Posted 17 August 2016
"People that I hoped would be there forever have begun to vanish.....The Austraian scientist Bob Carter died far too young. The climate change orthodoxy can be a tough proposition to be sceptical about if you mind being accused of betraying the future of the human race. Carter knew how to maintain a gentlemanly vocalbulary even when the guardians of dogma were calling him names. It's hard trick to work: sometimes it's just easier to join in and call your persecutors intensely dense. But Carter always behaved as if they might have a point. Perhaps he was working on the principle that politeness is an argument in itself....." Clive James, quoted in a special 76-page supplement by the Geoscience Society of New Zealand pahing tribute to the late Professor Robert M. (Bob) Carter.
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