Ivar Giaever

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Nobel laureate who resigned to protest over its alarmist statements about climate change.
Nobel laureate, Professor emeritus of physics at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, professor-at-large at the University of Oslo, and president of Applied Biophysics. Fellow of the American Physical Society who resigned to protest over its alarmist statements about climate change.
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Created: 2019-10-02 
  • Giaever said"Is climate change pseudoscience? If I'm going to answer the question, the answer is: absolutely."
  • Giaever has said man-made global warming is a "new religion."
  • In the minority report released by the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee in March 2009, Giaever said, "I am a skeptic. … Global warming has become a new religion."
  • In a featured story in Norway's largest newspaper, Aftenposten, 26 June 2011, Giaever stated, "It is amazing how stable temperature has been over the last 150 years."

Accolades[edit | edit source]

  • Giaever got the Nobel Prize for showing that electron tunnelling took place in superconductors.
  • Oliver E. Buckley Prize by the American Physical Society
  • Zworykin Award by the National Academy of Engineering
  • Honorary doctor honoris causa, at the Norwegian Institute of Technology


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