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Announcing the Latest Word on Climate Change


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Helsinki, Finland - In 2003 TheScientificWorldJOURNAL published a seminal review on Global Warming: The Balance of Evidence and Its Policy Implications by Charles “Chick” Keller.  This has been the most consistently read of all TheScientificWorldJOURNAL’s articles.  Now TheScientificWorld is delighted to announce the long awaited update: Global Warming: UPDATE 2007.  In contrast to the United Nation’s comprehensive assessment reports, Dr. Keller’s review and update provide easy access to issues surrounding some of the bigger controversies and assertions about global warming, how these assertions arose, and how the controversies have been resolved in recent years. In its recently released summary the new IPCC report does not provide the how and the why behind the increased certainty of global warming and the human involvement in it.  While Dr. Keller's update is not intended to be a substitute for the scholarly and important IPCC report, it does make the entire picture about the global warming controversy more accessible to readers and includes a response to certain critics’ and scoffers’ skepticism. The reality of global warming still might have hotly contested issues, but now the informed outnumber the ill-informed, which is another step to developing educated policy changes. 

About the author: 
After a distinguished career in the national security establishment, Dr. Charles F. “Chick” Keller spent thirteen years heading the University of California's Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics Branch at the Los Alamos National Laboratory prior to his retirement in 2001.  During these years he became involved in a variety of issues related to climate change and its causes and took on the task of developing counter-arguments to some of the more vexing issues raised by climate skeptics.  His two contributions in TheScientificWorldJOURNAL summarize his work in this area.

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