James Hansen Chimes In

by Molly Bentley on May 28, 2013

Our shows on climate change always prompt comment from listeners. The opinion was mixed on our latest, “Skeptic Check: Hostile Climate.” Detractors said we were irresponsible in not presenting a skeptical view of climate change science. We point out the focus of this episode was how climate change denialism is expressed, not whether climate change is happening. Please visit our archives for other episodes on the basic science. However, among the long list of questions that some wished we’d asked was about James Hansen’s famous paper in the early 1980s that made early predictions about CO2 and temperature. How accurate was he? Turns out, James Hansen was in town the day we received that suggestion, so we tracked him down and asked him.

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