Global Warming Alarmist Becomes Skeptic

Proving there are scientists, even award-winning ones, who dispute the idea of catastrophic global warming, check out this one.

Former National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) scientist Dr. Rex Fleming is one of them.  He recently crossed the line from global warming alarmism to skepticism.

Even though Fleming holds  a Ph.D. in atmospheric science, his work has been banned by major scientific groups.  He is the author of The Rise and Fall of the Carbon Dioxide Theory of Climate Change.  Fleming blows the whistle on manipulation of data within NOAA, and accuses a few individuals of “fiddling” with ocean and atmospheric data under the Obama Administration.

According to Fleming, the American Meteorological Society, the American Geophysical Union, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, refuse to publish scientific papers from scientists (like him) it considers “deniers.” So he had to travel to Europe to have his 2018 paper on climate change peer-reviewed and published.

In a story published by Newsbusters, Fleming suggested the reason more scientists aren’t shifting away from anthropogenic global warming theory (AGW) is that they’re “in this groove of getting funds for huge, bigger computer systems to run these massive climate models. And they want their salaries to increase. They don’t want to change.”

“It’s been a wonderful gravy train” for scientists since the 1970s, Fleming added.

Fleming also criticized alarmists for targeting the fossil fuel industry for several reasons. He said one political reason was to push socialism.

“They’re using a calamity as a measure to get people’s attention,” he said. “So the climate is a good one to use. Because the media and scientists have wrongly, without any proof, have assumed this is the problem.”

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  1. I read your book (Brian sussman’s) and since it was published in 2010, any new ones concerning climate change . Have things changed any in this past 9 years? You still see articles ramping up fears about something we can’t affect much. And their data is probably still wrongly collected

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