The Great Global Warming Blunder

The Great Global Warming Blunder

You can’t go to the local coffee shop or work water cooler without finding someone talking about the threat of global warming, either for or against. It’s a very divisive subject with countless books and television shows pitting one scientist against another.

The Great Global Warming Blunder by Roy Spencer, a former NASA climatologist, attempts to blow the lid off the debate and prove once and for all that Mother Nature has duped everyone. The book does a very good job of providing his argument in laymen’s terms. You don’t need a degree in climatology to figure it out.

Basically, he says that the Earth is much less impacted by the actions of the human race than you think and that Mother Nature has used her wiles to confuse scientists into thinking that too much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is a bad thing. According to Spencer, the recent warming of the Earth is caused by chaotic naturally occurring weather currents that have been warming and cooling the Earth for millennia.

The human race with all its technology really has overstated impact on the Earth and that the increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is actually beneficial in the long run. The global warming debacle has been fueled by group-thinking created this global panic that is completely unfounded. Regardless of what side you belong to on the global warming debate, you should sit down and read Spencer’s book. He provides highlights and information that will completely transform the way you think about global warming and its impact.