Climate Change and Peak-Oil
by Kar Lee
Publisher: Smashwords 2012
Number of pages: 87
Why is Climate Change so controversial? Are we running out of oil? Was the burning of Moscow in 2010 a result of Global Warming? What is the science behind all these claims? This book provides a critical but concise analysis of the evidence and anti-evidence of the Global Warming theory and the Peak-Oil claim.
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