At the highest level, these are the conclusions of Climate Change Reconsidered:The scholarship in this book demonstrates overwhelming scientific support for the position that the warming of the twentieth century was moderate and not unprecedented, that its impact on human health and wildlife was positive, and that carbon dioxide probably is not the driving factor behind climate change.The authors cite thousands of peer-reviewed research papers and books that were ignored by the IPCC, plus additional scientific research that became available after the IPCC's self-imposed deadline of May 2006.
The book is replete with detailed statistical data and arguments of the sort that global warming alarmists refuse to engage in. It contains far too much data to summarize, but here are the "key findings" in Chapter 3, titled "Observations: Temperature Records."
Monday, June 08, 2009
Climate Change Reconsidered - Gathering the Facts
I meant to blog this piece over at Powerline last week but haven't quite gotten around to it until now. There's a new book out called "Reconsidering Climate Change" which John Hinderaker does a great job of summarizing.