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Climate Change Natural or Man-made?

By: Joe Fone(Author)
Climate Change
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Man-made global warming is the sacred cow of contemporary climate science, and the most vehement scientific controversy of modern times. In a dramatic new title, Joe Fone exposes some of the misconceptions that have confused the cause-consequence relationship between atmospheric carbon dioxide and climate change.

Fone reveals the influence and motivation of climate scientists who manipulate data to support model predictions of higher average global temperatures attributed to man-made carbon dioxide emissions. He demonstrates that climate change is a natural cyclical phenomenon and indeed, that global cooling due to decreased solar activity may well provide an alternative scenario.

Writing for the interested general reader, the author unravels vested scientific, academic, political and economic interests and the immutability of professional pride and reputation. Perfect for anyone who thinks outside the box, Fone's book is thought-provoking and subversive, reminding us that things are not always as they are presented by scientists, politicians or others with vested interests to promote.

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Joe Fone works in electrnics as a CAD designer and is a member of the New Zealand Climate Science Coalition. He has had a number of articles published, including in The Press and Investigate magazine.

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