Nobel Prize laureate John Clauser, known for his contributions to quantum mechanics, has recently garnered attention for challenging current climate models. Clauser, who received the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics, holds degrees from Caltech and Columbia University and has worked at prestigious institutions such as Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of California, Berkeley. He is among over 1,600 professionals who signed the World Climate Declaration organized by Climate Intelligence (CLINTEL), which asserts that there is no “climate emergency” and questions the conclusiveness of climate change science. The declaration also highlights the limitations of current climate models, particularly their overemphasis on greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide (CO2). Clauser believes that these models fail to account for the crucial role of clouds in the climate system. He argues that clouds have a significant impact on Earth’s temperature, acting as a “cloud-sunlight-reflectivity thermostat” that regulates and stabilizes the climate. Clauser emphasizes that current climate models ignore the variability in cloud cover and inaccurately assume constant albedo, the fraction of reflected sunlight. He believes that his research on cloud dynamics provides the missing piece of the puzzle in understanding climate change. Clauser criticizes the reliance on incomplete and inaccurate science in climate change discussions and suggests that the narrative around climate change has been shaped by political agendas. He asserts that the term “climate change” is a form of dishonest disinformation and questions the scientific basis for claims of an impending climate crisis.