Dr. Robert H. Austin

Dr. Robert H. Austin (Physicist) Award-Winning Princeton University Physicist, who has published 170 scientific papers and was elected a member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences,

“lamented the current fears over global warming. Austin told the minority staff on the Environment and Public Works Committee on March 2, 2009.”

“Unfortunately, Climate Science has become Political Science…It is tragic that some perhaps well-meaning but politically motivated scientists who should know better have whipped up a global frenzy about a phenomena which is statistically questionable at best,”

But despite notable qualifications has no understanding of atmospheric physics or climate from his bio- “Robert H. Austin is a researcher in the Department of Physics at Princeton University, which probes the biological limits of evolving organisms under stress. His research focuses primarily on the use of microarrays and nanotechnology to further our physical understanding of biological processes, such as the dynamics of cells when subjected to stress. He ultimately wants to understand, and possibly guide, the evolution of microrganisms by culturing them inside custom-made microenvironments.”


signed a letter in 2009 “By now everyone has heard of what has come to be known as ClimateGate, which was and is an international scientific fraud, the worst any of us have seen… We have asked the APS management to put the 2007 statement on ice until the extent to which it is tainted can be determined, but that has not been done. We have also asked that the membership be consulted on this point, but that too has not been done.”


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