Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Climate Change

I have been disappointed by how few books have attacked the AGW fraud with historical as opposed to scientific evidence.  Then I realized that I have enough material I have blogged about it to put together a small book.  So I am doing so: more a booklet combining a variety of sources that demonstrate that the warming is not new, based on historical accounts and recent archaeological finds.  (If this glacier melting is caused by fossil fuels, why are Stone Age bodies and tools appearing?  How did they get under there?)  Any suggestions for texts that vshould be in there?

1 comment:

keathwarlick said...

Absolutely: A Short History of Nearly Everything (2003) by Bill Bryson. Couple of pertinent excerpts:

"For most of its history until fairly recent times the general pattern for Earth was to be hot with no permanent ice anywhere. … Two commonly cited culprits for the present epoch are the rise of the Himalayas and the formation of the Isthmus of Panama, the first disrupting air flows, the second ocean currents." – p. 427.

"For a long time it was thought that we moved into and out of ice ages gradually, over hundreds of thousands of years, but we now know that that has not been the case. Thanks to ice cores from Greenland we have a detailed record of climate for something over a hundred thousand years, and what is found there is not comforting. It shows that for most of its recent history Earth has been nothing like the stable and tranquil place the civilization has known, but rather has lurched violently between periods of warmth and brutal chill." - p. 430.