About Me


I am a climate scientist (CV) interested in climate modeling, Earth’s energy budget, emergent properties of complex systems, chaos, statistics, climate-society interaction and quantifying difficult-to-quantify things.

Contact: pbrown at carnegiescience.edu


3 Responses to About Me

  1. Good evening Michael:
    I have been reading some of your research with great interest. I appreciate your willingness to publish material that doesn’t necessarily comport with the status quo on climate change. I am a big believer in creating a cleaner environment for our future generations but have never felt that climate change was the largest threat to humanity like some politicians like to tell us constantly.

    I was recently involved in a discussion about your paper and someone who was very critical of your work said that your results could not be trusted as you are heavily supported by the oil industry.

    I was wondering if there was anything you could share with me that would allow me to be able to either understand this or if it is untrue to be able to refute it.

    In my industry ( I am the VP of a medical device company), Physicians have to disclose conflicts of interest as well as financial relationships with industry when they publish papers.

    I don’t know if that applies to climate science or not but any info you can share with me would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank-you for your time.

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

    Joe Salvati

  2. jim davis says:

    I think you are a fake.

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