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Climate

Author : Christian Gerondeau
ISBN : STANFORD:36105215496097
Genre : Business & Economics
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An internationally renowned engineer exposes the fantasy world of 'global warming' economics, and debunks the mythology of carbon-dioxide damage.
Category: Business & Economics

Climate Change Delusion And The Great Electricity Rip Off

Author : Ian Plimer
ISBN : 1925501620
Genre : Science
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How did one of the world's largest exporters of coal, gas and uranium end up with unreliable and expensive energy? Massive subsidies for renewable energy, gaming of the electricity market and government mandates have closed coal-fired generators that previously provided cheap reliable electricity. Five hundred years ago, Martin Luther objected to indulgences. Today indulgences are sought as subsidies from consumers for renewable energy generators in the name of the environmental religion. It has never been shown that human emissions of carbon dioxide drive global warming and the recent massive increases in emissions produced no warming. This book shows that renewable energy creates more environmental damage than coal-fired electricity generation and much of the generously funded climate "science" is underpinned by fraud. However, there is a simple solution to the suicidal energy policy which was created by pandering to green hysteria that forced upon us an unjustifiable commitment to renewable energy. This book is an exposure of the on-going greed, corruption, fiscal waste, skulduggery, moral and political ineptitude of governments and energy shysters the world over today. - Derek Wyness, reviewer
Category: Science

Climate Change Scepticism

Author : Greg Garrard
ISBN : 9781350057036
Genre : Political Science
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Climate Change Scepticism is the first ecocritical study to examine the cultures and rhetoric of climate scepticism in the UK, Germany, the USA and France. Collaboratively written by leading scholars from Europe and North America, the book considers climate skeptical-texts as literature, teasing out differences and challenging stereotypes as a way of overcoming partisan political paralysis on the most important cultural debate of our time.
Category: Political Science

The Great Delusion

Author : Steven Stoll
ISBN : 9781429996198
Genre : Business & Economics
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Endless economic growth rests on a belief in the limitless abundance of the natural world. But when did people begin to believe that societies should—even that they must—expand in wealth indefinitely? In The Great Delusion, the historian and storyteller Steven Stoll weaves past and present together through the life of a strange and brooding nineteenth-century German engineer and technological utopian named John Adolphus Etzler, who pursued universal wealth from the inexhaustible forces of nature: wind, water, and sunlight. The Great Delusion neatly demonstrates that Etzler's fantasy has become our reality and that we continue to live by some of the same economic assumptions that he embraced. Like Etzler, we assume that the transfer of matter from environments into the economy is not bounded by any condition of those environments and that energy for powering our cars and iPods will always exist. Like Etzler, we think of growth as progress, a turn in the meaning of that word that dates to the moment when a soaring productive capacity fused with older ideas about human destiny. The result is economic growth as we know it, not as measured by the gross domestic product but as the expectation that our society depends on continued physical expansion in order to survive.
Category: Business & Economics

United Nations Climate Liars

Author : Christian Gerondeau
ISBN : 9782810006946
Genre : Social Science
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« This is a most timely book. There are more and more reasons to question the conventional wisdom of what has become almost a religion. Christian Gerondeau, a distinguished French engineer, explains clearly why the conventional approach is so deeply flawed, and what needs to be put in its place. He is neither overcome by the cultural pessimism of the Western political classes nor seduced by their grandiose oratory. He keeps his feet on the ground and is concerned with what works. Thus we should focus less on the uncertain science of global warming and on highly speculative horror stories about its possible impact, and more on the practical way forward. While the technologically inept and economically ruinous decarbonisation route, even if it could be globally agreed (which it cannot), would intensify the problem of world poverty, the way ahead which Christian Gerondeau charts would alleviate it. As Gerondeau observes, future generations will find it hard to believe the story he accurately recounts in this book. It is a book that deserves to be widely read. » Nigel Lawson Former UK Secretary of State for Energy Former UK Chancellor of the Exchequer
Category: Social Science

Climate

Author : Robert Carter
ISBN : STANFORD:36105215387817
Genre : Science
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Professor Robert Carter is one of the world's leading palaeoclimatologists, and his work investigates the past cycles of the earth's unpredictable natural climate change, especially over the last few million years of planetary ice ages.
Category: Science

The Great Delusion

Author : Samuel George Reddie
ISBN : UCAL:$B590763
Genre : Law
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From Earthquakes To Global Unity

Author : Paul McGuire
ISBN : 156384107X
Genre : Religion
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Staggering destructive earthquakes and floods, new strains of deadly viruses, treaties that promote one-world government -- why are all of these things happening at once? According to the author, we are living in a period of time like no other in history. Examines seemingly unrelated events such as the Oklahoma bombing, the Mexican bailout through treaties such as NAFTA, the move towards a cashless society and a global economy, the U.N. invasion of Third World countries.
Category: Religion