The Age asks a question . . . but gets the wrong answer
I ask him what he thinks about last weekend's bushfires. "I would have got toasted," he says. "I would have stayed with my house." Does he equate the fires with climate change? "It's hard to tell from a single traumatic incident," he says. "But interpreting a single event as a global phenomenon can be a big mistake." It is not, he assures me, what Charles Darwin would have done.
That's because Charles Darwin was a proper sceptical scientist, not like most of the "scientists" today, riding on a bandwagon of trillions of dollars of "climate change" research funding.
Better luck next time.
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