Nobel Prize winner goes off on global warming

Here’s a TED talk from 2002 by Kary Mullis. It’s funny from beginning to end. Around 20 minutes into it, Mullis goes off on global warming and warmists. If you have not seen this, you are in for a treat.

Mullis shared the 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Michael Smith for his improvement of the polymerase chain reaction technique for replication of oligonucleotides such as DNA and RNA, arguably the most important development in biology, biochemisty, molecular biology and forensics.


Mullis cited two articles from the journal Science:

“Evidence for Strengthening of the Tropical General Circulation in the 1990s”
Junye Chen, Barbara E. Carlson, and Anthony D. Del Genio
Science 1 February 2002 295: 838-841 [DOI: 10.1126/science.1065835]

“Evidence for Large Decadal Variability in the Tropical Mean Radiative Energy Budget”
Bruce A. Wielicki, Takmeng Wong, Richard P. Allan, Anthony Slingo, Jeffrey T. Kiehl, Brian J. Soden, C. T. Gordon, Alvin J. Miller, Shi-Keng Yang, David A. Randall, Franklin Robertson, Joel Susskind, and Herbert Jacobowitz
Science 1 February 2002 295: 841-844 [DOI: 10.1126/science.1065837]



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