Monday, 2 May 2016

Interview with a climate scientist


Give yourself the pleasure of watching an interview with climate scientist Dr. Judith Curry, who my friend Michael Strong calls “the most important paragon of courage and integrity active in the intellectual world today.”

There are many courageous people out there, but Curry has maintained a steadfast commitment to inquiry, intellectual honesty, and clear public communication despite the harshest rebukes from those who not long ago celebrated her. It is incredibly exhausting to the spirit to withstand such attacks, and unless one is firmly committed to a principle it is always easier to avoid confrontation and do one's work quietly behind the scenes.



You can follow her at her website Climate etc. at  JudithCurry.Com.


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