‘This Is Not a Test’: The ‘Science’ Behind Climate Change
A new book by the prominent climate researcher James Hansen claims to debunk the “climategate” scandal and the global warming “scam” perpetrated by the U.S. government.
In his new book, titled “The Science of Climate Change,” the former NASA scientist and co-author of the 2010 book “The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars” argues that global warming is not a hoax and that there is a clear link between CO2 emissions and the Earth’s temperature.
The book is titled “Skeptical Science,” and it is an effort to debunk “the climate-denying ‘skeptics,’ the conspiracy theories, and the propaganda,” Hansen told Fox News.
“It’s a very clear message that there’s a clear connection between CO 2 emissions and global warming,” Hansen said.
Hansen was one of the main architects of the “CO 2 Theory” theory that the U,S.
had used to justify its global warming policies.
He and his colleagues were later arrested and prosecuted in 2011, for “conspiracy to commit a crime against the United States.”
The book has been criticized for its conspiratorial and conspiratorialist framing, but the author and his co-authors argue it’s necessary for the public to have a better understanding of the science behind climate change.
“I think the public has a real need to have the science on climate change, and I think this book will be an important source of that,” Hansen continued.
“Skeptics are a fringe group and there’s no doubt that.
But this book is really about the scientific truth, and there is not just one group of skeptics.
It’s a group of people.”
Hansen says the book has received significant critical reviews and will likely become the first of its kind.
“This is a major book and I’m very proud of it,” he said.
“The science is clear, and it’s also the case that it has been widely used and promoted by the major media.
I’m really glad to have it published.”
Harrison is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, which is the world’s largest network of think tanks.
His research has focused on the role of religion and ideology in promoting climate change and the role religion plays in shaping public opinion.
The author has previously written a book on the subject, titled, “Sustainability: The Case for Global Greening,” and his latest book, “Coalitions: What to Do About Climate Change, How to Live in the Future, and Why,” was published in May.
Harrison says the current crisis is the result of a “coronavirus” pandemic, which he blames on a number of factors.
“There’s this notion that climate change is just another pandemic.
It is a new virus.
It has to be treated as such.
I don’t think this is a virus.
The virus has been here for decades.
I think it’s just a new disease.
We’ve been fighting the virus for decades.”