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"If I were wrong, then one would be enough." — Albert Einstein

In 1931, a book was published, "100 Authors Against Einstein." Albert Einstein's response: "If I were wrong, then one would be enough."


Source: On Albert Einstein by Stephen Hawking.

Notes: People who are dismissive of climate change, such as The Weather Channel founder John Coleman, like to say that "there are 30,000 of us.  We have 30,000 scientists, 9,000 of which have PhD's, have now signed up to debunk global warming."

John Coleman is referring to the Oregon Petition.  This petition was first organized in 1998 and then again in 2007 by Arthur B. Robinson, president of the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine, who lives in Cave Junction, Oregon.  

The purpose of the petition is to obtain as many signatures as possible from opposing scientists to show human-caused climate change is not "settled science."  The petition aimed to prove "an overwhelming scientific consensus is wrong. No such consensus or settled science exists."

So far, the petition has over 31,000 signatures, only 9,000 with PhDs, and most are engineers, and only a very few climate scientists.

However, this petition is a very tiny molehill compared to every major scientific academy of the world, which all say that climate change is real and caused by humans.  

Science historian, Naomi Oreskes points out on page 270 in her book Merchants of Doubt "the claims of our contrarians had already been vetted in the halls of science and failed to pass the test of peer review.  At that point, their claims could not really be considered scientific, and our protagonists should have moved on to other things.  In a sense, they were poor losers.  The umpires had made their call, but our contrarians refused to accept it."

Albert Einstein also had stubborn contrarians who did not want to accept his theory of relativity.  They even wrote a book, A Hundred Authors Against Einstein.

In response, Einstein shrugged off his critics, saying "If I were wrong, then one would be enough.   

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February 27, 2014

Einstien you may not like him- he did believe in a God. No not a personal one, if you knew how he lived you can see why his life in carnal ways was in contradiction to Torah and Law. However he was no less a Jew. In Jewish culture and as a matter of common sense courtesy when you are wrong and a brother (religiously) or a associate realizes this if he wants to correct you he should first come to you in private, this is what Einstein meant when he said it would have only taken one. If you are still wrong then your associate who cares about you should go get another and talk to you still- in private to a degree. If still you are wrong- then we should go and get the entire congregation- if you still refuse to come to your senses you are thrown out of the synagog and treated like a pagan. The problem is that The IPCC and global warming alarmists are wrong and we have tried to talk to you but you refuse to listen.

This article tries to make a statement that "So far, the petition has over 31,000 signatures, only 9,000 with PhDs, and most are engineers, and only a very few climate scientists." To be 100 percent accurate the IPCC is headed by a man who has a BS in Mechanical Engineering and A PHD in what engineers like to joke is "Imaginary Engineering" that is Industrial Engineering, which is more business and process control vs actual engineering. "climatology" as being taught is merely left wing economic environmental policy of which Rajendra Kumar Pachauri's native India is under the Kyoto Protocols and the carbon tax likely to benefit from.

The global warming crowd is a cult which excommunicates any heretic who dares think and come to the obvious conclusion- get help get out of the cult.

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