Global Warming: The Origin and Nature of the Alleged Scientific Consensus
Climate science has become a hodgepodge of unreliable statistics, arbitrary research techniques and politicized groupthink. In 1992 Professor Richard Lindzen published an illuminating essay that brought clarity and wisdom to the topic of humanity's effect on the climate of Earth. With the permission of the author we are privileged to republish that article starting in the seventh paragraph below. Richard S. Lindzen, born in 1940, earned three degrees, B.A., S.M. and Ph.D., from Harvard University from 1960 to 1964. At Harvard Lindzen studied physics and applied mathematics. His Ph. D. degree is in applied mathematics. At present Dr. Lindzen is emeritus professor of meteorology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. At MIT he was the Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Meteorology, beginning in 1983. Prior to that he was the Robert P. Burden Professor of Dynamic Meteorology at Harvard University. Professor Lindzen is a dynamical meteorologist with interests in the broad topics of