"Fire, Ice and Paradise", Steward, H.L. (2009) Authorhouse, 6x9" version, 156 pages. To order click here or call Authorhouse at 1-800-839-8640. This is an educational book for the non-scientist, including politicians, highlighting the many factors that affect climate change. Eighteen causes are described and most are illustrated. Also included is a summary and write-ups on the 16 climate indicators that help reveal Earth's climate history. Read more >>
"Climate Change Reconsidered: Report of the Non-governmental Panel on Climate Change", (2009). (NIPCC). Chicago, IL: The Heartland Institute, 2009, but Craig Idso and S. Fred Singer. An exhausting coverage of the factors impacting global climate change and a similarly thorough coverage of the benefits of elevated CO2 to the plant and animal kingdoms. Related Video: NIPCC Press Conference - June 2, 2009
"Is the US Surface Temperature Record Reliable?", Anthony Watts (2009) The Heartland Institute, Chicago, IL. Dr. Watts has documented that of the 860 climate monitor stations in the USA, he has had surveyed and photographed, over 89 percent fail to meet the National Weather Service's siting requirements and are biased to finding more warming that exists and that adjustments to the data by NASA and NOAA cause the temperature to look even higher.
"Unstoppable Global Warming Every 1,500 Years", S. Fred Singer and Denis Avery (2007). Is a very good accounting of factors, fears and myths regarding man-made global warming. They document the natural cycle of warmth that has occurred every 1,500 years due to variations within the sun. Related Video: Dennis Avery Discusses Global Warming
"The Deniers", Lawrence Soloman, (2008). This book was written by an environmental journalist who interviewed some of the more prominent scientists skeptical of man-made global warming. To his surprise, he found the credentials of the skeptics to be superior to the believers who supported man-made warming. Related Video: Lawrence Solomon - CSPAN
"TheRightClimateStuff.com", Research results from over two years of extensive study of climate change by a group of retired NASA scientists and astronauts, may with Phd's, who are non-conflicted volunteers and many who have impeccable reputations from having successfully put man on another heavenly body, the Moon. They have seen the opportunity to make another contribution to mankind by taking very incisive look into what is and is not having a significant impact on climate change.