[ RadSafe ] Keeping an open mind Are we keeping an open
jjc105 at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 18 18:44:43 CDT 2010
I am surprised by your apparent naivite. Perhaps you are unaware that it is very
difficult to get research funding to study non-problems. If you don't believe
this, just try to submit a proposal to perform a study to show show the climate
is doing just fine and there is no cause for concern. If this process causes
undue public concern, that's just too bad.
To get funding, you need to view with alarm. For example, this strategy has been
successfully used for decades to perpetuate the "nuclear waste problem".
No problem = No $$$$$$.
From: "Grimm, Steven" <SGRIMM at emory.edu>
To: "radsafe at health.phys.iit.edu" <radsafe at agni.phys.iit.edu>
Sent: Mon, October 18, 2010 11:29:13 AM
Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] Keeping an open mind Are we keeping an open
So Mr. Isenhower,
Since you are an expert on climate change, the logical question for you is this
- what amount of CO2 in the atmosphere will cause global warming? Can humans
just pollute and pollute and burn fossil fuels without ever affecting climate?
I find it amusing that you scream about some sort of widespread fraud
perpetrated by scientists for what - money? Are you serious? That's one pretty
damn big widespread conspiracy you have there. How are the scientists reaping in
the money exactly? How do you address the millions (maybe billions) of dollars
spent by energy companies to cast doubt on the evidence of man-made climate
change? That's no conspiracy?
Steve Grimm, MS, CHP
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