Why Scientists Disagree about Global Warming
by Craig Idso, Robert M. Carter, S. Fred Singer
Publisher: Heartland Institute 2016
Number of pages: 135
A detailed analysis of one of the most controversial topics of the day. The authors make a compelling case against claims of a scientific consensus. Surveys of climate scientists, even those heavily biased in favor of climate alarmism, find extensive disagreement on the underlying science and doubts about its reliability.
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