By Paul Homewood
I am delighted to give a plug to Patrice Poyet’s new e-Book, The Rational Climate e-Book.
It can be downloaded for free on the link below:
Patrice has this to say about his book:
Climate Urgency will be an efficient manner to return into the cave. There is no climate crisis and no climate urgency. Let’s be rational, repel myths and the dreadful policies that might emerge. Carbon and warmth support life and this has always been so over geological times. Scientific evidences, from all disciplines involved in the analysis presented in the book, do not support the view that there would be any sort of climate urgency.
“Climate science has been targeted by a major political movement, environmentalism, as the focus of their efforts, wherein the natural disasters of the earth system, have come to be identified with man’s activities – engendering fear as well as an agenda for societal reform and control…” Richard Lindzen
Scare Mongers have failed for 50 years
The worse predictions have been made for 50 years and none of them has ever happened to become true. Time to revisit and analyse the scare mongers strategies. For example, despite the unsupported claims that the Maldive islands will be submerged by 2050, 97% of them have grown so far, for various reasons having nothing to do with "climate change".
Do not forget that in 1970, quite exactly 50 years ago, the first Earth Day promoted ice age fears, and environmentalist Nigel Calder warned "The threat of a new ice age must now stand alongside nuclear war as a likely source of wholesale death and misery for mankind" and C. C. Wallen of the World Meteorological Organization said "The cooling since 1940 has been large enough and consistent enough that it will not soon be reversed".
Patrice is a geologist, a geochemist and an applied computer scientist with an interest in various domains like Earth and Planetary Sciences, Astronomy, Finance and Trading, Integration in Manufacturing and Design, Simulation and Defense Systems, etc The development of computer systems has given him the chance to take part in a wide variety of projects in very different areas of expertise. Patrice published 37 articles mostly in peer-reviewed scientific journals, 6 books jointly-reviewed with colleagues, 6 peer-reviewed chapters in books, 64 papers in peer-reviewed conferences, one D.Sc. thesis (1986), and 32 scientific and technical reports for demanding public and private clients (e.g. French Navy, EC-funded R&D projects, CIEH, etc.) and acted as an expert reviewer for several EC R&D projects. He is now using his initial training as a geochemist and his passion for Earth and Space sciences to completely revisit the subject of climate and paleo-climates. The result is this free 431 pages e-Book that addresses all aspects of the subject.
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January 27, 2021 at 10:06AM