'Climate change activist Greta Thunberg has been named one of the ten most influential people in science in 2019 by the journal Nature.
The 16 year old has been named alongside a neurologist who brought pig brains back to life and a palaeontologist who shook up humanity's family tree.
The prestigious British science journal, which celebrated its 150th anniversary this year, says the Swedish campaigner 'channelled the rage of a generation'.
She had outshone scientists who couldn't 'galvanise global attention' the way she did and many are cheering her along, according to Nature.
The ten most influential list also includes a physicist building quantum computers, a biologist editing genes in adult humans and a microbiologist fighting Ebola.
Nature says Thunberg is on the list due to the way she is able to focus attention on how nations’ weak efforts to slow global warming are threatening the planet — and generations to come.
'Some may wonder why a teenage girl should get more credit and attention for publicly lamenting a well known dilemma than most climate researchers get for years of hard work and effort', said Climate scientist Professor Sonia Seneviratne.
'She is candid and her outrage unvarnished - and that is a powerful cocktail'.
Last week Thunberg appeared on the front cover of Time magazine after being named their 'person of the year for 2019'.'
Read more: More blatant propaganda madness - Thunberg named one of the top ten most influential people in science in 2019 for 'channelling the rage of a generation' (channelling the script of the Climate Cult)
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