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Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Solomon series now in book form

Fans of Lawrence Solomon's "Deniers" series in the Financial Post (a series of columns that profiled leading scientists who don't subscribe to climate-change orthodoxy) will be happy to know that Solomon has now published a complete book on the subject called, fittingly enough, The Deniers.

Solomon said in a mass email sent today to "Friends of Energy Probe" (Energy Probe , the organization he founded in 1979, promotes "safe and clean alternatives to coal and nuclear power") that the book is the culmination of two years' research. "What I found when I started digging first surprised and then shocked me," he writes. "I found dozens of truly eminent and world renowned scientists who reject the conventional wisdom on global warming. I also found that, in case after case, the scientists putting forward the contrary argument were far more accomplished than those who originated the UN's doomsayer view.

"In short: the scientists I found and profiled are too eminent and their research too devastating to allow narrow and simplistic views of global warming to survive."

Solomon's important book is now available on Amazon.com.

Posted by Terry O'Neill on April 1, 2008 in Science | Permalink


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Why anyone would be surprised that this panic scenario is unraveling bit by bit as people that actually know what they are talking about find their balls still amazes me.The science behind global warming is about as valid as the science behind second hand smoke.Statistics generated by activists will always be what the activists want them to be and computers will always comply to the garbage in....garbage out mode.

Posted by: peterj | 2008-04-01 10:27:22 PM

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