Unstoppable global warming: every 1,500 years
Singer and Avery present in popular language supported by in-depth scientific evidence the compelling concept that global temperatures have been rising mostly or entirely because of a natural cycle. Using historic data from two millennia of recorded history combined with the natural physical records found in ice cores, seabed sediment, cave stalagmites, and tree rings, Unstoppable Global Warming argues that the 1,500 year solar-driven cycle that has always controlled the earth's climate remains the driving force in the current warming trend. Trillions of dollars spent on reducing fossil fuel use would have no effect on today's rising temperatures. The public policy key, Singer and Avery propose, is adaptation, not fruitless attempts at prevention. Further, they offer convincing evidence that civilization's most successful eras have coincided with the cycle's warmest peaks. With the added benefit of modern technology, humanity can not only survive global climate change, but thrive.
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A glacier in Antarctica has also retreated dramatically in the past decade. Now,
according to Lonnie Thompson of Ohio State University, the Quelccaya glacier in
Peru has retreated 32 times faster in the past two years than in the 20 years from
Then the glacier slid into a persistent cold period lasting until 1850.41 It is again
retreating during the Modern Warming. In Italy: The Ghiacciaio del Calderone, in
the Italian Apennines, is the southernmost glacier in Europe. Historic records ...
C. J. Caseldine, "The Extent of Some Glaciers in Northern Iceland during the
Little Ice Age and the Nature of Recent Deglaciation ," The Geographical Journal
1 5 1 (1985): 215-27. 37. R. J. Braithwaite, "Glacier Mass Balance: The First 50 ...
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There used to be farms on Greenland -- just about 1000 years ago, well within the historical record. That's why they called it 'Green'-land. Now, of course, Greenland is too cold, but the ruins of the ... Read full review
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Unstoppable Global Warming: Every 1,500 Years, Part 1
Siegfried Fred Singer,Dennis T. Avery
Limited preview - 2007