The Philosopher Reviews - IPCC og alarmisternes myter afdækkes i ny bog


Claus Dellgren,


"... Carter's book is a much needed antidote to their foolish and dangerous scheme. As he puts it, the climate change scare is the "greatest self-organised scientific and political conspiracy that the world has ever seen, made worse by the fact that many of the people taken in by it had only the best of intentions, but lacked the science education to see through the scam." Carter concludes by pointing at the true costs of the conspiracy - to the 1, 500,000,000 underprivileged people of the world, without clean water, adequate sanitation, basic education and basic health. "For lifting the poor out of their poverty, and helping them to generate wealth for themselves, is the only sure way to protect Earth's future environment"."

Og hvem er Carter!? 

Dr. Robert Carter is a paleontologist, stratigrapher and marine geologist with more than thirty years of professional experience and holds degrees from the University of Otago (New Zealand) and the University of Cambridge (England). He has held tenured academic staff positions at the University of Otago and James Cook University (Townsville), where he was Professor and Head of School of Earth Sciences from 1981 to 1999. Dr. Carter has wide experience in management and research administration, including service as Chair of the Earth Sciences Discipline Panel of the Australian Research Council, Chair of the National Marine Science and Technologies Committee, Director of the Australian Office of the Ocean Drilling Program, and Co-Chief Scientist on ODP Leg 181 (Southwest Pacific Gateways). His public commentaries draw on his knowledge of the scientific literature and a personal publication record of more than 100 papers in international science journals on topics which include taxonomic paleontology, paleoecology, the growth and form of the molluscan shell, New Zealand and Pacific geology, stratigraphic classification, sequence stratigraphy, sedimentology, the Great Barrier Reef, Quaternary geology, and sea-level and climate change. B.Sc. (Hons), University of Otago, Geology, 1963. Ph.D., University of Cambridge, Paleontology, 1968

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