Beda M. StadlerI like to make fun of agnostics: For example, they are to cowardly to call themselves atheists. Much to my disappointment, I must now admit to being a climate agnostic. Of course, I have no doubt that there is a climate, and I myself would never be in the position of judging whether it is now warmer or colder. My conscience is limited to the fact that I am sure I’m being lied to by both sides of the climate debate.

I’m basing this on the fact that at the current international climate conference in warm Qatar a consensus is being sought after on the climate subject, or that on the basis of the new insights, I must switch to a believable camp. The Doha climate summit is, so to speak, a continuation of a Biblical scenario. In the beginning there was, for example, the Word: CO2. (since Red, moldy-oldie Michael Nauman is finally gone from Cicero, every once in a while good articles manage to appear again. Here is the continuation by Stadler, photo, a well-known professor in Switzerland!)

Posted by kewil on PI / Translation: Anders Denken

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