On this episode of Whiskey Politics we chat with Dr. William Happer, Emeritus Professor of Physics at Princeton University. Dr. Happer is a Director of the CO2 Coalition and was director of the Department of Energy’s Office of Science in the George H.W. Bush administration. As one of the leading and most awarded scientists in the United States, Dr. Happer may be best known for his position on climate change as he feels the consensus is wrong.
We discuss his thoughts on Trump withdrawing from the Paris Climate Deal, his relationship with Donald Trump, and his opinions on Secretary of Energy Rick Perry and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt. We get his thoughts on pollution in emerging markets, the lack of accountability in science, why Al Gore had him fired, and why the virtue signaling of industrialized countries is shameful. Is climate change real? If so, how much is due to humans? What were his thoughts on Al Gore’s movie, and what the real levels of CO2 are today in comparison to history, not 150 years of data, but four billion years. Dr. Happer also talks about how the ‘climate models’ are garbage in and garbage out.
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