by Admin at climatedepot.com
Andrew Bolt of Sky News Australia: What do you think we should do about global warming?
Dr. Richard Lindzen: “Nothing.” … “Point of fact, I don’t think there’s any threat on the horizon.” … “If you truly believed that it was an existential threat. Then the only thing you could do is build up your resilience. And building up your resilience means making more people wealthier because we see throughout the whole world if you are a poor country, if you’re not resilient, natural disasters cause immense damage, pain, suffering, so on. In the developed world, similar disasters caused much less damage. So your aim would be resilience. Instead, we’re choosing to make ourselves less resilient. And that makes no sense. at all, no matter what you believe. Point of fact, I don’t think there’s any threat on the horizon. And the best thing to do is to make society wealthier.” …
“This has nothing to do with climate.”
‘Few’ scientists would say climate change is an ‘existential threat’ explains MIT climate scientist Dr. Richard Lindzen
Atmospheric Physicist Richard Lindzen says “relatively few” scientists would say climate change is an “existential threat”.
“A large number of scientists are saying yes indeed it’s warming and they might even add that perhaps there’s a matter of concern,” he told Sky News host Andrew Bolt.
“Relatively few, that I know of, who even support the narrative would ever say that this is involving an existential threat.”