Climate Catastrophe! Science or Science Fiction?

Climate Catastrophe! Science or Science Fiction?

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This book is dedicated to science. Scientists are skeptical, we ask: "Is that idea correct? How can I test it?" Then we resolve to gather and analyze data until we show it isn't or it might be. If we cannot disprove the idea, it survives. No true scientist "believes in science" because he knows science is a process, a process we use to uncover the truth. One cannot have faith in science, but one can believe in the scientific process or method.

In Climate Catastrophe! Science or Science Fiction?, Andy lays out the scientific facts and torpedoes the false chants of the global warming hysteria mongers. As you read Andy's book, pay close attention to the graphs of technical and geopolitical data. Then ask the questions:

Why haven't I seen this data presented this way before? Who is behind the science fiction of the adverse effects of CO2 and fossil fuel consumption? What is their goal?

With Andy's book, you will draw your own conclusions and arrive at your own answers to these questions.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 308 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 19mm | 567g
  • English
  • 75 Illustrations; Illustrations, color
  • 1642554421
  • 9781642554427
  • 2,455,688

Review quote

Judith A. Curry in an early review of Andy's book said, ..". it looked very good." Dr. Curry is an American climatologist and former chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Javier Vinós, PhD. Scientist and Biological sciences researcher says," Andy May's down-to-Earth approach to the practical aspects of climate change is grounded in a profound knowledge of the science behind it. He explains in easy to understand terms what the evidence about climate change actually means to us, our food supply, our quality of life, and the environment we all love and care about. In the process he exposes the catastrophic alarmist fantasy, based only on untested, error-prone computer models, used to promote a climate state of fear contradicted by the evidence. Andy May proposes that we use our resources to build a world better adapted to the vagaries of climate and the weather instead of wasting them vainly trying to change a climate that does not need fixing. After enjoying the book and following his arguments, I fully agree with him.
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