On June 30, 2011, CHUO 89.1 FM The Train's Denis Rancourt interviewed Raymond Pierrehumbert, Louis Block Professor, Department of the Geophysical Sciences, The University of Chicago. Professor Pierrehumbert is an internationally recognized expert on the physics of global warming.
After introductions and (dis)agreeing on some basics, get ready for a heated (so to speak) debate between the two Ph.D. physicists having different perspectives. It becomes clear that climate physics is not apolitical, at least not between these two...
One music break is beautiful accordion music arranged and played by Professor Pierrehumbert.
- Pierrehumbert RT 2011: Infrared radiation and planetary temperature. Physics Today 64, 33-38.
- Rancourt DG 2011: Radiation physics constraints on global warming: CO2 increase has little effect (posted at archive.org)