If you’re as annoyed with climate change deniers as physics professor, Dr. Christopher Keating, you can finally tell them to put up or shut up.
A physics professor is so fed up with the claims made by ‘climate change deniers’ that he has launched a ‘$10,000 Global Warming Skeptic Challenge.’
The challenge issued by Dr. Christopher Keating, a professor who previously taught at the University of South Dakota and the U.S. Naval Academy, according to a news release, will award prize money to anyone who uses the scientific method to prove that human activity has not been a factor leading to climate change.
Keating is even willing to accept unoriginal scientific evidence.
‘I know you are not going to get rich with $10,000. But, tell me, wouldn’t you like to have a spare $10,000? After all, the skeptics all claim it is a simple matter, and it doesn’t even have to be original,’ Keating wrote. ‘If it is so easy, just cut and paste the proof from somewhere. Provide the scientific evidence and prove your point and the $10,000 is yours!’
‘This is no joke. If someone can provide a proof that I can’t refute, using scientific evidence, then I will write them a check.’
Some critics have claimed that Keating has a strong bias against not giving his own money away and for being a climate change advocate. He refutes this by explaining that he “is stuck with having to be honest about it.”
‘If I am a fraud, then I will be held up as an example of how climate scientists everywhere are frauds.’
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