Posted 25 February 2011
World-renowned physicist Professor Freeman Dyson has been described as a 'force-of-nature intellect'. He's also one of the world's foremost climate change sceptics. In this email exchange, science editor of the UK newspaper The Independent, Steve Connor, asks the Princeton scholar why he's one of the few true intellectuals to be so dismissive of the global-warming consensus. This is a must-read for anyone seeking the scientific truth about so-called 'man-made global warming.' Most memorable line: "Scepticism is as important for a good journalist as it is for a good scientist."