American scientist, one of the world’s leading authorities on quantum mechanics and winner of the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics, John F. Clauser, joined the board of the Scientific Coalition last week He called CO2 and climate science “massive and shocking pseudoscience of journalism”. “The climate crisis narrative is a fraud by global elites and a dangerous corruption of science that threatens the world economy and the welfare of billions of people,” Clauser said in a statement with climate science being made a “scapegoat” for a number of unrelated diseases.
A scientist and recipient of the prestigious Wolf Prize for Physics believes the frequently reported climate crisis story is “a hoax perpetuated by global elites” and their allies in the corporate media. “Climate crisis stories” are being promoted around the world by governments and their media allies in an effort to fulfill the goals of the green agendas of the World Economic Forum (WEF), United Nations (UN), World Health Organization (WHO) and other globalist organizations.
“The popular climate change narrative reflects the dangerous corruption of science that threatens the global economy and the well-being of billions of people. Flawed climate science has become a shockingly massive journalistic pseudoscience,” Clauser said in a statement he issued as part of his election to the Science Coalition board of directors. CO2. PUSH was founded in 2015 with the aim of leading the discussion on climate change, the role of humans in the climate system and the consequences of mandatory reductions in CO2 emissions.
To “save the planet,” people should expect higher taxes and a lower quality of life, added Clauser. “Meanwhile, the handful of ruling elites pushing a green agenda will continue to fly private jets and eat meat because they are part of the solution,” Clauser noted.
“In my opinion, there is no real climate crisis,” Clauser added, adding that this “pseudoscience” is being promoted by businesses and marketers, politicians, government agencies and environmentalists alike who are misguided. “However, there are very real problems in ensuring a decent standard of living for the world’s largest population and the associated energy crisis,” said the Nobel Prize winner.
The energy crisis is getting worse, Clauser believes. “This is unnecessary and in the long run compounded by what, in my opinion, climate science went wrong,” added the theoretical and experimental physicist.
Clauser is not the first Nobel laureate to challenge established scientific and political narratives about climate change. The World Climate Declaration was signed by more than 300 professors and scientists working on climate. “There is no climate emergency,” read the slogan of the document, whose main signatories were 1973 Nobel Prize winner, professor at the University of Oslo and Norwegian physicist Ivar Giaever.
The manifesto states that climate models “are not even credible as global policy instruments” and that the effects of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide are overestimated. Climate science has devolved into a “debate of self-confidence and activism” and away from “a solid and self-critical scientific discipline,” the declaration said.
Clauser is best known for his contributions to the foundations of quantum mechanics – in particular the Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt inequalities. In 2022, Clauser, along with French physicist Alain Aspect and Austrian scientist Anton Zeilinger, won the Nobel Prize for experiments with entangled photons in the field of quantum mechanics.
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