One of the things that is getting a lot of lip service currently is the use of alternative fuels to power cars and trucks that normally run on gasoline—so called flex fuel vehicles (FFVs). The most common “flex fuel” is E85 ethanol, a mixture of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline. The trouble is FFVs are gas guzzlers in green clothing.
One of the central points presented in The Resilient Earth is the fundamental immaturity of climate science and how unreasonable it is to ask for accurate predictions working from the current state of both climate theory and available data. We used the formulation of the three pillars of science—theory, experiment and computation—as the framework of our argument. As an example why we take this stand consider a recent article in the journal Science.
The authors of The Resilient Earth, Al and Doug, would like
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