In case you're still not convinced that there are a significant number of eminent climate scientists that can be counted among the anthropogenic climate-change skeptics, here a few of the many listed at this site:
* Richard Lindzen, Alfred Sloane Professor of Atmospheric Science at the Massachussetts Institute of Technology and member of the National Academy of Sciences.
* Fred Singer, Professor emeritus of Environmental Sciences at the University of Virginia.
* William M. Gray, Professor of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University.
Granted the above information comes from a site that is devoted to climate change skepticism, though that does not lessen the credentials of the scientists who have lent their names to the cause of debunking man-made global warming.
If you want a comprehensive list of well-credentialed scientists and their views that anthropogenic global warming is bunk you may want to visit this site. Yes it happens to be the site of the Republican members of the US Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. However, it provides a very detailed summary of the argument against man-made global warming packed with links to other sites.
As an initially unbiased observer who took my older son to see "An Inconvenient Truth" at my local movie theatre, I am more than a little disturbed to witness how climate change advocates have attempted to demonise skeptics and shut down debate.
"There is no need for debate because the science is settled," they say.
"Skeptics are just crazy kooks and flat earth deniers," they say.
"The IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) has spoken and man-made climate change is real," they say.
"The Himalayan glaciers will be gone by 2035 and the Amazon rain forests are under threat," they say.....oops, sorry about that.
No sir, the science is not settled just because a UN sponsored document based on some selected observations and some dubious computer models happens to declare that man made climate-change is real.
This is not a case of round earth versus flat earth as some would have us believe. There is not one scientist that believes the earth is flat. There is no such consensus on global warming; there are plenty of scientists who believe that man-made global warming is junk.
Human beings, like most animals on earth, inhale air and exhale carbon dioxide. Should we stop breathing to save our planet?