Most published books are one-sided in the climate debate between alarmists and skeptics. My book on the climate debate presents both sides of the debate with considerable technical detail and weighs the supporting evidence. It is found that in general, the data in climatology are very sparse and noisy. Yet climatologists seem willing to draw a dollar's worth of conclusions from a penny's worth of data. The sad truth is that we don't really have good answers to the questions raised in the climate debate. My book shows why this is so. This new edition includes hundreds of references not included in the original version, and the book is expanded by more than 100 pages.
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About the Author
Donald Rapp received his M. S. from Princeton and Ph. D. from Berkeley. He has half a century of experience as a professor, scientist and engineer. He was full professor at the University of Texas and later, Chief Technologist of the Mechanical and Chemical Systems Division of JPL/Caltech. He is known for his unique capability to pull together the disparate elements of diverse subjects such as climate change into a cohesive, clear exposition. He has published seven books (quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, solar energy, Mars space missions, ice ages, climate change and financial bubbles).