heat we receive from the sun and prevent it from bouncing back into space.

Nigel Lawson in his essay in Standpoint, 1 May


Good that Ken Clarke called Lord Lawson a climate change denier. It is time that other politicians stopped mincing their words.

Simon Singh on Twitter, 9 May

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