The Inquisition of Climate Science, Paperback Book

The Inquisition of Climate Science Paperback

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Modern science is under the greatest and most successful attack in recent history.

An industry of denial, abetted by news media and "info-tainment" broadcasters more interested in selling controversy than presenting facts, has duped half the American public into rejecting the facts of climate science-an overwhelming body of rigorously vetted scientific evidence showing that human-caused, carbon-based emissions are linked to warming the Earth.

The industry of climate science denial is succeeding: public acceptance has declined even as the scientific evidence for global warming has increased.

It is vital that the public understand how anti-science ideologues, pseudo-scientists, and non-scientists have bamboozled them.

We cannot afford to get global warming wrong-yet we are, thanks to deniers and their methods. The Inquisition of Climate Science is the first book to comprehensively take on the climate science denial movement and the deniers themselves, exposing their lack of credentials, their extensive industry funding, and their failure to provide any alternative theory to explain the observed evidence of warming. In this book, readers meet the most prominent deniers while dissecting their credentials, arguments, and lack of objectivity.

James Lawrence Powell shows that the deniers use a wide variety of deceptive rhetorical techniques, many stretching back to ancient Greece.

Carefully researched, fully referenced, and compellingly written, his book clearly reveals that the evidence of global warming is real and that an industry of denial has deceived the American public, putting them and their grandchildren at risk.

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 272 pages, 7 line drawings
  • Publisher: Columbia University Press
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Global warming
  • ISBN: 9780231157193

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