Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton says climate change is one of the "most urgent threats of our time," and has compared her plan to install five hundred million solar panels on homes and for every home in America being powered by clean energy by 2027 to President John F. Kennedy's goal to land Americans on the moon and return them safely to earth.
That's an affront to America's greatest scientific achievement and to those who made landing Americans on the moon possible. Her plan would do nothing to reduce the threat of global warming.
So says Duane Hyland, who shares the concern that CO2 can result in warming of the planet. He looks at the problem rationally and scientifically, arguing that spending hundreds of billions of dollars to stop the oceans from rising, subsidizing the construction of thousands of wind turbines and millions of solar panels, and producing billions of gallons of ethanol will do little to reduce global warming.
Join the author as he questions false assumptions and makes the case that courageous, brilliant scientists can tackle global warming by developing totally new, nonpolluting forms of energy in Steal the Wind, Reap the Whirlwind.