CFACT is bringing Harvard Astrophysicist Dr. Willie Soon to college campuses across the Midwest the first week of April. Dr. Soon, who is also an Astronomer at the Mount Wilson Observatory in California and has testified to Congress, will be making the rounds to combat the myth of man-made global warming and the realities of CO2’s effect on our climate.
Since 1997 Dr. Soon has been at the forefront of the global warming debate, consistently putting facts ahead of media sensation. By doing this he has been able to show that the world today is not exceptionally warm in comparison to historical trends of the last 1000 years. Listen as Dr. Soon explains where top experts have gone wrong and the lessons that can be taken from those mistakes.
Driscol Hall- Room 1880
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Rapson Hall- Room 45
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Humanities- Room 2650
Michigan State University
Case Hall- Room 339
Events are free and open to the public. All times are local.