English: Ivar Giaever (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Mario Molina, at the Nobel Laurate Globalsymposium 2011, at Vetenskapsakademien in Stockholm, discussing climate change (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Special Ops trooper on a clearing operation in Chak district, Wardak province, Afghanistan (Photo credit: AN HONORABLE GERMAN)Transparency_SlideShare_Front_Page (Photo credit: The Daring Librarian)Noria Sedequi supervises 25 women at the Vegetable Dehydrates Factory in Parwan Province, Afghanistan. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)English: Paul Crutzen, Dutch Nobel prize winning atmospheric chemist, at the University of Helsinki in May 2010. Suomi: Paul Crutzen, hollantilainen kemian nobelisti, Helsingin yliopistossa toukokuussa 2010. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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Nobel prize winner — Ivar Giaever — “climate change is pseudoscience”
It was for a moment the clash of the Nobel Prize winners on climate change… just barely, but nothing like this has happened before in the debate-that-isn’t. Normally this is not a show the heavyweights turn up too. But there were three Nobel winners in the room at the same time. Paul Crutzen, Mario Molina and Sherwood Rowland won the 1995 Nobel for work on Ozone. Both of the first two are fans of the man-made global warming theory and they both spoke just prior to notable skeptic Ivar Giaever (who won a Nobel for tunneling in superconductors in 1972). [UPDATE: Watch Giaever speak - the whole s
The Fallout of Fukushima – James Corbett on Danish TV
James Corbett joins Danish TV program Deadline 22:30 to talk about Fukushima and what has occurred in the wake of the nuclear accident. Access the Deadline 22:30 website here: http://www.dr.dk/dr2/deadline2230