Leslie Woodcock is a professor emeritus of chemical thermodynamics at the University of Manchester in England, with a Ph.D. from the University of London, and served as a senior research consultant at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Laboratory in Ohio. He has added his voice to those who challenge the “scientific fact” that man-made carbon emissions are causing global warming.
(CFACT, Paul Driessen, Tom Tamarkin) USofA - Twin peaks: CO2 and Temperature - Twin Lies (Paul Driessen, Tom Tamarkin, CFACT) USofA02.Jul.2015
Paul Driessen and Tom Tamarkin: Supposedly record-high temperature and carbon dioxide levels supposedly bring record chaos
Matt Ridley, author of The Red Queen, Genome, The Rational Optimist and other books, dropped by Reason's studio in Los Angeles in February, 2013 to talk about a curious global trend that is just starting to receive attention. Over the past three decades, our planet has gotten greener!
(Y Socol, M Yanovskiy) Israel Russia - Is man-made global warming argument good for nuclear industry?01.Jun.2015
Many people are sounding the alarm about the use of fossil fuels on the argument that the CO2 they emit will cause catastrophic global warming, even a tipping point near 400 ppm total atmospheric concentration. We are near 400 ppm, 0.04%, now. There has been practically no global warming since 2000, in spite of significant increased use of fossil fuels. Others say that CO2 from fossil fuels is a small part of atmospheric greenhouse gasses and that drastic actions like stopping use of fossil fuels, carbon cap and trade, carbon capture and sequestration would be catastrophic for people who are suffering because of lack of electricity. This article by Yehoshua Socol in Israel and Moshe Yanovskiy in Russia asks the question: "Is global warming argument good for nuclear industry?" It is a very important question for deciding how to promote nuclear power.