New German anti AGW book and extensive media coverage

By Eco Guy 2:43am 7th February 2012
Breaking News - new book published in Germany today called "The Cold Sun: Why the Climate Disaster Won't Happen". Also extensive anti-AGW newspaper coverage, amazing!

Today is quite an amazing day in Germany for those of us trying to undo the AGW Co2 agenda.

First off a book by Fritz Vahrenholt has been published called 'The Cold Sun: Why the Climate Disaster Won't Happen'. Fritz a former chemistry professor and leftist state politician with Sebastian Luening, who both work at the renewable energy division of RWE, Germany's second-biggest utility company. Basically the books says that Germans should not take such a negative attitude towards fossil fuels. See the original article here.

Then to top off the day, the German daily Bild leads with “THE CO2 LIES … pure fear-mongering … should we blindly trust the experts?” see here for the original article.

To quote:

Germany has now plunged into raucus discord on the heated topic of climate change

What has set it all off? One of the fathers of Germany’s modern green movement, Professor Dr. Fritz Vahrenholt, a social democrat and green activist, decided to author a climate science skeptical book together with geologist/paleontologist Dr. Sebastian Lüning. Vahrenholt’s skepticism started when he was asked to review an IPCC report on renewable energy. He found hundreds of errors. When he pointed them out, IPCC officials simply brushed them aside. Stunned, he asked himself, “Is this the way they approached the climate assessment reports?”

Vahrenholt decided to do some digging. His colleague Dr. Lüning also gave him a copy of Andrew Montford’s The Hockey Stick Illusion. He was horrified by the sloppiness and deception he found. Well-connected to Hoffmann & Campe, he and Lüning decided to write the book. Die kalte Sonne cites 800 sources and has over 80 charts and figures. It examines and summarizes the latest science.

An amazing day for those of us trying to bring some real rational thinking to this debate. Hopefully this pull the wool off quite a few peoples eyes.

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