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How to Cure a Climate Change Denier (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Paul Caruso

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Paul Caruso once lived in an off-grid eco-community, grew much of his own food and was an active member of Greenpeace. However, over the past few years he has lost his faith in human induced climate change and become a denier!

He doesn’t really deny that the climate is changing – he has just come to the conclusion that it is natural variation.

It seems that increasing numbers of people are becoming sceptical about the human induced part of global warming and this book attempts to show climate scientists why and, perhaps more importantly, what they can do about it.

There are certain specific points that climate scientists are not currently answering and which they urgently need to answer if they want to convince people.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A great book to give to climate alarmists 31 octobre 2013
Par Kelly Haughton - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Having a discussion with a climate alarmist is painful. Caruso has plainly written this book so that instead of discussing climate change with climate alarmists, he can just hand them the book and move on.

Caruso goes through why he has become a denier of man-made global warming caused by man's production of CO2. Mostly Caruso is asking for evidence that the recent warming of the earth was caused by man's emission of CO2. He has found none.

He goes through the arguments most commonly put forward by climate alarmists and explains why they don't hold up for him. In particular, he notes that the Earth's climate has been changing for billions of years due to natural variation. Climate change through natural variation is his logical null hypothesis. No one has shown that the null hypothesis has been disproven by the data.

This is a great little book to give to alarmists. If they read the book, you probably will not have to suffer through any more discussions about climate change with them.

Thank you, Mr. Caruso. You have written a very useful book.
13 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great introduction to the issues behind the objections to the hypothesis of CO2 driven climate catastrophe 5 février 2014
Par Anthony N. Jeric - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Quick read, well written. Provides three intriguing questions to ask at an environmentalist cocktail party. If you like to rattle cages this is worth reading. Having read around 20 books worth of dissenter literature I highly recommend this as an introduction into the world of CO2 dissension. If you are unfamiliar with the issues that never make the main stream media this is for you. Hey you can't beat the price. Like the author I frequently ask CO2 cult members to provide their top three science based reasons to support 95% certainty in the proposition that man made CO2 is capable of creating catastrophic warming. What I get is silence or "all the scientist say so" or incredible hostility and character assassination as if one is insulting their religion. The author has gone down a path that I can well relate to.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 A mixed message book with some good and some no so good point to make. 4 octobre 2015
Par Rosalyn Mitchell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I give Paul's book 3 stars as he makes several valid points but then makes several erroneous points. He also uses a few emotionally driven statement that mislead the reader's thinking.
His points about: climate has changed in the past, far more than now; numbers of scientist who believe in AGW 'proves' it's real, is a poor argument; the bias of the poll of the 97% believers; CO2 increases can have positive benefits; there is little evidence for increased frequency of extreme weather events...... are all valid and useful context.
But he also makes false statements: repeatedly says from 1998 temperatures haven't increased... well they have (2014, 2010 being the hottest on record and 2015 likely to be hotter still), particularly when you include the oceans down to 2000 m (which absorb more than 90% of the extra heat);
He also makes misleading statements: referring to geologic timeframes wrt climate change helps put in context the relatively small changes we see today, but what is relevant is how the changes we see today compare during man's massive colonization of the world, with a population growth of over 1000 times in the past 4,000 years - many of those people living at elevations marginally above sea level; looking at CO2 concentration changes in absolute terms - plus 1/100th of a percent... but they have risen 43% from the pre industrial levels - 280 to 400 ppm; his greenhouse experiment is just not relevant; his logarithmic graph, while making a good point is just not accurate in relative effects for relative concentrations. Also his point about CO2 rises always lagged temperatures rises, suggesting that's how it always should be, but just doesn't seem to acknowledge that things maybe different this time. Man has induced CO2 level changes first. It's never happened before. So the right question is: what would we expect to see as a result of that? Also temperature increases in the Antarctic could easily see increases ice cover due to more snow is not acknowledged.
Then no mention of the whole manmade aerosols issue, which almost certainly led to global cooling during the 1940s-1960s, which then led to major legislation to curtail aerosol emissions from 1970s thus reducing the overlaying cooling effect. There's no mention of El Nino versus La Nina influences which affect how much extra heat goes into the atmosphere versus the oceans.

His major issue seems to be not believing that a 43% increase in CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere by 120 ppm, can increase temperatures. But its not hard:- The Greenhouse effect is real, we all know that. It increases earth's temperature by about 33 oC. The GHGs are all trace gases, water vapor being the most significant (but its concentration varies a lot - so its effect difficult to predict). But CO2 and CH4 are the next most significant, and their concentrations are globally consistent and have increased a lot since the industrial revolution. Isotope analysis proves the increases are a result of man's activities. If concentrations of any GHGs increase, we would expect temperatures to rise (all else being equal). I would be extraordinary surprised if they didn't. Well there have been other factors, like aerosols and sun spot activity decline, which mask the effects somewhat, but their cooling effects are observed to be secondary to the warming effect - we DO see temperatures rising over the longer term, sea levels rising, ocean heat content rising, glaciers and Arctic ice retreating.... all pretty darn consistent. It's not absolute proof of the result of increasing CO2 and CH4 increases, but it is consistent with what we would expect. So a betting man would put money on it (with very good odds) of being cause and effect.

If we allow the science to speak (and avoid the politics and emotional hype) then the conclusion for me is clear. AGW is real, and rapid, but as yet small (on geologic timeframe). Predicting the longer term impacts whilst difficult, are necessary, and will become more accurate over time as observations unfold. This is essential science that will inform us how to respond ... which may need a light touch or indeed may need major interventions.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very succinct! Bravo sir...... 18 avril 2014
Par Scott Stolnitz - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm a life long social liberal. I also come from a scientific background. This book is spot on.
The junk, alarmist "science" out there is motivated purely by money and politics.

For anyone who wants a short read that's right to the point. Buy this book. It's easy to understand, concise and clearly states the case against human caused climate change.

If you want a bit more depth in the subject matter I also suggest , "Unstoppable Global Warming.:Every 1500 Years"..

Read, learn, be amazed. Then, if you dare - newly armed, refute the junk science we're all fed by alarmists. Both the "junk scientists" and the brain dead media looking for sensationalist news to prop up their ever falling ratings. Yes ABC, CBS and NBC......I'm talking to you!
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Good Book to Give a Person Who Thinks Human-Produced C02 Causes Catastrophic Global Warming 23 août 2015
Par John Spritzler - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a short book that makes a very good, simple, but typically overlooked point: If you want to cure a climate change denier (meaning a person who denies that human-produced C02 causes catastrophic global warming) then you need to provide scientifically valid evidence, which so far nobody has done. I took off one star because there are too many typos in the kindle edition, which is annoying. (The title is cute, but easily misunderstood; the author is a person who does not (yet) believe that human-produced C02 causes catastrophic global warming.)
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