A second excellent book by Dr. Spencer - for the layman (or scientist!)
Whether you are a believer in man-made climate change, or a skeptic, Roy Spencer presents some intriguing questions in "The Great Global Warming Blunder".
One glance at Figure 14 is enough to convince me that the data cannot be used to extract a single, linear characterization of the processes involved.
This book is the best sceptics guide I have read. Dr Spencer isn't a propagandist but asks perfectly reasonable questions such "Is there some natural component to the warming... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Simon Kelly
Global Warming has been definitely proved for over two decades. There are always a few cranks out there, though, who can muster up enough technical sounding arguments to fool the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cort Johnson
This book is a must read by the growing numbers of people.sceptical of the current anthropogenic climate change theories that insist that humans are the cause of warming that... Read morePublished 2 months ago by John Macpherson Baird
The stars are a requirement to posting, so you can discount them as I have the book on order.
The reason for my post is to point out the curious issue that 12 of the 14... Read more
Great story. The theme of much of these ideas is control. It' "This is the way it is! And you have to do as I say!" The experts are screwed up.Published 2 months ago by Charles G. St. John
Dr Spencer does an excellent job in his analysis of temperature data on his website, and he correctly concludes that all climate change is natural. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Doug Cotton
not worth anything, not worth the trees that were killed,
trees that stopped making oxygen for us to breathe,
to make the paper to write this complete nonsense..... Read more
Please note: This is a book review. I will neither address the larger issues of global warming nor attempt to defend a position on the issue as a whole. Read morePublished 4 months ago by William C. Mead