Unstoppable Global Warming

Every 1,500 Years

Author: Siegfried Fred Singer,Dennis T. Avery

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: 9780742551176

Category: Science

Page: 260

View: 2139

Supported by in-depth scientific evidence, Singer and Avery present the compelling concept that global temperatures have been rising mostly or entirely because of a natural cycle. Unstoppable Global Warming explains why we're warming, why it's not very dangerous, and why we can't stop it anyway.
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Climate, History and the Modern World

Author: Hubert H. Lamb

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134798393

Category: Science

Page: 464

View: 1368

We live in a world that is increasingly vulnerable to climatic shocks - affecting agriculture and industry, government and international trade, not to mention human health and happiness. Serious anxieties have been aroused by respected scientists warning of dire perils that could result from upsets of the climatic regime. In this internationally acclaimed book, Emeritus Professor Hubert Lamb examines what we know about climate, how the past record of climate can be reconstructed, the causes of climatic variation, and its impact on human affairs now and in the historical and prehistoric past. This 2nd Edition includes a new preface and postscript reviewing the wealth of literature to emerge in recent years, and discusses implications for a deeper understanding of the problems of future climatic fluctuations and forecasting.
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Unstoppable Global Warming

Every 1,500 Years

Author: Fred Singer,Fred S. Singer,Dennis Avery

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: 0742599922

Category: Science

Page: 264

View: 806

Supported by in-depth scientific evidence, Singer and Avery present the compelling concept that global temperatures have been rising mostly or entirely because of a natural cycle. Unstoppable Global Warming explains why we're warming, why it's not very dangerous, and why we can't stop it anyway.
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Hot talk, cold science

global warming's unfinished debate

Author: S. Fred Singer

Publisher: Independent Institute


Category: Science

Page: 120

View: 5868

Are the often alarming claims about global warming based on science and justified by the facts? Is the human race really facing a major crisis due to emissions from fossil fuels? Would the proposed Climate Treaty solve a real environmental threat or would it create worldwide economic and social harm? S. Fred Singer is a distinguished astrophysicist who has taken a hard, scientific look at the evidence. In this new book, Dr. Singer explores the inaccuracies in historical climate data, the limitations of attempting to model climate on computers, solar variability and its impact on climate, the effects of clouds, ocean currents, and sea levels on global climate, and factors that could mitigate any human impacts on world climate. Singer’s masterful analysis decisively shows that the pessimistic, and often alarming, global warming scenarios depicted in the media have no scientific basis. In fact, he finds that many aspects of any global warming, such as a longer growing season for food and a reduced need to use fossil fuels for heating, would actually have a positive impact on the human race. Further, Singer notes how many proposed “solutions” to the global warming “crisis” (like “carbon” taxes) would have severe consequences for economically disadvantaged groups and nations. According to Arthur C. Clarke, author of 2001: A Space Odyssey, Hot Talk, Cold Science dares to point out that ‘the Emperor has no clothes.’ Is there evidence to suggest discernible human influence on global climate? Of great interest, this book demonstrates that, at best, the evidence is sketchy and incomplete. Hot Talk, Cold Science is essential reading for anyone who wants to be fully informed about the global warming debate.
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The Really Inconvenient Truths

Seven Environmental Catastrophes Liberals Don't Want You to Know About- Because They Helped Cause Them

Author: Iain Murray

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1596980621

Category: Political Science

Page: 354

View: 4100

Al Gore is bad for the planet... Talk about really inconvenient truths--that's one of the many you'll find in Iain Murray's rollicking exposé of environmental blowhards who waste more energy, endanger more species, and actually kill more people (yes, that's right) than the environmental villains they finger. Did you know that estrogen from birth control and "morning after" pills is causing male fish across America to develop female sex organs? Funny how "pro-choice" and "environmentalist" liberals never talk about that. Or how about this: the Live Earth concert to "save the planet" released more CO2 into the atmosphere than a fleet of 2,000 Humvees emit in a year? We hear a lot about AIDS in Africa, but the number one killer of children in much of Africa is malaria--and guess who was responsible for banning the pesticide that used to have malaria under control? Iain Murray, a sprightly conservative environmental analyst with a long record of skewering liberal hypocrisy, has dug up seven of the all-time great environmental catastrophes caused by the Left and exposed them in The Really Inconvenient Truths.
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Climate Change: Examining the Facts

Examining the Facts

Author: Daniel Bedford,John Cook

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 1440835691

Category: Nature

Page: 214

View: 5544

Climate change is one of the most controversial and misunderstood issues of the 21st century. This book provides a clear understanding of the issue by presenting scientific facts to refute falsehoods and misinformation—and to confirm the validity of other assertions. • Provides a broad overview of the subject of climate change that is specifically written to be accessible and interesting for senior high school or introductory college-level audiences • Presents a comprehensive explanation of the science of climate change that directly addresses widely held misconceptions head-on—a strategy that has been demonstrated in education research to be more effective in dispelling myths and advancing student learning than straight fact-based teaching • Focuses on providing quantifiable, evidence-based information on climate change—and acknowleding instances when conflicting data exists—from the most reputable and qualified sources
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Global Warming False Alarm

The Bad Science Behind the United Nations' Assertion That Man-Made CO2 Causes Global Warming

Author: Ralph B. Alexander

Publisher: Canterbury Publishing

ISBN: 9780984098910

Category: Science

Page: 226

View: 1374

This revised edition of Ralph Alexander's 2009 book features approximately 50% new or updated material, including an expanded chapter on alternative explanations to CO2 as the main source of global warming. Newly added sections in the 2nd edition cover temperature tampering by the three major custodians of the world's temperature data, so as to exaggerate the global warming rate; the Climategate scandal; the use of peer review as an alarmist weapon; the neglected influence of the sun on our climate, including the amplification of solar activity by the oceans; heat that is suppposedly hiding in the deep ocean, but can't be found; and more. The new book also describes how the UN's IPCC and other alarmists manipulate climate data, discusses the lack of warming for more than a decade - about which alarmists are in denial, and explains the folly of carbon pricing schemes for regulating CO2. Finally, the author reflects on the reasons that so many people erroneously believe recent climate change comes from human activity, when there's ample evidence to the contrary.
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Energy in a Changing Climate

Author: Martin Nicholson

Publisher: Rosenberg Publishing

ISBN: 1921719354

Category: Electronic books

Page: 233

View: 1203

There have been few books which put the conflicts into the broadest perspective, and even fewer that also include in their narrative descriptions of the numerous wars and conflicts on the Northwest Frontier as well as Afghanistan. This book includes information on all such wars in Afghanistan, not just those involving British armies, and also describes their background. For the past four years Kevin Baker has been Lecturer and now Visiting Fellow at the Australian Defence Force Academy (UNSW at ADFA).
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Is The Truth Out There?

Author: Darrick Dean

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1435742451

Category: Critical thinking

Page: 189

View: 985

Does truth change? How can we determine fact from fiction? Travel through history and science, religion and the mind, as we search to make sense of the world around us.
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Climate of Uncertainty

A Balanced Look at Global Warming and Renewable Energy

Author: William Stewart

Publisher: Ocean Pub

ISBN: 9780976729167

Category: Nature

Page: 181

View: 4937

"Examines the major questions of today: global warming, renewable energy, expanding populations, and sustainability. Without taking sides, presents factual information in a clear and accessible manner"--Provided by publisher.
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The New Climate Science that Changes Everything

Author: Patrick J. Michaels,Paul C. Knappenberger

Publisher: Cato Institute

ISBN: 1944424040

Category: Science

Page: 250

View: 9702

In Lukewarming, two environmental scientists explain the science and spin behind the headlines and come to a provocative conclusion: climate change is real, and partially man-made, but it is becoming obvious that far more warming has been forecast than will occur, with some of the catastrophic impacts implausible or impossible. Global warming is more lukewarm than hot. This fresh analysis is an invaluable source for those looking to be more informed about global warming and the data behind it.
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Don't Sell Your Coat

Surprising Truths about Climate Change

Author: Harold Ambler

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780615569048

Category: Science

Page: 272

View: 6204

Not very long ago, scientists, politicians, and journalists were seemingly unanimous: Global warming had already damaged nature, and things were only going to get worse. Snow was rapidly becoming a thing of the past; summers were becoming hotter; storms were becoming more violent; droughts and floods were becoming more intense. This was a nightmare. In the end, though, little of this was true. And the whole idea of climate change was based on a lie: that weather and climate used to be nice. They weren't. As for our own time, snow cover is increasing; summertime heating is negligible; hurricanes are diminishing; droughts and floods both used to be worse. The real nightmare is the politics suffusing modern climate science and the effects this is having on every resident of planet Earth. Don't Sell Your Coat, besides bearing a suggestion for its readers, brings to the public the scientific argument that global cooling is as likely a scenario for the next few decades as any of the nightmares of Al Gore. It also allows non-scientists to enter the debate about climate change armed with facts and to have a sense of humor while they do so.
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The End of the Certain World

The Life and Science of Max Born : the Nobel Physicist who Ignited the Quantum Revolution

Author: Nancy Thorndike Greenspan

Publisher: N.A


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 374

View: 5769

A biography of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Max Born reveals the great scientist's struggle with morality, politics, war, and obscurity and reassesses his contributions to the world of twentieth-century physics and science. 20,000 first printing..
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The Social Contract

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A


Category: Emigration and immigration

Page: N.A

View: 749

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Implications of Modern Decision Science for Military Decision-support Systems

Author: Paul K. Davis,Jonathan Kulick,Michael Egner

Publisher: Rand Corporation

ISBN: 0833038087

Category: History

Page: 156

View: 1190

Annotation This monograph was prepared at the request of the United States Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). The Laboratory requested a report on modern decision science that would aid in its planning of research. The resulting monograph is a selective review touching on a wide range of topics that we believe are of particular significance and relevant to the development of decision support systems. Most of the monograph is broadly applicable.
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Author: Michael L. Bender

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 1400846374

Category: Science

Page: 168

View: 9788

Earth's climate has undergone dramatic changes over the geologic timescale. At one extreme, Earth has been glaciated from the poles to the equator for periods that may have lasted millions of years. At another, temperatures were once so warm that the Canadian Arctic was heavily forested and large dinosaurs lived on Antarctica. Paleoclimatology is the study of such changes and their causes. Studying Earth's long-term climate history gives scientists vital clues about anthropogenic global warming and how climate is affected by human endeavor. In this book, Michael Bender, an internationally recognized authority on paleoclimate, provides a concise, comprehensive, and sophisticated introduction to the subject. After briefly describing the major periods in Earth history to provide geologic context, he discusses controls on climate and how the record of past climate is determined. The heart of the book then proceeds chronologically, introducing the history of climate changes over millions of years--its patterns and major transitions, and why average global temperature has varied so much. The book ends with a discussion of the Holocene (the past 10,000 years) and by putting manmade climate change in the context of paleoclimate. The most up-to-date overview on the subject, Paleoclimate provides an ideal introduction to undergraduates, nonspecialist scientists, and general readers with a scientific background.
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