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Earth (and AGW) shattering stuff !,
This review is from: Slaying the Sky Dragon - Death of the Greenhouse Gas Theory (Kindle Edition)
I agree with Derek.
The book sets out, chapter by chapter the reasons why the theory of AGW is not only incorrect, but cannot possibly be correct.
The co-authors have impeccable scientific credentials, and spare none of their expertise in demolishing accepting notions of climate systems.
The fraudulent methods and assumptions of the IPCC are comprehensively exposed, and replaced with proper science, not speculative junk science that underpins AGW models.
Some of the last chapters are unintelligible if you don't have a good grasp of advanced maths (I certainly don't) but this doesn't detract from the fact that over 90% of the book will be understood by most people who care to know the truth.
The fallacies of the AGW brigade are shot down using real life examples, not computer models relied on so much by the IPCC.
PLease read this book, tell your friends about it, and together we may be able to stop the insane'carbon reduction' schemes currently in operation or being planned.
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Initial post: 14 Jun 2011 22:08:16 BDT
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"Truthseeker" assures us that, "the co-authors have impeccable scientific credentials." If you're seeking the truth, unlike our reviewer "Truthseeker," this book is not the place to look.
I've checked the so-called "impeccable" academic and professional credentials of two of the co-authors so far, and here is what I found:
Timothy Ball claims to have been the first person in Canada to earn a PhD in Climatology, that he was a professor of climatology at the University of Winnipeg for 32 years, and that he received the prestigious "Doctors of Science" title in the U.K. He was not awarded a Doctors of Science. He was professor for only 8 years -- not 32. And he did not receive a PhD in Climatology. His PhD was in Geography.
As for co-author John O'Sullivan, who claims to be a science writer with more than 150 major articles published around the world including in Forbes magazine and National Review, as well as an attorney and member of the American Bar Association, his claims are even more "peccable." He is not a member of the American Bar Association. I've not be able to check out his so-called law degree because he refuses to say from where and when he earned one. He never wrote for Forbes and National Review. Indeed, when he provided links to two articles in National Review he claimed to have authored, they turned out to have been written by John O'Sullivan alright, but not the global warming denier. They were written by National Review's well-known editor-at-large, John O'Sullivan.
Impeccable science credentials my pseudopod!
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