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“Climatism!”: A Must-Read Book on Climate Alarmism August 30, 2010

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“Climatism!”: A Must-Read Book on Climate Alarmism

By Roger Helmer, July 30, 2010

I’ve recently reviewed a number of excellent books on aspects of the climate debate.  But I want to tell you about the book I’ve just read: “Climatism”.

I was at the Heartland Climate Conference in Chicago in May, when I had the pleasure of meeting Steve Goreham, the author of “Climatism!”.  Steve holds an MS from the University of Illinois, and an MBA from the University of Chicago.  He has just been appointed Executive Director of the Climate Science Coalition of America (www.climatescienceamerica.org).   A few years ago he became interested in the climate debate, and has made an extended study both of the science, and of Climatsm as a social, political and economic phenomenon.  The result of his work is this book, one of the most comprehensive yet accessible studies I have seen.  While he doesn’t spare the scientific rigour, he writes in a wonderfully accessible way, and if you have any interest in the subject you’ll find it difficult to put down.

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1. Oliver K. Manuel - August 30, 2010

Thanks for reporting that “the Club of Rome played a dishonourable part in the story” by saying in 1974 that “The Earth has cancer, and the cancer is man” and by declaring in 1991 “The real enemy, then, is humanity itself”.

The corruption of space sciences became apparent in 1983, soon after Nature published a candid 1983 news report on “The demise of established dogmas on the formation of the Solar System”, Nature 303 (1983) 286:

http://tallbloke.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/swart-1983.pdf

After 1983 groupthink successfully hid from the public overwhelming empirical evidence of:

a.) Solar mass fractionation and the Sun’s iron-rich interior, and

b.) Neutron repulsion as the energy source that generates solar luminosity, solar neutrinos, and solar hydrogen in the proportions observed.

The first half of this new paper compares the history of space sciences in a.) 1960-1983 and b.) 1983-present:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/10640850/Neutron_Repulsion.pdf

I would be happy to answer questions on this matter here or in a separate thread devoted to neutron repulsion.

With kind regards,
Oliver K. Manuel
Former NASA Principal
Investigator for Apollo
http//:www.omatumr.com


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