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It's the Sun, Not Your SUV: Co2 Will Not Destroy The Earth [Hardcover]

By John Zyrkowski & Peter Dietze (Foreward By)
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Pages   141
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.97" Width: 6.44" Height: 0.73"
Weight:   0.84 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Release Date   Jul 11, 2008
Publisher   St. Augustines Press
ISBN  1587313766  
EAN  9781587313769  

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Global temperatures have increased since 1880. New data show that solar impacts (radiation and magnetic flux) have increased by the same amount and follow the dips in temperature from 1938 to 1970. The report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) says that, based upon computer models, increased solar absorption by CO2 and other "greenhouse gases" (GHG) are overwhelmingly the basis for temperature increases. But increases in global temperatures

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Good Points But Poorly Written  Jul 29, 2008
This book is a disappointment because of the way it is written. The material is not presented clearly. There are too many abbreviated explanations, poor sentences, and other lapses in exposition. Moreover the author assumes the reader is familiar with regression analysis and other statistical concepts. This book is most definitively not for the average reader.

However some readers will upon at least some effort be able to pick up some gems of information not available elsewhere. These gems include:

1. The earthshine series, or the amount of the earth radiation to the dark side of the moon, is the longest series of earth radiation. This series is statistically much more related to the measures of solar radiation and sunspots than the atmospheric quantities of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases.

2. The United Nations International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)overestimates the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The IPCC assumes that carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has a half life of 500 years. Researcher Peter Dietze made his estimations of the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by measuring the half life decay of carbon and other radioactive materials in the atmosphere. He found that the atmosphere carbon dioxide half life to be 38 years. The author and other researchers have used data to get half life estimates to be much closer to Dietze. The author finds the Dietze carbon dioxide atmosphere levels to be a much better fit with the actual data. Moreover the IPCC has overestimated the amount of growth of anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions.

3. The regression anlysis on the revised green house gases, temperature, and solar magnetic field variables demonstrate that the solar magnetic field is a much better indicator of the temperature of the earth.

Mr. Zyrkowski pretty well explains his variables. It is a shame the rest of the book is not better written. Someone should take off on the material of the book and make a better written presentation.
Some Good Books Available on the Role of Solar Activity in Connection with Climate Change, But This Isn't One  Jul 3, 2008
I will be the first to admit that solar activity is being linked with climate change more and more frequently, and there are some good books that touch on this subject, but this isn't one of them. It is poorly written and contains questionable material in the form of numerous graphs.

As anyone who has had basis algebra or statistics can tell you, there are a lot of ways to play with graphs, which this author seems to love. There are numerous ways to fudge graphs to make your case or to shoot down an opponent's case. Whether that occurred here or not I cannot say, as I don't have time to play with and research all the graphs to determine if they have been expanded, shrunk or played with in some other way. What I can determine is the author's lack of understanding about climate science and science in general.

From the beginning, the author uses outdated material to make his case, as in comparing what we are hearing now about global climate change to what was presented in the 2001 IPCC report. As almost everyone knows, the report was reissued last year, and as the author seems able to use recent data from research when it suits his needs, I find it interesting he is comparing everything to the 2001 data from the IPCC.

The author's basic lack of scientific knowledge shows quickly. He mistakes a cold snap in the California citrus area for an indication of a lack of global warming. Micro climate changes are not the issue and are very misleading, as you can measure any point on earth, at any given time, and use that data to argue one way of another. That is but one place of many where the author failed to understand the basics of climate science.

In addition to that, the book is poorly written. At times it can be very condescending to the reader and at other times he moves through material so quickly that it would be impossible for most scientists to keep up. There are much better books on the market, including Singer's and buyers would be well advised to stay clear of this and spend their money on something more accurate and more easily read.


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