What Really Causes Global Warming?

What Really Causes Global Warming? : Greenhouse Gases or Ozone Depletion?

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Earth's temperature is determined by the thickness of the ozone layer. When this layer is depleted, more solar ultraviolet radiation reaches Earth, increasing temperatures. The ozone layer has been depleted since the 1960s by human-manufactured gases and since 2014 by extensive lava flows from Bardarbunga volcano in central Iceland. What Really Causes Global Warming shows that the greenhouse warming theory cannot explain recent climate change. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions would be a total waste of money.
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  • Paperback | 268 pages
  • 152 x 228 x 14.22mm | 362.87g
  • United States
  • English
  • 1630477982
  • 9781630477981
  • 758,947

Table of contents

Foreword: A More Persuasive Truth
Overview Climate Is Never "Settled," and Neither Is Science
Chapter 1 How I Came to Wonder About Climate Change
Chapter 2 Could Climate Change Science Be Mistaken?
Chapter 3 Why Did Global Temperatures Stop Increasing in 1998?
Chapter 4 Do We Really Understand Thermal Energy?
Chapter 5 How Does the Atmosphere Protect Earth From Sun's "Hottes" Radiation?
Chapter 6 How Do Minute Amounts of Ozone Control Climate
Chapter 7 How Does Temperature Change With Ozone Depletion?
Chapter 8 How Can Volcanoes Both Cool and Warm Earth?
Chapter 9 How Do Volcanic Eruptions Affect Weather?
Chapter 10 Why Does the Greenhouse Effect Appear Not to be Correct?
Chapter 11 What Are Some Other Implications of Light Being a Continuum of Frequency?
Chapter 12 How Could Science Have Been So Far Off the Mark?
Chapter 13 Where Do We Go From Here?
About the Author
End Notes
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About Peter Langdon Ward

Dr. Peter Langdon Ward spent twenty-seven years with the United States Geological Survey as a research geophysicist, branch chief, and program manager, and as a specialist in helping people adapt to the risks from natural hazards that they and their families face. He chaired a committee on disaster warning at the White House, published more than fifty scientific papers, and has been featured on Good Morning America and many regional news programs. For the past nine years, he has worked to resolve several enigmatic observations related to climate change.
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