I think what prompted me to delve into the disingenuous term “Climate Change Denier” was when it was announced in 2011 that the year 2010 was the hottest year on record. While it may sound simplistic, this claim bore no resemblance to data I had collected over the previous sixteen years using my 100 year old thermometer, which records maximum and minimum temperatures each day.
It saddens me to have to note that Professor Robert Carter passed away on 19th January, 2016. May I also note that I have seen absolutely nothing in the media of the passing of a man true to his opinions.
This led me to the purchase of Professor Robert Carter’s excellent book:
1. Climate: The Counter Consensus.
Professor Robert Carter, served as an expert witness on climate change before parliamentary committees in Australia, New Zealand, Sweden and the U.S.A. He was a leading witness in the London High Court case that identified nine major errors in Al Gore’s film, “An Inconvenient Truth”.
Unfortunately this book is no longer in print and 2nd hand items are selling for hundreds of $$$, the image to the left will give you access to the Kindle version.
2. The Neglected Sun
Professor Fritz Varenholt & Dr. Sebastian Luning
Following the outrageous claims that on average 2013 was the hottest year on record, and the claim the month of January was the hottest ever experienced in Australia I purchased a second book which is also currently out of print. The fact that these two books are now selling at these prices is testament to their reference and validity. A Kindle version can also be obtained by clicking the lower image to the left.
I would also recommend reading Dr Jennifer Marohasy's blog here...