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by Henrik Svensmark

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ISBN:
1840468661
Author:
Henrik Svensmark
Category:
Astronomy & Space Science
Language:
English
Publisher:
Icon Books Ltd; Second Edition edition (June 10, 2004)
Pages:
296 pages
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has been added to your Cart. Danish Scientist Henrik Svensmark put forth a theory that cosmic radiation from space great effects the formation of clouds on earth and the factors that lessen or increase the effect

has been added to your Cart. Danish Scientist Henrik Svensmark put forth a theory that cosmic radiation from space great effects the formation of clouds on earth and the factors that lessen or increase the effect. After much controversy over many years, his theory was finally proven True by CERN in their Swiss Particle Accelerator. The book lays proof that "human caused climae change" is a myth and that the lie is being foisted on the citizens of earth. This is a MUST READ! T. Stewart, Camarillo, CA.

During the last 100 years cosmic rays became scarcer because unusually vigorous action by the Sun batted away many of them. Fewer cosmic rays meant fewer clouds-and a warmer world. The theory, simply put here but explained in fascinating detail, emerges at a time of intense public and political concern about climate change.

the new 246 page book by Henrik Svensmark and Nigel Calder. plausible explanation to global climate variability on all time scales. After many setbacks described in the book Svensmark has now elaborated his. cosmic ray theory into a very robust construct on the interaction between. supernovae, solar activity and low lying clouds. Despite the complicated science. Cloudiness, which is directly related to the flux of muons, determines temperature at the surface of the Earth and in the lower troposphere. Shortterm fluctuations of muon flux change the cloudiness by 3 to 4% (Svensmark and Calder 2008). The Report does not discuss this at al. .

The theory, simply put here but explained in fascinating detail in the book . Henrik Svensmark leads a group examining the Sun's effects on the climate, at the Danish National Space Center in Copenhagen

The theory, simply put here but explained in fascinating detail in the book, emerges at a time of intense public and political concern about climate change. Henrik Svensmark leads a group examining the Sun's effects on the climate, at the Danish National Space Center in Copenhagen. He has published 50 scientific papers on theoretical and experimental physics, including six landmark papers on climate physics.

The authors explain their theory that sub-atomic particles from. As prize-winning scie 'Before you make up your mind about climate change you are advised to read this controversial, compelling book' Nexus. Scientists agree that the earth has become hotter over the last century. But on the causes, despite what looks to the public mind like a consensus, there are dissenting voices.

By (author) Henrik Svensmark, By (author) Nigel Calder. His Magic Universe (OUP, 2003) was shortlisted for the Aventis Prize in 2004.

He previously headed the sun-climate group at DSRI.

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Scientists agree that the earth has become hotter over the last century. But on the causes, despite what looks to the public mind like a consensus, there are dissenting voices. Based on Henrik Svensmark's research at the Danish National Space Center, this book outlines a brilliant and daring new theory that has already provoked fresh thinking on global warming. As prize-winning science writer Nigel Calder and Svensmark himself explain, an interplay of the sun and cosmic rays - sub-atomic particles from exploded stars - seem to have more effect on the climate than man-made carbon dioxide. For anyone interested in the real science behind our climate, this book is a must-read.
  • Jorad
A very interesting perspective on the many natural extraterrestrial influences on our earth and its climate, especially our Sun's Magnetic Field Strength and to a lesser extent our Earth's own Magnetic Field Strength (which are both extremely weak right now) that reduce the Sun's Solar Wind protection of our Earth from deeper penetration of Cloud-Forming Cosmic Rays that increase Low-Cloud Cover and provide Cooling (i.e., Negative Feedbacks) to Atmospheric and Surface Warming.

I reinforces the well-understood science that refutes the man-made global warming hypothesis. Most importantly, it underscores the very many diverse and powerful fully-natural External and Internal Earth Climate systems that keep our planet's climate in balance with its own Natural Variability which is renders Man's effects and especially the trace-concentrations of CO2 at only 400 ppm negligible.
  • Aurizar
This is a wonderful book that focuses on the experiments and the science that brings evidence about the cosmic influences on earth's climate. I learned very much and the book is written in a way that an educated person with basic understanding of science will be able to follow. Svensmark and colleagues are true scientists that follow the saga of men like Richard Carrington, Walter Maunder, Milutin Milankovitch, Hartmut Heinrich, Eugene Parker, Willi Dansgaard, Johann Oeschger among others. The events studied are complex and bring together scientists and results from anthropology and human evolution, through chemistry, physics and astronomy. The authors have much to tell and wasted little time with the hypothesis of anthropogenic CO2-based global warming. Like Copernicus, they show that, as climate is concerned, man is not at the center of the universe but subjected to natural law. This is no surprise considering the long history of climatic change since billion years ago, without Homo sapiens. The confirmation and extension of the experimental SKY project involves now about 50 scientists from different institutions - the CLOUD experiment at CERN:
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  • Felolak
Danish Scientist Henrik Svensmark put forth a theory that cosmic radiation from space great effects the formation of clouds on earth and the factors that lessen or increase the effect. After much controversy over many years, his theory was finally proven True by CERN in their Swiss Particle Accelerator.

The book lays proof that "human caused climae change" is a myth and that the lie is being foisted on the citizens of earth.

This is a MUST READ!

T. Stewart, Camarillo, CA
  • Iraraeal
This is the second edition of the book and it fleshes out the conclusions of the first edition in a somewhat more
detail.

It is a fascinating read, not just for what it says, but for what it didn't have the room to say. For that you will
need to read Svensmark's paper on super novae and their effect on the evolution of life on this planet.

The hypotheses as put forward in this book, are good science. They are supported by experiment---and
is one of the few, if not the only, hypotheses to adhere to this aspect of the scientific method. They are also supported by a later experiment at the CERN Hadron Collider: the CLOUD experiment. It
demolishes the idea of CO2 beyond a certain level being "evil."

Calder's writing explains Svensmark's work clearly and uncompromisingly.

Compulsory reading for all politicians, civil servants, and Greens.
  • Oso
This book requires an open mind, some critical thinking, and eyes open to new concepts. An old proverb states: all progress stems from unpopular decisions - so if you're an avid believer of Al Gore and the UN's IPCC you're wasting your time. When comparing Svensmark's advanced thinking to Pythagoras discovering a round earth in 500 BC, you will be amazed at how organized and logical his perception of our climate is, similar to Pythagoras actually having accurately computed the earths circumference in 500 BC. Both were unpopular as their work didn't fit into political agendas of their time - however, I commend their persistance in persuing science without an agenda. The book is a fascinating and worthwhile read and is written for a general audience, though parts of it require some pondering to digest the concepts. Svensmark was not entirely alone in his discoveries as previous work has contributed to his; however his work has become a milestone through his own contributions as well as enjoining other evidence into a predictable scientific basis of climate change.