Dr. William Happer, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Physics at Princeton University, will give a talk on “The Real Story On Climate Change”. Some of the topics which are likely to be covered in this talk include the history of atmospheric CO2 since life on earth began, failure of computer models to predict changes in temperature, that past changes in temperature were not associated with changes in CO2, the history of changes in temperatures on earth, ocean acidification, sea level rises, sun spots and solar physics, and the beneficial effects of CO2 on plant life and growth. Global warming, climate change, extreme weather, globalization, carbon credits and taxes, and the sources and beneficiaries of the funding streams that support the advocacy of these concepts and policies will be considered. Tickets are $10 online and can be purchased at www.iconlectureseries.com.
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