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The Neglected Sun

Author : Fritz Vahrenholt
ISBN : 1909022241
Genre : Science
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In this momentous book, Professor Fritz Vahrenholt and Dr Sebastian Luning demonstrate that the critical cause of global temperature change has been, and continues to be, the sun's activity.

The Red Edge

Author : G. Bruno
ISBN : 9781326368012
Genre : History
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In this somewhat emotional book, you will find it argued that anthropogenic global warming (AGW) is not real, but is in fact no more than a political tool. Actually, we'd be better of with more carbon dioxide rather than less. Further along in the book, you will find reasons (and possible ways) to in fact stop the failed experiment of politics and return to a more natural order: liberty, no aggression, no hypocrisy and a (better) future for all. It's the only way forward for mankind (planetkind). Also, government has turned against the people, and has thereby waived its right of existence. The only way forward for human kind, would be without government, in its entirety, as government will always devolve into what it is now: a force for harm. Like it or not, this leaves open only one (also the most durable) option: anarchism. Do not fear disorder: anarchism shall lead to more order in society. Anarchism is better in so many ways, that they would fill a whole book, and still leave out some.


Author : Patrick J. Michaels
ISBN : 9781944424046
Genre : Science
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In Lukewarming, two environmental scientists explain the science and spin behind the headlines and come to a provocative conclusion: climate change is real, and partially man-made, but it is becoming obvious that far more warming has been forecast than will occur, with some of the catastrophic impacts implausible or impossible. Global warming is more lukewarm than hot. This fresh analysis is an invaluable source for those looking to be more informed about global warming and the data behind it.

Dark Winter

Author : John Casey
ISBN : 9781630060237
Genre : Political Science
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Climate change has been a perplexing problem for years. In Dark Winter, author John L. Casey, a former White House national space policy advisor, NASA headquarters consultant, and space shuttle engineer tells the truth about ominous changes taking place in the climate and the Sun. Casey’s research into the Sun’s activity, which began almost a decade ago, resulted in discovery of a solar cycle that is now reversing from its global warming phase to that of dangerous global cooling for the next thirty years or more. This new cold climate will dramatically impact the world’s citizens. In Dark Winter, he provides evidence of the following: The end of global warming The beginning of a “solar hibernation,” a historic reduction in the energy output of the Sun A long-term drop in Earth’s temperatures The start of the next climate change to decades of dangerously cold weather The high probability of record earthquakes and volcanic eruptions A sobering look at Earth’s future, Dark Winter predicts worldwide, crop-destroying cold; food shortages and riots in the United States and abroad; significant global loss of life; and social, political, and economic upheaval.

Russia And The New World Disorder

Author : Bobo Lo
ISBN : 9780815725572
Genre : Political Science
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A Brookings Institution Press and Chatham House publication The Russian annexation of Crimea was one of the great strategic shocks of the past twenty-five years. For many in the West, Moscow's actions in early 2014 marked the end of illusions about cooperation, and the return to geopolitical and ideological confrontation. Russia, for so long a peripheral presence, had become the central actor in a new global drama. In this groundbreaking book, renowned scholar Bobo Lo analyzes the broader context of the crisis by examining the interplay between Russian foreign policy and an increasingly anarchic international environment. He argues that Moscow's approach to regional and global affairs reflects the tension between two very different worlds—the perceptual and the actual. The Kremlin highlights the decline of the West, a resurgent Russia, and the emergence of a new multipolar order. But this idealized view is contradicted by a world disorder that challenges core assumptions about the dominance of great powers and the utility of military might. Its lesson is that only those states that embrace change will prosper in the twenty-first century. A Russia able to redefine itself as a modern power would exert a critical influence in many areas of international politics. But a Russia that rests on an outdated sense of entitlement may end up instead as one of the principal casualties of global transformation.

Principles Of Planetary Climate

Author : Raymond T. Pierrehumbert
ISBN : 9781139495066
Genre : Science
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This book introduces the reader to all the basic physical building blocks of climate needed to understand the present and past climate of Earth, the climates of Solar System planets, and the climates of extrasolar planets. These building blocks include thermodynamics, infrared radiative transfer, scattering, surface heat transfer and various processes governing the evolution of atmospheric composition. Nearly four hundred problems are supplied to help consolidate the reader's understanding, and to lead the reader towards original research on planetary climate. This textbook is invaluable for advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate students in atmospheric science, Earth and planetary science, astrobiology, and physics. It also provides a superb reference text for researchers in these subjects, and is very suitable for academic researchers trained in physics or chemistry who wish to rapidly gain enough background to participate in the excitement of the new research opportunities opening in planetary climate.

Twilight Of Abundance

Author : David Archibald
ISBN : 9781621571582
Genre : Political Science
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Baby boomers enjoyed the most benign period in human history: fifty years of relative peace, cheap energy, plentiful grain supply, and a warming climate due to the highest solar activity for 8,000 years. The party is over—prepare for the twilight of abundance.

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