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Unsettled: Climate and Science | Dr. Steven Koonin | EP 323

  • Жарияланды 2023 ж. 24 Нау.

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  • Robert Marsh
    Robert Marsh 2 ай бұрын +1420

    Dr. Peterson I’m sorry you are being persecuted by your profession organization. I watched your interview with Chloe Cole and thought you did an excellent job of it. If anyone who watched that could come away with anything other than admiration for both you and Chloe then they have the problem. Please fight on. Millions of people are watching this thru the miracle of You Tube and your Podcasts and are overwhelming in your corner.

    • MrDtempest
      MrDtempest 6 күн бұрын

      @GT380man are you a highly trained clinical psychologist? One of his peers? Or just another one of the masses, posting commentary
      Read Michael Shermer, then get back to me

    • MrDtempest
      MrDtempest 6 күн бұрын

      @GT380man I don’t need to. His peers have raised red flags. They are all clinical psychologists. I’ll leave it to the experts, not the masses.

    • GT380man
      GT380man 6 күн бұрын

      @MrDtempest Finance understandably must be highly regulated, because there is a strong monetary incentive to cheat others & it’s not possible to critique what’s being said.
      By contrast, Peterson has no incentive to mislead & performs a service by bringing true subject matter experts to public attention. Peterson’s utterances are highly informed by his having had hundreds of such conversations with SMEs. And what’s wrong with gaining new insights? Peterson’s interlocutors are without exception highly qualified in their fields.
      If you are able to highlight examples that concern you, that could be helpful.

    • GT380man
      GT380man 6 күн бұрын

      @MrDtempest You’ve evidently no idea what lies behind the actions of his professional body.
      The one thing you may be certain of. It’s got nothing at all to do with his skills or actions as a registered clinical psychologist & everything to do with his iconoclastic approach to & knocking over of confected “geopolitical issues”.
      If he stuck exclusively to matters related to clinical psychology, that professional body wouldn’t care less what he said.
      Its his inquisitive habit and unwillingness to be intimidated by threats that renders his probing, by interviewing numerous expects, into key topics that shadowy people want you to remain largely ignorant of and frightened of, that really irks them.
      He’s finding that, every time he goes deep with card carrying experts, the apparently terrifying problem just isn’t that at all.
      The proposition that human driven global warming is an existential threat is readily defeated by the expedient of not lying.
      The same approach has the same outcome in relation to COVID and “vaccines”. Once the lies are pointed out, the minuscule public health threat is seen for what it is: a completely fake emergency.
      There are more such mega lies, which include:
      -massed vaccination of the population is necessary to keep monstrous outbreaks of infectious diseases and these vaccines are safe & effective. If you dare even ask questions for clarification, you risk cancellation. By the way, both propositions are lies.
      -we’re about to run out of so-called fossil fuels & replacing internal combustion engined cars with battery electric cars is both necessary and feasible. Both of these propositions are lies.
      I have several more examples. I’m retired so the usual threats to lose employment or pension don’t work on me. I expect Jordan Peterson will also ignore threats to take him down.
      Three years ago, I would have regarded every part of this post as the ravings of a conspiracy theorist. What changed was a fraud was committed right in my “wheelhouse”: Covid, countermeasures and the gene-based injections they call vaccines.

  • IW-44
    IW-44 Ай бұрын +13

    One of the great things about dr. Peterson's platform is that normal people can be exposed to truly brilliant experts in a particular field who also have the charisma to make really complex problems and topics accessible and understandable. Here we have very complex problem, not dumbed-down into easy soundbites, but explained in great detail using common terms and logic.

    • Elise Bell
      Elise Bell Ай бұрын

      And the narrative scripters will not even consider healthy debate… explain that to me like I’m 5 😢

  • Joe the Geographer
    Joe the Geographer 2 ай бұрын +161

    I recently completed Dr. Koonin's book, Unsettled, on climate and found it to be excellent. I highly recommend it. Very readable and well referenced for further, even deeper dives into the source material.

    • Gladescat
      Gladescat 9 күн бұрын

      @vap0rtranz Not BP. Exxon. From his ridiculous cherry-picked writings, he's a lukewarm skeptic who still cannot explain the majority of the warming we're seeing, aside from a minor effect from GHGs. 30+ years now while CO2, CH4, temps. and sea level continue to rise as predicted.
      By the way, Koonin reminds me of Buddy Hackett.

    • vap0rtranz
      vap0rtranz 9 күн бұрын

      @Gladescat You mean like what the chief scientist at BP found? That's Koonin. Here he is in this interview. So ... Koonin is or isn't a skeptic?!

  • Alexandru Agache
    Alexandru Agache 2 ай бұрын +41

    Great Podcast! Thank you for sharing this great information! 😊

  • MobyFixer
    MobyFixer 2 ай бұрын +28

    A most interesting and refreshing interview, providing some concrete reasons that saner minds will prevail. I too read “Unsettled” and enjoyed it immensely! I would encourage you and Dr. Koonin and others that hold your perspective on the “climate catastrophe”, to continue to get the word out! God Bless you!

  • Danielle Moire
    Danielle Moire Ай бұрын +55

    This is truly and sincerely one of the best educational interviews I have ever seen and everyone on the planet must see this and listen to it and learn it. Thank you Jordan for having Steven on your show. He is brilliant !!!!!👍👍👍🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦

    • Les.
      Les. Ай бұрын +2

      David I agree with you 100%

    • prophetsnake
      prophetsnake Ай бұрын +1

      He's a con man, and you are being had.

  • polly miller
    polly miller 2 ай бұрын +444

    Jordan I know it's hard being honest and having common sense. But I want you to know: When folks like you take a stand against this "psychosis" it gives us "regular" folks someone to look up to. And for me Sir, it gives me courage. Courage to attend the School Board Meetings. And speak up myself. For that I THANK YOU🙏

    • Gladescat
      Gladescat 10 күн бұрын

      @pollymiller But skeptics like Jordan and his guests don't have any idea why we're experiencing this warming aside from GHG emissions! To promote climate denial and embracing FFs without providing solid explanatory hypotheses to this problem is NOT GOOD.
      You need to understand this fact before you stand up and start speaking out against the GHG hypothesis at school board meetings.

    • Jason B
      Jason B 15 күн бұрын

      ​@Gladescat The concept of artificially created scarcity, whereby the powers that be understand that if they can create scarcity, they can make a lot more money, . might explain why Exxon Mobile would be behind the Climate Change hysteria. Sure makes sense to me. Also, all industry regulations put in place in the name of 'green' initiatives ('green' like money?) make it very difficult for smaller producers to compete in the marketplace, giving large companies like Exxon Mobile virtual monopolies. Less competition, higher prices, larger percentage of market share, and of course, they know we'll be dependent on fossil fuels for decades into the future or more. Sounds like climate change is a scam to me.
      And the wall that Trump was building made it very difficult to get over and gives border patrol a chance to get there in time and prevents tens of thousands of people from simply walking across at once.

    • David Dugal
      David Dugal Ай бұрын

      @Inga’s Fit Tips and Eats hbnb

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      US A Ай бұрын


  • Plain Jane
    Plain Jane Ай бұрын +8

    Thanks for the insight, fellows. It's so good to hear positive news for a charge. God bless you!

  • steve hagan
    steve hagan 5 күн бұрын +2

    1:29:54 “…we’ve really demoralized an entire generation…”
    What a horrible realization, but so so true!!
    And thank you Doc for reminding me of how our - My - senses are calibrated to detect potential catastrophe (apocalyptic heuristics!!) rather than improvement/gain. This has been so operative in my life and still is!!
    God bless both of you! Please keep the conversation going, especially with the self-proclaimed experts. We NEED your voices behind ours!!

  • Mark Fenner
    Mark Fenner Ай бұрын +4

    A superb discussion on the position the world is in. Thank you both for you time and knowledge in informing us the general public with your understanding of the subject and your wisdom🙏

  • Ninja Skeleton
    Ninja Skeleton 2 ай бұрын +5

    What a fantastic series of podcasts, Alex Epstein, Richard Lindzen and now Steven Koonin. Can’t recommend these highly enough.

    • Gladescat
      Gladescat 16 күн бұрын

      Even better than Three Stooges reruns.

  • Lara Flynn
    Lara Flynn Ай бұрын +2

    This is a fascinating talk. Thank you so much! I am looking for Dr Koonin’s book right now!

    • Gladescat
      Gladescat 18 күн бұрын

      It's usually in the "Children's Science" section. Look for the book with the cherry stains all over it.

  • Adam Waites
    Adam Waites 2 ай бұрын +110

    Jordan, please interview Professor William Happer. He is a world leader in the field of radiation transfer physics which is the basis of the greenhouse effect. He will make an excellent addition to the list of guests on this topic. Thank you for investigating this topic and providing a platform for the alternative view. It was a great pleasure for me to see you in Melbourne recently.

    • andrew matsuda
      andrew matsuda 17 күн бұрын

      @Gladescat too many boosters.

    • Gladescat
      Gladescat 18 күн бұрын

      Please interview Happer. He's as phony as they come, though not the cherry picker Koonin is, and would be a great addition to your one-sided interview series.

    • andrew matsuda
      andrew matsuda 2 ай бұрын +2

      Happer and Patrick Moore.

    • Mark Southern
      Mark Southern 2 ай бұрын +5

      Agreed! He is the foremost expert I have seen on working through the C02 issue.

  • ToIsleOfView
    ToIsleOfView 10 күн бұрын +2

    Wow! Dr. Koonin is brillient. Thank you for bringing this discussion to KZclip. Keep it up!

  • Richard M
    Richard M 2 ай бұрын +3

    I really enjoy listening to this channel. I think it’s great to listen to factual, intellectual conversation both for and against points of view.
    Sick of constant doom and gloom and at times close mindedness everywhere. Great content. 👍

  • Jenny McGowin
    Jenny McGowin 2 ай бұрын +8

    I very much enjoyed this podcast! Thank you both!

  • C'est moi
    C'est moi Ай бұрын +4

    I learned so much in this conversation. Thank you. 💛

    • P!nned by Steve Wallis
      P!nned by Steve Wallis Ай бұрын

      T͟h͟a͟n͟k͟s͟ ͟f͟o͟r͟ ͟w͟a͟t͟c͟h͟i͟n͟g͟ ͟
      ͟M͟e͟s͟s͟a͟g͟e͟ ͟m͟e͟ ͟o͟n͟ ͟W͟h͟a͟t͟s͟A͟p͟p͟✙͟➊➋⓿➊➎➏⓿➌➏➍➍

  • BflorioNYC
    BflorioNYC Ай бұрын +7

    This is mind-blowing 🤯. As far back as I can remember I have been spoon fed lies by school, media, and the government. I would have never believed this if this information if it was not presented through your pod cast. You are my hero in so many ways. Thank you.

  • Isaac Martin
    Isaac Martin 2 ай бұрын +239

    I'm a 28 year old father of 2 and I'm going to school for Clinical Psychology largely in part because of Dr. Jordan Peterson. I found I have a talent for talking people through tough things and advocating for them and was trying to figure out how to get out of poverty when I discovered your videos and now I'm on my educational path. That said Dr. Peterson's persecution by the college board of psychologists I'm terrified of happening to me before I can practice. I'm also terrified that the world will experience a massive societal collapse before I can practice due to a host of socio-political issues not one of which is climate change. I'll keep marching forward on this path though that what I'm learning will benefit my family and those around me and hope just maybe the people in this community will fight back tyrannical leftism.

    • Shop Outfitters
      Shop Outfitters 2 ай бұрын

      I personally understand how you feel. I am now more than twice your age. My life decisions and directions were a bit different. Simply put, Have faith and fear not.. seeking the truth will set you free. Have confidence. JP has got you moving in the best possible direction.

    • M vV
      M vV 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Isaac Martin Hi Isaac, some words of encouragement from a non-religious leftist (well, at least to American measures I presume) from the Netherlands. Ideologically, we're probably quite different, but in my opinion no one has the right to force their views onto others. Just pursue your dreams and don't worry about the tyrants, I don't like 'em either.

    • 7armedman
      7armedman 2 ай бұрын +1

      Try not to cry as much. Also don't fuck up your brain on drugs.

    • Roger Jamespaul
      Roger Jamespaul 2 ай бұрын +1

      In “Assessing ExxonMobil’s Global Warming Projections,” researchers from Harvard and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research show for the first time the accuracy of previously unreported forecasts created by company scientists from 1977 through 2003. The Harvard team discovered that Exxon researchers created a series of remarkably reliable models and analyses projecting global warming from carbon dioxide emissions over the coming decades. Specifically, Exxon projected that fossil fuel emissions would lead to 0.20 degrees Celsius of global warming per decade, with a margin of error of 0.04 degrees - a trend that has been proven largely accurate. 2023 Report.

  • Torres Pearls
    Torres Pearls 2 ай бұрын +14

    This is very enlightening. Much thanks to you both,

  • Page Ribe
    Page Ribe 2 ай бұрын +11

    Thank you for bringing rational thought into public view.

  • David LeBlanc
    David LeBlanc Ай бұрын +1

    Fabulous material. These interviews should be required listening for college students in any of the material sciences.

  • George Romo
    George Romo 29 күн бұрын

    Thank you for having this conversation. it's nice to get some information about questions I've had since the global warming era when I was in high school.

  • Terresa Clint
    Terresa Clint 2 ай бұрын +1

    Great dialogue! - thank you Dr. Petersen and his guests for keeping the tradition of honest inquiry alive

    • P¡nned by Jordan B Peterson
      P¡nned by Jordan B Peterson 2 ай бұрын

      T͟h͟a͟n͟k͟s͟ ͟f͟o͟r͟~͟~͟w͟a͟t͟c͟h͟i͟n͟g͟!͟!͟!͟
      ͟E͟n͟d͟e͟a͟v͟o͟u͟r͟ ͟t͟o͟ ͟m͟e͟s͟s͟a͟g͟e͟ ͟m͟e͟ ͟o͟n͟ ͟w͟h͟a͟t͟s͟a͟p͟p͟✙͟①④⓪⑥④⓪②②⑧②⑦🔥͟🔥͟....

  • xMigas
    xMigas 2 ай бұрын +206

    I'm 22 and I gotta say this conversation is a gold nugget in these very trying times. It eases me to think that the problems we're facing may not be as alarming as they seem to be.
    It's also interesting to think that to it's core climate change MAY be just a trend and not really something that's scientifically valid to chase after. At least not with the intensity that we've been chasing it in the past decade or so.
    Seriously, thank you.
    I'm a engineering student currently that's been having a hard time figuring out what I'll do with my life. I have a bachelors on electronics engineering and I'm doing a masters on energy atm. I started it because I've been really driven by these apocaliptic views of climate change and I felt like I wanted to help solve the problem. It's ironic to say this because I've not been pursuing my studies effectively (failing a lot of classes) due to depression that just comes from this constant feeling of hopelessness, that no matter what I do "we're already doomed". So really, listening to this is very comforting and makes me want to just take my time so that I can contribute effectively to this issue in the long run.

  • NeoXenia
    NeoXenia Ай бұрын +8

    I'm 30 years old and I live in northern Norway. I have seen with my own eyes the treeline and vegetation creeping steadily upwards in elevation, drastic changes over my lifespan. Where my cabin is located at approximately 900 MASL there is now fully grown birch trees, where only 10 years ago there was at best small shrubs.
    All this reminds me of something my grandfather used to say; It's not global warming we should be worried about, it's global cooling. Temperatures during the later part of his life was substantially more comfortable than his early childhood. And the fact that there is now an abundance of firewood to fuel the wood stoves in many old people's homes is the saving factor for many during an unpresidented energy crisis.

    • Gladescat
      Gladescat 18 күн бұрын

      How many plants, insects, fish, and other animals can survive excessive heat?

    • adam wooldridge
      adam wooldridge 29 күн бұрын +2

      @Ivywood Records You didnt watch the video did you?
      If you did,you would find out that the equator regions have 'greened' more than any other region on earth..40% in the last 40 years or so!!
      But obviously this wouldnt fit your narrative

    • big boy
      big boy Ай бұрын

      Many more people die from cool than from heat.

    • Ivywood Records
      Ivywood Records Ай бұрын +3

      Dude just because northern Norway is getting more temperate doesn't mean the global outlook is as good. Stop looking 10 feet outside your door and then stopping. Things around the equator will deteriorate and then the "undesireables" will be at your doorstep, begging for a handout.
      And we know you Nordics dont want any ____ coming knocking so how bout you tighten up the shoelaces and start preparing like the rest of us.

  • William Arno
    William Arno 2 ай бұрын +4

    Dr. JP you keep your head held high sir and never let them put you down 🙂 it's there problems if they don't get it or maybe they just don't want to You just Keep yourself right / keep being you . Dr JP you have nothing to be sad or sorry about . Big Respect bro 👍🤟✌️ ❤️🌍

  • Northern Captain
    Northern Captain 2 ай бұрын +2

    One of the best presentations of a complex subject that I’ve ever seen.

  • Yan Hammond
    Yan Hammond Ай бұрын +1

    Thank you for what I found to be a refreshing discussion on some relevant topics andn look forward to more.

  • Rachelle (Ra-shell) Koon
    Rachelle (Ra-shell) Koon 17 күн бұрын

    Very educational. Thank you. I was a total follower of the "Uncomfortable Truth" but as I open my mind and eyes I have a new perspective and the more I learn the more annoyed I get for allowing myself to be duped.

  • Colton Simms
    Colton Simms 2 ай бұрын +563

    I know you will never read this, but your intellect, rationality, and sense of purpose has been the only thing that gives my life meaning for a few years now. I can't thank you enough

    • Lee Adrian
      Lee Adrian Ай бұрын

      May you be blessed by Christian Sermons and Audiobooks channel as well.

    • HumbleHalfAcre
      HumbleHalfAcre Ай бұрын

      @Dodie Odie OMG... you went overboard here.

    • Don Rose
      Don Rose 2 ай бұрын

      Trust in God (aka Ultimate Reality) all others are suspect.

  • RSNN Richard Snyder’s news network

    Professor I’m not one to comment, but I just have to say thank you for all that you have done. About four years ago, I discovered your videos. The first one was on suicide that video change my life. It may have saved my life. I’ve gone on to study your videos and realise that you have taken everything in these areas that I had this inklings, I didn’t build a bridge between them to make me realise that what I’m thinking was reality, thank you so much for your enlightening

    • Jeroen
      Jeroen Ай бұрын

      You have come from a dark place and that you didn't commit suicide is a sign of strength brother!
      I wish you all the best in life!

  • Scott Faucett
    Scott Faucett 25 күн бұрын

    You both are people I choose to respect.
    Thank you for being realistic 👍👍

  • Michael o'hair
    Michael o'hair Ай бұрын +3

    Love hearing koonin's lively intellect and manner. Thanks, Jordan.

  • Chris Ray
    Chris Ray 2 ай бұрын +1

    As always, a wonderful discussion.

  • David James
    David James Ай бұрын

    Thank you Dr. Peterson and Dr. Koonin. Your discussion, of a number of important topics, shed light on all of them, and your surprising honest analysis is so very well received. Thanks again.

  • Olivia Shaw
    Olivia Shaw 2 ай бұрын +272

    Dr. Peterson you make me proud to be Canadian, thank you for always keeping it real, your voice is most important in the world today. You inspire me to be my best self & I am eternally grateful for your influence. Love you like a father. 🥰

    • Ian Frazel
      Ian Frazel Ай бұрын

      @Thomas Jefferson yep, and he’s a boy king.

    • Thomas Jefferson
      Thomas Jefferson 2 ай бұрын

      Justin Trudeau is also a Canadian...

    • Roger Jamespaul
      Roger Jamespaul 2 ай бұрын +2

      In “Assessing ExxonMobil’s Global Warming Projections,” researchers from Harvard and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research show for the first time the accuracy of previously unreported forecasts created by company scientists from 1977 through 2003. The Harvard team discovered that Exxon researchers created a series of remarkably reliable models and analyses projecting global warming from carbon dioxide emissions over the coming decades. Specifically, Exxon projected that fossil fuel emissions would lead to 0.20 degrees Celsius of global warming per decade, with a margin of error of 0.04 degrees - a trend that has been proven largely accurate. 2023 Report.

  • Jordyn Halliwell
    Jordyn Halliwell Ай бұрын

    Thank you for this video Jordan, it was enlightening

  • kk
    kk 2 ай бұрын +2

    Not to devalue the great info Dr Koonin has shared; his oratory skill is another thing to admire. One of the best I've seen on here

    • Gladescat
      Gladescat 16 күн бұрын

      Koonin oratory skills remind me of Buddy Hackett.

  • Leonard Schroer
    Leonard Schroer Ай бұрын

    Thank you for this podcast it was very informative and satisfied I need of mine for greater knowledge in this area. Mr. Peterson never give up keep moving forward.

  • Frank DeVries
    Frank DeVries Ай бұрын +1

    Thank you both for an encouraging outlook.

  • Believe
    Believe 2 ай бұрын +2

    Incredible conversation! Very very informative!

  • Jason
    Jason 2 ай бұрын +157

    Thank you for all you do, Dr. Peterson. Your work has been helping me in so many ways over the last several years. You are a blessing to many of us. Please don't let them stop you!

    • Brian K
      Brian K 2 ай бұрын +1

      I had wondered what Bjorn, the ABBA guy, was up to these days.

    • Денис Соколов
      Денис Соколов 2 ай бұрын +1

      personal stupidity will complete everything by itself, and time will put everything in its place

  • Jennifer Weed
    Jennifer Weed Ай бұрын +2

    I, for one, am so proud of your Canadian status and your brain. Stay strong. Your needed!

  • Samoht
    Samoht 2 ай бұрын +1

    I am loving these climate discussions from people who actually know what they're talking about. Please keep it up!

  • RelaxedMuffin
    RelaxedMuffin Ай бұрын

    71!!! Jesus I hope I'm in as good shape at that age.
    Also, this was the most interesting conversation I have heard for long time. This content is absolute gold and I really appreciate it. More like this please.

  • Joyce Mcleod
    Joyce Mcleod Ай бұрын

    Thankyou for this conversation . So hopeful and informative

  • Steve Mew
    Steve Mew 2 ай бұрын +1

    A true pleasure to listen to as always. Jordan for PM.

  • John Conner
    John Conner 2 ай бұрын +156

    Very informative as always. Government should have public discussions like this before shoving anything like carbon footprint or electric cars on our face.

    • Roger Jamespaul
      Roger Jamespaul 2 ай бұрын +2

      In “Assessing ExxonMobil’s Global Warming Projections,” researchers from Harvard and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research show for the first time the accuracy of previously unreported forecasts created by company scientists from 1977 through 2003. The Harvard team discovered that Exxon researchers created a series of remarkably reliable models and analyses projecting global warming from carbon dioxide emissions over the coming decades. Specifically, Exxon projected that fossil fuel emissions would lead to 0.20 degrees Celsius of global warming per decade, with a margin of error of 0.04 degrees - a trend that has been proven largely accurate. 2023 Report.

    • Michael Eull
      Michael Eull 2 ай бұрын

      Do they not have public discussions? On the state and local level, every single thing the government does requires public input. And is anyone "shoving" electric cars in your faces? The free market is and has demanded electric vehicles for a long time.

    • Nerdy Ali
      Nerdy Ali 2 ай бұрын +1

      Why should government have public discussions between psychologists and people who write misleading books about subjects they aren't really expert in?

  • Rob S
    Rob S 2 ай бұрын +2

    Listening to you thunder away at the status quo gives me courage to believe that my voice is also having an effect. Your platform is much larger however i believe affecting change only requires a strong conviction based on good fundamental understanding of the challenges in front of us and begins as a grass roots movement . Thank you for helping define those challenges…

  • Back2Nature.Photography
    Back2Nature.Photography 2 ай бұрын +3

    Big Fan,love ❤️ your clarity and way of thinking, Keep strong Doctor,You are a great man,a shining light,and an anchor in this insane “New World”, Dont doubt yourself,You’re spot on,in all ways.They see you as a threat,so like a lion,stand roaring your truth and continue your Great Works 🙏 and thank you Sir,for being who you are,God Bless You

  • Stouzough
    Stouzough 26 күн бұрын

    That was a brilliant, eyes opening discussion

  • Steve T
    Steve T 2 ай бұрын +4

    Awesome podcast !
    Real information aswell as a reality check
    on a topic that needs to have more conversations based upon reason and transparency, hopefully exposing how much and just how often the narrative is manipulated and for what reasons.. (remember, ..there is very seldom one particular variable that can solve any issue..Dt. Peterson taught me that..thank you! )
    Peace, SteveT

  • Clint Mckindles
    Clint Mckindles Ай бұрын

    Thank you Jordan for your efforts in providing the world with the perspectives and knowledge. It’s bothersome that you’ve been through hell for your truly positive mission!
    You’re paving the way for something huge for humanity! Thank you

  • Edyta Tehrani
    Edyta Tehrani 2 ай бұрын +153

    The reason why the two of you can speak out without being completely canceled is that you spoke up after you already have had a long standing career as scientists and therefore credibility. And you both had other sources of income than in academia because of your previous academic accomplishments. If someone who doesn't have that speaks out, their career will be over and they will be back working at Tim Horton's for bare survival. So, thank you for using what you have and challenging the status quo, speaking out on behalf of all of us who cannot speak out without losing absolutely everything.

    • Janet White
      Janet White Ай бұрын

      @s clarkYou said a mouthful! A beautiful dissection, enjoyably worded. Id love to know you. Anyhow, cheers.

  • Aaron Bell
    Aaron Bell Ай бұрын +1

    That was excellent and very inspiring. Thank you very much and bravo!

  • Victoria Bernhard
    Victoria Bernhard Ай бұрын +1

    Thank you for all of this information of truth. I pray that scales be removed from people's eyes who are believing the lies of global warming and how we need the green new deal bs!

  • Martin gaughan
    Martin gaughan Ай бұрын

    Dr Paterson is one of the best and most intelligent talkers of my time and is brave to address these issues that are so important to the future generations

  • Everydaze Tuesday
    Everydaze Tuesday Ай бұрын +1

    love a "devil's advocate discussion"... i always find more clarity in this type of exploration. yet, when i am with my peers and engage from the devil's advocate perspective, they get angry at me.... maybe i need smarter eople to talk to.
    so thank you for putting this kind of in depth, reasoned exploration out into the public domain.

  • Del Milligan
    Del Milligan Ай бұрын

    At now 51yrs old , you are my hero ❤️ since the Covid’s happened you were my hope and helped me be a key line worker 😎 and history will see you & I correct , I am unvaccinated, that was MY CHOICE , thank you for making my choice informed ❤️

  • Aaron Mcneal
    Aaron Mcneal 2 ай бұрын +91

    As a person that's in the power industry for the last 25 years, I found this interview spot on. I really enjoyed the openness and honesty in this.

    • Teh SparX
      Teh SparX 2 ай бұрын +1

      Wowah, it's Mikhaila Peterson, Jordan's hot daughter... and she wants to chat directly on Telegram?! My good friend who happens to be a prince of Nigeria would love to see this!

    • Official247
      Official247 2 ай бұрын +1

      *Thanks for watching send a direct message right away I will love to hear your thoughts on it and for more enlightenment✅✅👍*

  • marij317
    marij317 23 күн бұрын

    Thank you!!! Nice to hear true facts!!!

  • Vivek Kaushik
    Vivek Kaushik 2 ай бұрын +5

    The quality of these episodes is top notch. 😘

  • Bass Japan Direct
    Bass Japan Direct Ай бұрын +1

    Very interesting interview, and thanks for trying to tackle it in a balanced way.
    From what I see there are valid points on both sides, but we really should not rush, as rushing into things can and actually is making things worse. For example what happened with Adern and her Solar Power farming strategy which was very poorly implemented.
    We need to move toward a cleaner energy source than oil and coal and we need to work at it diligently, but steadily without panic and creating mass psychosis and panic. My late uncle was a marine biologist who had studied the ice flows at the north pole and there are some disturbing problems with it, in that it is not only melting from above, but also below, and the melt rate is exponential. There is, afaik, evidence in ice-core studies, that we are indeed creating a lot of pollution since the industrial revolution, but it is not conclusive that that is what is accelerating the melt, the subsequent weather pattern and oceanic circulatory flows, and warming....but it would be sensible to air on the side of caution and try to re-dress the balance at any rat, before the planet just does it it's own way.
    There are many potential solutions, with Nuclear being probably the most feasible, but we do not know the long-term side effects of using these options for sure, because we don't know enough... just like with anything really, we are always on the learning curve. One thing that certainly is going to be detrimental is the loss of land to ocean in the coming decades and the resultant evacuation of masses further in land.
    In my personal opinion, we should move toward greener energy sources steadily, wean off of fossil fuels gradually, and start building better green architecture and infrastructure. This will create new industry jobs and a positive shift to a better balance. There are surely ways to do it that will benefit share holders, companies, and the job market greatly.
    The main issue in our world in general, is the stock market model allowing people to get rich from short term "solutions" and the pressure to perform well fiscally in order to please stake holders. Until we sort that out, I am afraid the short term gains will always win over the benefits of a long term solution.
    Either way, what ever we do, the planet will redress it's required balance accordingly, if that means culling us and our activities, that is what it will do. It is up to us to decide to work WITH the planet or work against it.

  • Suzie Rose my Life
    Suzie Rose my Life Ай бұрын

    WONDERFUL interview! Thank you! 🙏

    • P!nned by Steve Wallis
      P!nned by Steve Wallis Ай бұрын

      T͟h͟a͟n͟k͟s͟ ͟f͟o͟r͟ ͟w͟a͟t͟c͟h͟i͟n͟g͟ ͟
      ͟M͟e͟s͟s͟a͟g͟e͟ ͟m͟e͟ ͟o͟n͟ ͟W͟h͟a͟t͟s͟A͟p͟p͟✙͟➊➋⓿➊➎➏⓿➌➏➍➍

  • Brain Spice
    Brain Spice 2 ай бұрын +3

    What a wonderful interview and discussion. Thank you so much, Jordan and Steven, for everything that you have done and for what you stand for.

  • Tiago Coelho
    Tiago Coelho 2 ай бұрын +157

    Good to see you back Dr Peterson. You really helped me a lot when I was in a dark time of my life.

    • Darren Armitage
      Darren Armitage Ай бұрын

      @The Red Bone King cut and paste is the province of the lowest trolls. You act like a cheap troll, you get called a cheap troll.

    • The Red Bone King
      The Red Bone King Ай бұрын

      @Darren Armitage You feel the need to nag? Either spend your time on typing a constructive, insightful, thought provoking, post, or leave others alone that have. I have had many positive responses to this particular post and I feel people should be aware of this tactic, especially considering the number of people who we thought were on our side, turning out to be controlled opposition.
      Just stop nagging and be a man.

    • Darren Armitage
      Darren Armitage Ай бұрын

      @The Red Bone King you feel a need to repeat that?

  • Mohammad Joudivand
    Mohammad Joudivand 2 ай бұрын

    You and what you do are both gifts to the human kind Dr Peterson.
    Keep going please,

  • Screeach
    Screeach Ай бұрын

    Some of your lectures, discussions, and podcasts are the top of the top ... this is one of those! Ty4your work sir! :x

  • Thomas Schneider
    Thomas Schneider 2 ай бұрын +1

    Very accurate analysis of the climate discussion especially we have in Germany.

  • Tom More
    Tom More 2 ай бұрын

    Thank you Dr Koonin for this and for the links to your debates in the notes here. A great service and act of love.

  • Samu Caris
    Samu Caris 2 ай бұрын +4

    Man I admire you very much and you are a role model for me

  • DangerMouSe
    DangerMouSe 2 ай бұрын +64

    I've come to realize that there are 2 types of individuals among those who attempt to seek, speak & spread truthful concepts, honest impactful messages, etc...
    Those good people who do so in an open environment & those heroes who do so despite being in a hostile environment.
    Thanks for being a hero during this important historical time.

  • M Buchler
    M Buchler Ай бұрын

    Outstanding conversation--I learn so much every time I listen to Jordan Peterson and his guests.

  • C Johnson
    C Johnson Ай бұрын

    Thank you for bravely sharing your voice, and please never stop.

  • Les.
    Les. Ай бұрын

    Great discussion from two experts.

  • Erik Norberg
    Erik Norberg 2 ай бұрын +5

    Excellent interview. We need to hear from those who know... who has the whole picture!

  • Silvia Mc
    Silvia Mc 2 ай бұрын +1

    Great interview! Thank you!

  • Greg's Game Review
    Greg's Game Review 2 ай бұрын +73

    Keep standing strong, sir. We are behind you.

  • Gary Bowen
    Gary Bowen Ай бұрын

    I’m merely a regular U.S. citizen, I will buy this man’s book in addition to re-watching this discussion 😊 thank you so much gentleman!

    • P!nned by Steve Wallis
      P!nned by Steve Wallis Ай бұрын

      T͟h͟a͟n͟k͟s͟ ͟f͟o͟r͟ ͟w͟a͟t͟c͟h͟i͟n͟g͟!͟!͟!͟
      ͟E͟n͟d͟e͟a͟v͟o͟u͟r͟ ͟t͟o͟ ͟m͟e͟s͟s͟a͟g͟e͟ ͟o͟n͟ ͟W͟h͟a͟t͟s͟A͟p͟p͟✙͟➊➋⓿➊➎➏⓿➌➏➍➍💯͟💯͟✔͟️͟✔͟️͟

  • Elly Harris
    Elly Harris Ай бұрын

    I have such appreciation for Mr Peterson and now Mr Kooning, amoung others that this podcast has introduced me to. Thank you.

  • franksimonds04
    franksimonds04 Ай бұрын +2

    These sessions are reminiscent of graduate-level courses from my college days. Thank you for providing such relevant intellectual material.

  • Charlie Williams
    Charlie Williams Ай бұрын

    Excellent discussion gents!

  • A. Azazagoth
    A. Azazagoth Ай бұрын

    A man like Dr. Peterson can’t be canceled. Those that try will have millions of people to answer to.

  • magik9637
    magik9637 2 ай бұрын +56

    I've been working through the climate change claims with my 9 year old primarily to ensure that he understands that the world is not going to end. But it is also a great opportunity to cover mathematics, physics, geology, modelling, politics, energy etc. He really loves the conversation and he has no anxiety despite what the school says. He also asks really good questions which we work through together developing his and my critial thinking skills (I have also been greatly helped in this regard by Peter Boghossian). This video is great as it explains all the key issues in such a simple way that I think even a 9 year old can understand.

    • Stephen Collins
      Stephen Collins Ай бұрын

      @magik9637 it's nonsense

    • RelaxedMuffin
      RelaxedMuffin Ай бұрын +2

      Get them to have a look around at the trees and animals in your home area.
      Then go for a drive for a few hours in the direction of the equator to somewhere that due to location is probably 1.5⁰C hotter than average than your home area, get them to have a look at the trees, animals, etc.
      It's all still alive.
      And good to have an actual personal experience iof what 1.5 ⁰C temperature difference looks and feels like.
      Which = not much difference

    • Lee Adrian
      Lee Adrian Ай бұрын +2

      You're a blessed parent.

  • Angelo Castiglione
    Angelo Castiglione 2 ай бұрын +2

    Another outstanding discussion. Thank you very much for these interviews 🙏
    I would love to see a "debate" with Dr Koonin and Greta, including any 5 of her WEF sponsored friends!
    It would be so good to see her being diposed of, once and for all and never hear a peep again! 😁

    • Angelo Castiglione
      Angelo Castiglione 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Marge Roehrbach Yeah, I saw that. So pathetic! They all are! But their time is running out! 🔥🔥🔥

    • Anthony Morris
      Anthony Morris 2 ай бұрын

      @Marge Roehrbach She is coming out with a new book. She self identifies as Marxist. Her book will obviously be filled with Marxist rhetoric but unfortunately, she is an influential voice, and this book is going to cause a lot of damage to Western ideals and values.

    • Marge Roehrbach
      Marge Roehrbach 2 ай бұрын +1

      I just saw an interview with greta. She giggled mostly. Threw some weird comments, like she has 100 private jets. Stuff like that.

    • Angelo Castiglione
      Angelo Castiglione 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Anthony Morris Yeah man! She's got no substance. Just a robot!

  • Henrik Segercrantz
    Henrik Segercrantz 2 ай бұрын +1

    Excellent interview. Thank you. A small piece of advice would be to at some occasions leave a little more time to the other person to let his message get through. Perhaps a solution would be not to include that many sub-topics (or questions to be brought up) per interview. Anyhow excellent stuff. Will forward on KZclip.

  • Liberty or Death
    Liberty or Death 2 ай бұрын +1

    Dr. Peterson, please know that we pray for you daily!! You are this vets hero. You fight a battle that is more important than any war ever fought. Fight the good fight, we love and support you my brother in arms!!!

  • David Bourke
    David Bourke Ай бұрын

    Thank you both for this, I find millionaire elites totally unconvincing for obvious reasons. This is why free and open debate is critical to the well being of humanity. Is the term "settled science" an oxymoron ?

  • David Barr
    David Barr Ай бұрын

    An excellent interview Dr. Peterson!!

    • P!nned by Steve Wallis
      P!nned by Steve Wallis Ай бұрын

      T͟h͟a͟n͟k͟s͟ ͟f͟o͟r͟ ͟w͟a͟t͟c͟h͟i͟n͟g͟!͟!͟!͟
      ͟C͟o͟n͟t͟a͟c͟t͟ ͟m͟e͟ ͟o͟n͟

  • Sam Kakc
    Sam Kakc 2 ай бұрын +98

    The level of compassion these two gentlemen exudes is just heartwarming.

    • False Progress
      False Progress Ай бұрын

      Compassion for who or what? Denying that a heat trapping gas simply obeys the laws of physics and doesn't care about us is dumb, not heartwarming.

    • Sam Kakc
      Sam Kakc 2 ай бұрын

      @jonno99 you got me brother.

    • grindupBaker
      grindupBaker 2 ай бұрын

      @samksharma4109 LOL. Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit, I like it.

  • Todd McCallister
    Todd McCallister Ай бұрын

    Dr. Peterson, your words of wisdom have brought me comfort. The topics discussed in this video are so thought provoking and true. Please keep up the great work sir.

  • Clifford
    Clifford 2 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you Jordan for articulating my own views so clearly.

  • Gooner CestLaVie
    Gooner CestLaVie 2 ай бұрын

    Bonne interview informelle intéressante avec des pensées sages, de la vérité, des bons points.

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  • Gabrielle Angel Lilly
    Gabrielle Angel Lilly 2 ай бұрын +1

    We humans are part of nature, and absolutely are having an effect. Also, we are super adaptable. It makes the most sense to me to work from hope and love, not fear and disconnection. My mission is wellness, my aim is towards 'better'. Let's GROW!

  • Cosmology, Philosophy and Pharmacology

    This series of interviews on climate is excellent, Jordan! I was very interested recently in this topic, and coincidentally you interviewed these guys.

    • Destiny Mayberry
      Destiny Mayberry 2 ай бұрын +2

      I'll say he must be following our curiosities with the mainstream on the same level most of us do. I'd say that's why he always seems to be on the topic of interest.

  • Brian Arnoldussen
    Brian Arnoldussen 2 ай бұрын +1

    Jordan, saw you in Milwaukee last year. Was a dream come true. I remember saying to the person I was with, that if there were protestors outside of the venue and you were in danger, I would literally give my life to make sure you got out of there safe. Fortunately there wasn’t a need. 😌

  • Ethan Arborist
    Ethan Arborist 2 ай бұрын

    Over the past 2 months JP has become dramatically more deferent in these interviews, to the benefit of these interviews!!!
    Great job JP. We know you are leaving a lot unsaid, but it's better it comes from them in their way. Your questions are becoming better and better at extracting reality with fewer words. For all of us to benefit from!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • John Madden
    John Madden 7 күн бұрын

    The only depressing thing about Jordan's interviews/podcasts is the fact that I am now increasingly aware of the massively huge amount of knowledge that I have yet to learn compared to the microscopic amount that I am aware of. (I used to think that I was comparatively well informed, apparently not).