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CO2 is not the problem - politics in climate science is.
on 24 January 2017
Chris Brooker's expose of the charade of the near-compulsory belief in man-made climate change was discredited due to certain errors, but the underlying message was accurate enough. Tim Ball's book comes from one of the dissenting scientists, and although not very well written it is essential reading for anyone who had doubts about the origins and veracity of the IPCC-led global belief in man's destruction of the climate via CO2 emissions. It does take some patience to get through the repetition, but stick with him and the case he makes becomes clearer and clearer. (The illustrations are unfortunately pretty useless viewed in Kindle-print).
It is clearly high time the "deniers" - which include a lot of scientists unable to get jobs in weather and climate-associated research without signing up to what their craft principles and consciences tell them is phoney science - were taken seriously. It has cost every citizen of every country which has bought into the IPCC campaign billions of whatever currency they use, with no proper justification. It is also clear that it would cost billions more to create climate models which can pass proper scientific tests, by having all the data, for a start, rather than just the bits which enable one model to "prove" what the authors want.