Unstoppable global warming: every 1,500 years
Supported by in-depth scientific evidence, Singer and Avery present the compelling concept that global temperatures have been rising mostly or entirely because of a natural cycle. Unstoppable Global Warming explains why we're warming, why it's not very dangerous, and why we can't stop it anyway.
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He noted that the most significant droughts in the Southwestern United States
occurred more than four hundred years ago, before 1600. He stated that before
1850, America's Great Plains were called "the Great American Desert," and
24 Natural Hazards on African Drought Southern Africa is a particularly drought-
prone part of the world because of its geographic location, its steep terrain
changes, its contrasted ocean surroundings, and its atmospheric dynamics.
Close to the equator, rainfall and drought patterns are likely to shift somewhat.
There will be droughts in the twenty-first to twenty-third centuries, some of them
prolonged. But the physical evidence shows there are always droughts, some of
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Unstoppable Global Warming: Every 1,500 Years, Part 1
Siegfried Fred Singer,Dennis T. Avery
Limited preview - 2007