2011-01-17 02:17:57The "200-year Global Warming Cycle"?
John Hartz
John Hartz

I received the following email from Amazon today:

"Customers who have purchased or rated Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast by David Archer might like to know that Climatic Effects Created by Atmospheric Greenhouse Gases is now available.  You can order yours for just $43.00 by following the link below."

Here's Amazon's description of the book:

"The temperature on the Earth has exceeded the trend by 0.6 degrees for the last three decades and by 0.74 degrees for the last century. In 50 years a condition of deep cold snap will occur, and new warming will begin only in the beginning of the XXII century. It is connected with the approach of the next 200-years global warming cycle. Thus, forecasts concerning the change of climate are relatively inconsistent. Measures on stabilisation of the climate appear extremely expansive. This book discusses one of the natural phenomena that previously have not been included in the scope of problems related to the greenhouse effect. In this work attention is drawn to the clusterisation of greenhouse gases occurring in the troposphere due to the rapid decrease of temperature commensurate with altitude increase."

The author of the book is: Alexander Y. Galashev

2011-01-17 04:18:24
Paul D



Not sure if this link will work, but he seems to have published a few books about Clusterisation!??!


 Don't know much about Nova, but they are based in the US.

2011-01-17 04:25:34
Paul D


Looking through Google scholar, he has some research published:


Seems to suggest water in atmosphere might reduce the greenhouse capabilities of CO2 and CH4 (based on abstract).