University of Exeter rules out high-end temperature increases
The research also has implications for the climate-change movement, said University of Colorado Boulder professor Roger A. Pielke Jr.: “If your climate advocacy is grounded in ‘[it’s] gonna be bad, really bad’ arguments, then new science (‘not as bad’) puts you in an awkward position,” he said on Twitter. “No doubt some catastrophists will today feel a need to diss the new study lest they give evil deniers due.” - "Clever new climate change study. Not as bad as has been projected. That is good news. Right?"
Nobel Prize-winning physicist Dr. Ivar Giaever: He doesn't believe there's much to global warming. "I agree with [President] Trump, absolutely," he said. "It's fake news. You read the paper every week or two, and there's a story about the ocean rising, the temperature is rising, but it's always 30 years from now and not now. There's never anything now."