My purpose is to put all of the facts I have assembled in one location, for ease of observation and analysis, and to show the absolute foolishness involved
BIRMINGHAM, Mich. (PRWEB) January 25, 2013
Author and engineer Tom Shipley noted the extraordinary claim that human beings, using fossil fuels and other useful things, were causing temperatures to rise to dangerous levels – and this claim was widely repeated. “Yet not one of the hundreds of reports told us what the temperatures were,” he explains. “So I went looking. I discovered why. And in the process, discovered the global-warming scare was a total scam.” In his new book, Man-Made Global Warming? It's Foolishness in Words That All Can Understand (published by AuthorHouse), Shipley shares his findings and observations with readers.
In Man-Made Global Warming? Shipley assembles a wide range of proven, factual details on global warming. He notes the claims and counterclaims that have been published over the years and shares his own observations arising from an engineering point of view.
An excerpt from Man-Made Global Warming?:
We will always have a climate that is changing, warming and cooling, but those changes will not be the result of human activity. You will soon realize why the temperature magnitudes involved were essentially never included in news reports. And the small increments of temperature rise, some hotly disputed, could not even be recognized by the instrumentation, mostly located in unlikely spots, for measuring surface temperatures in the United States. The sensor-reported data, used and manipulated by the four responsible agencies—land based, marine, or satellite—were not sufficiently accurate to dependably measure even the difference between the coldest year (1911) and the hottest year (1998), which was less than two degrees Fahrenheit during the entire 158-year history of record.
“My purpose is to put all of the facts I have assembled in one location, for ease of observation and analysis, and to show the absolute foolishness involved,” he explains.
About the Author
Tom Shipley was born in Kingsport, Tenn., in 1924. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, and in 1950 graduated with honors from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute in Blacksburg, Va., with a B.S.E.E. degree. Shipley is a retired electrical engineer, previously working for the General Electric Company and Monarch Machine Tool Company. He has written a regular column for Metalworking Production and Purchasing magazine, as well as two cooking books with his wife.
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