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This review is from: Slaying the Sky Dragon - Death of the Greenhouse Gas Theory (Paperback)
Alarmist, sceptic or agnostic; this is essential reading if you wish to get a handle on the Climate Debate. It does what the scientific community is supposed to do. Namely challenge theory and hypothesis and look for solid evidence.
The validity of the challenges presented rises above the inevitable fact that it will be denigrated as 'biassed'; but that is a statistical word, invalid in true scientific debate. It does, however, challenge the the way 'bias' has infected the debate and muddied the waters.
The eight emminent contributers each have their different styles and the text ranges from the conceptually simple to mathematical complexity; so there is something for all.
The message however is clear: If you tell a computer that the earth is a flat disc, then be wary about how it predicts the future.
Those with some knowledge of thermodynamics will also recognise the trappings of the 'perpetual motion machine' wrapped up in the IPCC logic.
Best read this book; for your future energy bill depends on it!
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Initial post: 15 Mar 2013 14:51:37 GMT
So in what fields are those "emminent contributers" (sic) considered eminent? I am an expert in thermodynamics of the climate system and wouldn't mind learning how the IPCC logic depends on perpetual motion machines - it sounds truly fascinating. I think that a basic physics book and good book on basic atmospheric science would be somewhat more essential reading rather than this ridiculous bit of uninformed (indeed, none of the "eminent" contributors apparently have studied atmospheric physics to any significant degree) propaganda.
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