Climate Scientist James Hansen's Retirement

The famous climate scientist James Hansen, author of Storms of my Grandchildren, has just retired from his senior position at NASA. I'll be the climate science denialists are breathing a sigh of relief to have Hansen, who has been instrumental in developing our current understanding of climate change and who has been repeatedly attacked by those denialists, out of the way. Here's what he says about his retirement:

Oh. So, they are not getting rid of James Hansen after all. Oh well!

More information on Hansen's retirement, future plans, and related things HERE.

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