Renowned Swedish paleogeophysicist Prof. Nils-Axel Mörner also has sent his comment to NoTricksZone concerning the termination of the fellowship of Caleb S. Rossiter and the state of climate science.
His comment is also followed by a joint statement sent by German climate scientists Prof Dr. Gerhard Gerlich and Dr. Ralf D. Tscheuschner.
Ass. Professor, Paleogeophysics & Geodynamics
Sea Level, Paleoclimate, Sun-Earth Interaction
The story of ‘a twinkling blanket of bulbs’ is touching (the words by Rossiter in WSJ). Of course, South Africa should have its new coal-fired power plant. The global hysteria about CO2-emissions is a terrible instrument in neo-colonialism, and has set up such remarkable personal behaviours of inquisition and book-burning.
The issue is surely not founded in science. More remarkable is that it has swept across the world. However its days are doomed, and with the accumulation of new facts and records, it will wither away – but until that day of science liberation arrives, we will continue to face much destruction, inquisition and misconceptions.”
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Gerlich / Dr. Ralf D. Tscheuschner:
The days of this CO2 malarkey are coming to an end – sooner or later. Therefore, Professor Rossiter’s fellowship at the Institute for Policy Studies should be reactivated since he got the point. We have emphasized that there are no atmospheric CO2 greenhouse effects in physics, and climate models are not based on physics. The anti-CO2 campaigners never presented measurements, which show that an atmospheric gas volume warms up in response to a concentration increase of the trace gas CO2. And never it was proven that so-called “fossil fuels” are fossil. The earth ball is a huge repository of resources wrapped into a thin film of mankind. So what? An enlightened, up-powered and industrialized Africa will be a source of our future inspirations and creativity. IPCC, Al Gore, and their buddies should turn off their light bulbs sustainably. This would solve most of these (pseudo-)problems of our time immediately.”