Posted 15 March 2015
"Five years ago, I was one of 43 Fellows of the Royal Society - the first and arguably still the most prestigious scientific organisation in the world - who wrote to our then-president about its approach to climate change. We warned that the Society was in danger of violating its founding principle, summed up in its famous motto 'Nullus in Verba' - or, 'Don't take another's word for it; check it out for yourself.' The reason for our warning was a Society document which stated breezily: 'If you don't believe in climate change you are using one of the following [eight] misleading arguments." Expatriate Kiwi, Professor Michael Kelly, writing in the UK Daily Mail.
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