Global Warming Reports Examined in New Book
The U.K. Met Office recently confirmed no discernible global warming has happened in the last 16 years, despite ever increasing carbon dioxide emissions. United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) also recently publicly acknowledged this reality. Inspired by these events and by Martin Durkin's "The Great Global Warming Swindle," the documentary dubbed by some as the definitive retort to Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth," author Peter Sullivan publishes his own no-holds-barred analysis in a daring, unprecedented work, titled Punch-Drunk on CO2...Dizzy from Spin: Catastrophic Man-Made Global Warming - Sustainable Hypothesis or Unsustainable Hoax?
Springing from dedicated research, inquiry and observation, Sullivan's book questions the catastrophic man-made global warming hysteria-rebranded as climate change-drawing attention to information that casts serious doubts over claims of a coming climate catastrophe. This is deemed necessary as the subject of anthropogenic global warming and climate change has created so much controversy and division amongst the world's scientists, politicians, economists, and others who have a vested interest in the issue.
"At the very heart of the matter is a basic supposition that carbon dioxide emitted from human activity is causing catastrophic global warming and is driving climate change," states Sullivan. "There are many who claim that 'the science is settled' regarding climate change, and unless action is urgently taken to halt climate change, the world will reach a 'tipping point' whereupon extreme climatic events will have catastrophic consequences for the world over the coming decades. Others argue that this is simply alarmist nonsense."