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Main Title Unstoppable global warming : every 1,500 years /
Author Singer, S. Fred
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Avery, Dennis T.,
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield Publishers,
Year Published 2007
OCLC Number 65201268
ISBN 0742551164; 9780742551169; 0742551172; 9780742551176
Subjects Global warming ; Global temperature changes ; Greenhouse effect, Atmospheric ; Erwärmung--Meteorologie ; Klimañderung ; Treibhauseffekt ; Klimazyklus ; Broeikaseffect ; Klimaatveranderingen ; Erwärmung (Meteorologie)--(DE-588)4344515-9 ; Klimaänderung--(DE-588)4164199-1 ; Treibhauseffekt--(DE-588)4226436-4 ; Erwärmung
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EHAM  QC981.8.G56S553 2007 Region 1 Library/Boston,MA 02/02/2009
Collation xv, 260 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Is humanity losing the global warming debate? -- How did we find the Earth's 1,500-year climate cycle? -- Shattered glass in the greenhouse theory -- The baseless fears : sea levels will surge, bringing floods and devastation -- The treaty that would change Earth's climate-or maybe not -- The baseless fears : a million wild species will be lost forever -- Warming and cooling in human history -- The baseless fears : warming brings famine, drought, and barren soils -- The Earth tells its own story of past climate cycles -- The baseless fears : more frequent and fiercer storms -- How far can we trust the global climate models? -- The baseless fears : abrupt global cooling -- The sun-climate connection -- The baseless fears : millions of human deaths from warming -- Powering the future : can we depend on renewable energy? -- The ultimate failure of the Kyoto protocol. The author provides scientific evidence that the fifteen-hundred-year global warming cycle that has always controlled the earth's climate is the primary factor in the current warming trend.