Singer and Avery present in popular language supported by in-depth scientific evidence the compelling concept that global temperatures have been rising mostly or entirely because of a natural cycle. Unstoppable Global Warming
explains why we're warming, why it's not very dangerous, and why we can't stop it anyway. (Science Daily
Fred Singer and Dennis Avery highlight the many fallacies associated with the hysterical claims of dangerous climate change and unsubstantiated computer projections surrounding the theory of human caused global warming. They have managed to lay out, dissect, and expose the facts in a thoroughly readable style. Unstoppable Global Warming
is a ‘must read’ for everybody who is interested in the real issues surrounding climate change. (William Kininmonth, Australasian Climate Research)
Singer and Avery skillfully present their case for the existence of a solar-induced 1,500 year cycle that generates warming and cooling of the Earth's temperature irrespective of the atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases. The authors even more skillfully argue the implications of their findings to the ongoing heated debate regarding the human contribution to observed and future changes in climate. (Robert C. Balling, Jr., Arizona State University)
Fred Singer and Dennis Avery have put together an impressive collection of 'reasons to believe that global warming may not be as bad as some people are telling us'—in other words, that natural variations, rather than human-emitted greenhouse gases, have tended to control climate. Their exhaustive list of scientific references, mostly from refereed journals, only underscores their statements. Bravo for a job well done! (George H. Taylor, State Climatologist, Oregon Climate Service)
This book is must reading for anyone concerned about global warming. The authors stress that "consensus" has no place in science, only hard-headed testing of speculation. Their testing of the earth's erratic, moderate warming since 1850 leads them to the planet's recently discovered—but already broadly studied—1500-year climate cycle. (Frederick Seitz, former President, National Academy of Sciences)
Real science in, real science out. A masterpiece of understanding, dispelling the computer myths of manmade global warming. Please read this book. (David Bellamy, Order of the British Empire, academic, author and host of British TV documentaries)
A wonderful new book. . . . meticulously researched and footnoted. (The Washington Times
...a thoughtful book by two respected scientists... (Shopfloor.Org
This well written book is arguably the best book to date on the politics and science of global warming. (Hawaii Reporter
t is a very readable book that avoids scientific jargon and does not drown its major points in a flood of data, yet provides 449 references for anyone desiring to find and read the facts found and explained by international researchers. (Philadelphia Bulletin, October 4, 2009
)argues that climate change is part of a natural cycle, not man-made, and seeks to debunk dominant scientific consensus on global warming.
(Sunday Star Ledger
). . . Highly recommended.
)For those who would like to read the science rather than the politics of climate change I suggest Skinner and Avery's Unstoppable Global Warming: Every 1,500 Years.
(The Bellingham Herald
)“I would like o recommend that the author of the letter read the following books which are chock full of data exposing the global-warming hoax: “Unstoppable Global Warming Every 1,500 years” by Fred Singer, a distinguished research professor at George Mason University…perhaps if the author of the letter were to read these books, he would understand the truth concerning the global warming hoax, rather than swallow the propaganda of the leftists who want to tax U.S industries into oblivion.”
(Pensacola News Journal
About the Author
S. Fred Singer
was the founding dean of the School of Environmental and Planetary Sciences at the University of Miami, the first director of the U.S. National Weather Satellite Service, and served five years as vice chairman of the U.S. National Advisory Committee on Oceans and Atmospheres. He is the author or editor of more than a dozen books and monographs, including Global Climate Change
(Paragon House, 1989) and Hot Talk, Cold Science: Global Warming's Unfinished Debate
, (Independent Institute, 1997).Dennis T. Avery
has been a senior fellow of the Hudson Institute since 1989. Prior to that, he was a senior analyst in the U.S. Department of State (1980-88), where he won the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement in 1983. Avery's book Saving the Planet With Pesticides and Plastic: The Environmental Triumph of High-Yield Farming
(Hudson) was first published in 1995, with a second edition in 2000.
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