I know I am late reporting this. This is kind of old news. I just did not get around to reporting this until now. Richard Muller, one of the most (and only?) legitimate global warming skeptics, has admitted he is wrong. Good for him. And yet, so what? Its not like this will cause any Republican politicians to suddenly believe in science now that Muller is on board.
Muller is ”a prominent scientist,” a ”well-known physicist from the University of California at Berkeley” and has been loved and adored by those who claim the climate is not getting warmer, despite all the science saying otherwise. They loved him, of course, until he conducted his own rigorous study and discovered the climate is getting warmer after all. And came out and admitted it.
Bernie Madoff was loved and adored too, until people found out who he really was.
Below was my first post on Muller, from before he published any data. It was always obvious that he was not who he pretended to be.
Guardian Says Berkeley Knows The Truth
They are completely unbiased and open minded, though they have already determined (ahead of their neutral study) that global warming is the most serious problem in the world.
Muller is fed up with the politicised row that all too often engulfs climate science. By laying all its data and workings out in the open, where they can be checked and challenged by anyone, the Berkeley team hopes to achieve something remarkable: a broader consensus on global warming. In no other field would Muller’s dream seem so ambitious, or perhaps, so naive.
“We are bringing the spirit of science back to a subject that has become too argumentative and too contentious,” Muller says, over a cup of tea. “We are an independent, non-political, non-partisan group. We will gather the data, do the analysis, present the results and make all of it available. There will be no spin, whatever we find.” Why does Muller feel compelled to shake up the world of climate change? “We are doing this because it is the most important project in the world today. Nothing else comes close,” he says.