Famed environmentalist says no one ‘knows what’s happening’ with the climate

Michael Bastasch
The Daily Caller

Environmentalist and scientist James Lovelock has turned heads for saying that he doesn’t think “anybody really knows what’s happening” with the climate.

Lovelock told BBC Newsnight that he didn’t think that climate scientists or skeptics really know what was going on with global warming. He also slammed United Nations’ scientists and officials for being subject to “vested interests” which could hurt their scientific predictions.

“Take this climate matter everybody is thinking about,” Lovelock said. “They all talk, they pass laws, they do things, as if they knew what was happening. I don’t think anybody really knows what’s happening. They just guess. And a whole group of them meet together and encourage each other’s guesses.”

“I’m an independent scientist. I’m not funded by some government department or commercial body or anything like that,” Lovelock added. “If I make a mistake, then I can go public with it. And you have to, because it is only by making mistakes that you can move ahead.”…


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