22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
A skeptical view and enjoyable read of a "hot" topic.
, April 4, 1999
By A Customer
This review is from: The Role of the Sun in Climate Change (Paperback)
In "The Role of the Sun in Climate Change" the reader finds an entertaining tale told by two scientists. Often in today's debate on global climate change, readers are forced to listen to politicians or the media. This book serves as a refreshing change from that paradigm. Not only is the reader presented with a skeptical view of the facts of global climate change, but the reader may also enjoy the writing style which one rarely finds in writings by scientists. The opening sentence of Chapter 1 sounds like a novel when these scientists describe how one scientist, from an era long gone, went about his daily observing. They even display a sense of humor in their chapters and their titles, as in Chapter 9, "Cyclomania" where they set out to describe many of the different cyclic processes involved in both the sun and climate, and how so many cycles can be used or abused. This book can be enjoyed while commuting to work (as long as you are not the driver) as well as an introduction for serious studies. It contains an extensive bibliography.
posted on 04/14/2013 10:16:23 AM PDT
((The Global Warming Hoax was a Criminal Act....where is Al Gore?))
posted on 04/14/2013 11:24:09 AM PDT
(God bless the USA! THE GUN DEBATE WAS SETTLED IN 1791!!!)
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