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28 May 09 - Great video interview of Professor Ian Plimer, author of Heaven and Earth - Global Warming The Missing Science.   

In this extensive interview with ABN Newswire's Brian Carlton, Professor Plimer reveals why he thinks that the new Climate Change Religion is a “load of hot air.”

Q: What do you think of Al Gore’s movie An Inconvenient Truth?
A: “Fantasy at its best.”

Q: Are you worried about CO2?
A: Carbon dioxide is “fabulous stuff.”
    We pump it into greenhouses to make plants grow.

Q. Are you concerned about rising sea levels?
A: “Six thousand years ago sea levels were two meters (7 feet) higher than today."
     “The next great sea level change will be a fall.”

See http://abnnewswire.net/multimedia/en/60780/VIDEO:_Professor_Ian_Plimer_Author_of_
Heaven_and_Earth_Global_Warming_The_Missing_Science_with_Brian_Carlton.html

          Professor Ian Plimer is an Australian geologist and academic. He is
          a prominent critic of creationism and of the theory of anthropogenic
          global warming. He has authored approximately 60 academic papers
          over 36 years, and six books. Plimer is currently Professor of Mining
          Geology at the University of Adelaide. He was previously a Professor
          in the School of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne. He is
          also a prominent member of the Australian Skeptics. He was awarded
          the Clarke Medal by the Royal Society of New South Wales in 2004.

  

 

 

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