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Apologia Educational Ministries Echohysteria: A Scientist Examines the Global Warming Hypothesis--CD

Listen in as Dr. Wile discusses the issues in the environmental debate that's currently ranging in America. Instead of engaging in the emotional hysteria that typically surrounds the topic, he instead gives an appraisal of the environmental situation, showing why he thinks e nvironmentalist claims are devoid of scientific merit. Arguing that environmental "crises" are mostly the inventions of extremists, not actual environmental problems, he also addresses what he believes are the distortions and lies that environmentalists and the media have reported. 56 minutes. Enhanced CD: may be played in a standard CD player, but if inserted into a computer, the listener will show you the slides Dr. Wile uses while he gives the seminar.
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Review 1 for Echohysteria: A Scientist Examines the Global Warming Hypothesis--CD
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Date:June 14, 2010
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Jennifer
This audio lecture is sufficiently respectful and certainly with the scientific credibility that it will be an ideal tool to loan. Our family found it informative, easy to understand but still with a bounty of factual foundation. Thoroughly worthwhile.
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Date:October 20, 2009
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Tiffany Robinson
I found this to be informative and useful for referencing in conversations about global warming. During the introduction he does not use the most accurate wording in some of the social concepts, but scientifically it is sound.
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