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The Mythology Of Global Warming

Author : Ph. D. Bruce Bunker
ISBN : 1945181478
Genre : Political Science
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WANT ACCESS TO SOLID SCIENTIFIC FACTS REFUTING THE INCESSANT MEDIA HYPE SURROUNDING CLIMATE CHANGE? THEN THE MYTHOLOGY OF GLOBAL WARMING IS FOR YOU! The Mythology of Global Warming is intended to provide the general public with a broad spectrum of scientific and factual information on the subject of Climate Change. This book debunks the incessant, emotional, and largely unsubstantiated claims made by the progressive media and climate scientists that industrial societies such as the United States are destroying our planet due to the use of fossil fuels. What causes global warming? What is a greenhouse gas? What impact do carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels actually have on the Earth's climate relative to naturally occurring phenomena? Is all ice on Earth really melting, and are sea levels rising at a catastrophic rate? Are all forms of extreme weather, including hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, and droughts increasing dramatically? Are polar bears and other life forms being pushed to the brink of extinction? Will all of this mayhem cease if fossil fuels are replaced by 'green' renewable energy sources? Answers to these questions clearly show that hard facts do not support any of the above dire predictions. The science of global warming is indeed 'settled'; Global Warming is a myth. ..".Global warming proponents can't prove that man is destroying the planet due to global warming, but Dr. Bunker can prove that we are not. He packs a lot of punch in this small package. Read it, and arm yourself for the great debate."---Phil Valentine, nationally syndicated talk show host of the Phil Valentine Show on Westwood One "In the past 20 years I have reviewed two dozen books dealing with Anthropomorphic Global Warming. There has not been nor ever will be a more comprehensive and understandable book on this subject which is to critical to the entire world's population."--Jay Lehr, Ph.D. Science Director, The Heartland Institute "This is a scholarly work written by a true scientist, yet in a way that makes the topic still accessible to the average person interested in understanding both the science and also the politics of global warming. Highly recommended."--Dr. Jennifer Marohasy, Senior Fellow, Australia's Institute of Public Affairs, co-author of "Climate Change: The Facts, 2014" "Unlike so many others, Dr. Bunker's book is so much more than a supposition wrapped up in a pretty bow of meaningless numbers. If you've been waiting for a book that gives actual facts in an easily checked form, you've found it."--G. Dedrick Robinson Ph.D., co-author of Global Warming: Alarmists, Skeptics & Deniers. "A timely and well researched book not only for the thoughtful engaged reader, but also for the general public. The book is up-to-date and deals honestly with continuing controversies and uncertainties."--Dr. Sonja A. Boehmer-Christiansen, Department of Geography, Hull University, Former Editor, Energy & Environment.

The Mythology Of Global Warming

Author : Bruce C. Bunker
ISBN : OCLC:1144552266
Genre : Climatic changes
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The mythology of global warming is intended to provide the general public with scientific and factual information regarding human-induced global warming. Facts are drawn from disciplines including: geology, chemistry, biology, astronomy, meteorology, history, and government records. This book shows that contrary to the 'fake news' that people are barraged with every day, hard facts indicate that human-induced global warming does not pose significant threat to the Earth or its inhabitants.

The Global Warming Mythology

Author : Yitzhak Salomon
ISBN : 1088587321
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In a marketplace of ideas that is supposed to be based on tolerance and respect for others' beliefs, one firmly held conviction you are apparently not allowed to posit is that Global Warming isn't real. So ubiquitous is the belief in human-induced Global Warming that to speak so much as a syllable against it is to open oneself up to hostility and ridicule. Climate Change "deniers" in our society are derided as primitive cave dwellers and boors with no business participating in the marketplace of ideas. "Climate change is science!"... so goes the liberal mantra. And you had better believe it, or else... In future generations, historians will definitely wonder how deeply flawed logic - obscured by shrewd ideologues and reinforced with unrelenting propaganda - actually enabled a coalition of powerful special interests to convince nearly everyone in the world that carbon dioxide from human industry was a dangerous, planet destroying toxin. It will be remembered as the greatest mass delusion in the history of humanity - that carbon dioxide, the life of plants, was considered for a time to be a cataclysmic deadly poison. This book will arm you with all you need to know to refute anything and everything the Global Warming alarmists throw at you.

Global Warming Myth Or Reality?

Author : Marcel Leroux
ISBN : 354023909X
Genre : Nature
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This book seeks to separate fact from fiction in the global-warming debate. The author begins by describing the history of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and many other conferences, and their dire predictions on global temperatures, rainfall, weather and climate, while highlighting confusion and sensationalism media reports. He then lays out the "heretical" scientific case of the sizable skeptical scientific community who challenge the accepted wisdom.

Climate Change For Beginners

Author : Dean Goodwin
ISBN : 9781939994691
Genre : Science
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Year after year science continually proves that global climate change is real. But what does it all really mean and what can or should we do about it? Climate Change For Beginners is a clear, fluid narrative by a leading scientist and educator who takes a scrupulously balanced approach in explaining the history of global climate monitoring and change, and the whos, hows, whats, whens, wheres and whys of the interaction between human activity and recent trends in the Earth’s climate. Working from the premise that no one can do everything, but everyone can do something, Dean Goodwin challenges readers with experiments they can conduct to gain a better understanding of the science underlying the problems facing our planet and concludes with a list of 50 easy actions readers can choose from to start doing their part in the effort to slow or stop global warming. Replaces previous edition, ISBN 9781934389430.

Technologies And Strategies For Addressing Global Warming

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science, Space, and Technology
ISBN : MINN:31951P00736471F
Genre : Atmospheric carbon dioxide
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Global Warming And Climate Change

Author : Maria Taylor
ISBN : 9781925021912
Genre : History
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1988: coming to grips with a terrifying global experiment The Toronto conference statement made it clear that climate change would affect everyone. It called greenhouse gas atmospheric pollution an ‘uncontrolled, globally pervasive experiment whose ultimate consequences could be second only to nuclear war’. World governments were urged to swiftly develop emission reduction targets (The changing atmosphere: implications for global security, 1988). Relevant to both Australian and overseas audiences, here is the untold story of how Australia buried its knowledge on climate change science and response options during the 1990s — going from clarity to confusion and doubt after arguably leading the world in citizen understanding and a political will to act in the late 1980s. ‘What happened and why’ is a fascinating exploration drawing on the public record of how a society revised its good understanding on a critical issue affecting every citizen. It happened through political and media communication, regardless of international scientific assessments that have remained consistent in ascribing causes and risks since 1990. How could this happen? The author examines the major influences, with lessons for the present, on how the story was reframed. Key have been values and beliefs, including economic beliefs, that trumped the science, the ability of changing political leaders and the mass media to set the story for the public, as well as the role of scientists’ own communication over time and the use and misuse of uncertainty.

Roots In Universal History

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Global Warming

Author : Bharat Raj Singh
ISBN : 9789535107552
Genre : Science
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Global Warming has become perhaps the most complicated issue being faced by world leaders. Thus, it requires field of attention for many modern societies, power and energy engineers, academicians, researchers and stakeholders. The so-called consensus in the past century anthropogenically induced Global Warming, has recently been disputed by rising number of climate change panelists. Whatever the uncertainties of climate models are, mankind has to strive towards reduction in the amount of greenhouse gases emitted into the atmosphere in order to preserve natural resources and living organisms by introducing new advances on alternative fuels and other related technologies. This book presents the state-of-the-science fundamentals on the origin of Global Warming and other related technologies that can be implemented to reduce human impact as well as to present novel policies that world leader should adopt. In this book, chapters received from various authors are placed in three sub- sections in a sequential and easy manner so as to strive an appropriate balance between breadth and depth of coverage of various topics.

This Borrowed Earth

Author : Robert Emmet Hernan
ISBN : 0230105270
Genre : Science
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Over the last century mankind has irrevocably damaged the environment through the unscrupulous greed of big business and our own willful ignorance. Here are the strikingly poignant accounts of disasters whose names live in infamy: Chernobyl, Bhopal, Exxon Valdez, Three Mile Island, Love Canal, Minamata and others. And with these, the extraordinary and inspirational stories of the countless men and women who fought bravely to protect the communities and environments at risk.

The Constant Fire

Author : Adam Frank
ISBN : 9780520265868
Genre : Science
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Looks at the shared connections between science and religion, citing the great scholars of philosophy, mythology, and religion.

Love In The Time Of Global Warming

Author : Francesca Lia Block
ISBN : 9780805099027
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Seventeen-year-old Penelope (Pen) has lost everything—her home, her parents, and her ten-year-old brother. Like a female Odysseus in search of home, she navigates a dark world full of strange creatures, gathers companions and loses them, finds love and loses it, and faces her mortal enemy. In her signature style, Francesca Lia Block has created a world that is beautiful in its destruction and as frightening as it is lovely. At the helm of Love in the Time of Global Warming is Pen, a strong heroine who holds hope and love in her hands and refuses to be defeated.


Author : Charlotte Montague
ISBN : 9781908698100
Genre : History
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Over 50 per cent of Americans and over one third of British people believe that we all have a guardian angel that protects us throughout our lives. More people believe in these divine bodyguards than in global warming. It is truly astonishing how many spiritually aware people have seen or sensed an angel’s presence at a time of contemplation or hardship. Angels have been protecting us for centuries. This book explores the cultural origins of the heavenly messengers that guide and heal every one of us and reveals compelling real-life encounters with angels. The result is a fascinating insight into the world of angels and their everyday presence among us. Contents: Angels through the ages, angels in Christianity, Judaism, Islam and Kabbalism. Angel links with black magic, occultism and ancient astrology. Paganism. Angel healers: what your angel can do for you. Angel encounters: real-life stories from people around the world.


Author : Christian Gerondeau
ISBN : STANFORD:36105215496097
Genre : Business & Economics
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An internationally renowned engineer exposes the fantasy world of global warming economics, and debunks the mythology of carbon-dioxide damage. Gerondeau demonstrates the absurdity of the counter-measures to which the G8 countries are now committed. These complex and formidably expensive measures: will be nullified by the actions of China and India, where such restrictions are economically and politically unfeasible will have no discernible effect on the carbon-dioxide in the atmosphere and climate change make no sense in the light of the impending exhaustion of hydro-carbon sources within the coming century will come to be viewed as a scarcely credible response to a global delusion amid harmless shifts in climate. Having sold over 10,000 copies in France, under the title CO2 Un Mythe Planétaire, the book has been brought fully up to date for the English edition. The endorsements of Nigel Lawson and Valéry Giscard d Estaing speak volumes for the authority of this work.

Challenging Environmental Mythology

Author : J. W. Dini
ISBN : UOM:39015060034611
Genre : Environmentalism
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"The greatest enemy of the truth is persistent, persuasive, unrealistic myth." John F. Kennedy. This book debunks much of the accepted truths about the environment using scientific facts, that are verifiable through current scientific literature -- such as 'the air quality in L.A. is better today than it was 30 yrs ago, in most cases bottled water is no better than tap water and many other commonly held beliefs. Originally a collection of columns written for Plating & Surface Finishing Magazine, the writing is often irreverent, but based solely on scientific research from across the globe. This book spreads the 'good news' about the environment because "whatever the reason - bad news always travel faster - and seems more credible than good news." Foreword by Jay Lehr, internationally known environmentalist

Classical Mythology A Very Short Introduction

Author : Helen Morales
ISBN : 9780191579332
Genre : Social Science
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From Zeus and Europa, to Diana, Pan, and Prometheus, the myths of ancient Greece and Rome seem to exert a timeless power over us. But what do those myths represent, and why are they so enduringly fascinating? Why do they seem to be such a potent way of talking about our selves, our origins, and our desires? This imaginative and stimulating Very Short Introduction goes beyond a simple retelling of the stories to explore the rich history and diverse interpretations of classical myths. It is a wide-ranging account, examining how classical myths are used and understood in both high art and popular culture, taking the reader from the temples of Crete to skyscrapers in New York, and finding classical myths in a variety of unexpected places: from arabic poetry and Hollywood films, to psychoanalysis, the bible, and New Age spiritualism. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.

Global Warming

Author : Michael L. Parsons
ISBN : UOM:39015031768438
Genre : Nature
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Global Warming: The Truth behind the Myth is a provocative discussion of the relationship between global climate and the greenhouse effect. Dr. Michael Parsons, an esteemed scientist and writer in the area of atomic spectroscopy and environmental analysis, uses the term "myth" to capture the essence of the misunderstanding and exaggeration behind the popular view of global warming. The author explains the computer models that are used to predict climate change, points out their flaws, and offers insight into the views and opinions of the computer modelers themselves. While there is no question that the greenhouse phenomenon exists, there are many uncertainties about computer predictions and the assumptions used in the computer models. Important factors such as solar variation, El Nino, cloud dynamics, and ocean currents significantly influence the earth's climate, and yet most computer models have neglected to adequately incorporate them. Global Warming is not an anti-environmental book. Rather, it is an authoritative attempt to put the facts associated with global climate into proper perspective along with other environmental problems, such as overpopulation, depletion of nonrenewable energy resources, and pollution. Dr. Parsons presents the scientific facts on both sides of the various issues and documents them so that the reader will be able to come to an intelligent, unbiased opinion. Written primarily for the general public, this intriguing book will also be enlightening for teachers and students, politicians, agricultural economists, environmental engineers and geologists, climatologists, conservationists, public health officials, policymakers, and scientists in general.

Media And The Ecological Crisis

Author : Richard Maxwell
ISBN : 9781134627363
Genre : Social Science
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Media and the Ecological Crisis is a collaborative work of interdisciplinary writers engaged in mapping, understanding and addressing the complex contribution of media to the current ecological crisis. The book is informed by a fusion of scholarly, practitioner, and activist interests to inform, educate, and advocate for real, environmentally sound changes in design, policy, industrial, and consumer practices. Aligned with an emerging area of scholarship devoted to identifying and analysing the material physical links of media technologies, cultural production, and environment, it contributes to the project of greening media studies by raising awareness of media technology’s concrete environmental effects.

Mcquail S Reader In Mass Communication Theory

Author : Denis McQuail
ISBN : 0761972439
Genre : Social Science
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McQuail's Reader in Mass Communication Theory provides an invaluable resource of key statements drawn from communication studies, media sociology, and cultural studies, and includes an overview essay and section introductions which place the readings in their theoretical and methodological context. Designed as a companion to McQuail's Mass Communication Theory, it can also function independently of that text. provides an invaluable resource of key statements drawn from communication studies, media sociology, and cultural studies, and includes an overview essay and section introductions which place the readings in their theoretical and methodological context. Designed as a companion to , it can also function independently of that text.

Summary The Predator State

Author : BusinessNews Publishing
ISBN : 9782511002421
Genre : Business & Economics
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The must-read summary of James K. Galbraith's book: “The Predator State: How Conservatives Abandoned the Free Market and Why Liberals Should Too”. This complete summary of "The Predator State" by James K. Galbraith, a renowned American economist, presents his argument that Reagan's economic policies were replaced by capitalism under the Bush administration, and that tax cuts, deregulation and privatization will eventually lead to lower prosperity and economic disaster. Added-value of this summary: • Save time • Understand how the free market economy damages long-term prosperity • Expand your knowledge of American politics and economics To learn more, read "The Predator State" and discover how further deregulation and less government involvement could lead to disaster.

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