New Book: On Global Warming and the Illusion of Control – Part 1

THIS WAS A STICKY POST. Newer posts have been published.

I’ve been mentioning my new book in blog posts and comments for well over a year. I’ve finished Part 1, which makes up the majority of it. The best news: IT’S FREE.  Click here for a copy (25 MB .pdf).
Cover - Tisdale - On Global Warming and the Illusion of Control

On Global Warming and the Illusion of Control – Part 1 includes introductory discussions of 3 primary topics:

  • the science behind the groupthink of human-induced global warming and climate change,
  • climate models, and
  • even more importantly, many of the numerous known modes of natural variability.

Those fundamental presentations are in layperson terms, with links to more-detailed discussions and peer-reviewed papers.

When you first download the ebook, you’ll note it’s over 700 pages long. Some of you are going to say to yourselves, I’ll never read a 700-page book about global warming and climate change.  I’m not expecting that everyone will. The next thing you might note is that the interactive Table of Contents lists more than 60 chapters.

Those of you who are new to global warming and climate change might want to start with:

  • Chapter 1.2 – What is Global Warming?
  • Chapter 1.5 – What is Climate Change?

Simply click on the titles of those chapters in the Table of Contents, and Adobe Acrobat Reader will fast-forward you there.

Since they’re in the news, others of you might be interested in El Niño events, and are wondering about the processes behind them.  Simply click on Chapter 3.7 – Ocean Mode: El Niño and La Niña.

The Introduction covers a multitude of topics, from the slowdown in global warming to examples of very basic climate model failings; from the political, not scientific, nature of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to global warming ranking low on peoples’ priorities around the globe.

You’ll also note there are 3 General Discussions that lie between the primary sections.  They include:

  • Weather Events and Weather-Related Losses Are Not Getting Worse…And the Thirteen Graphs That Helped Launch a Congressional Investigation
  • On the Claims of Record-High Global Surface Temperatures in 2014
  • On the Reported Record-High Global Surface Temperatures in 2015 – And Will Those Claims Continue in 2016?

As opposed to looking at On Global Warming and the Illusion of Control – Part 1 as a 700+ page book, you might want to consider it as collection of 60+ articles.  Many of the chapters cover topics I’ve never discussed before at my blog ClimateObservations or at WattsUpWithThat.  And for those that I have discussed, a vast number are newly written.  If you were to read one chapter per day, you’d finish in a little more than 2 months.

You’ll note on the cover that this is an “Advance Pre-Edit Copy” of On Global Warming and the Illusion of Control – Part 1.  That is, I have not asked others to proofread it.  And while I’ve read it front to back numerous times and had MS Word spellcheck it, there still might be a few typos.  Please feel free to note any typos in comments for this book at my blog, and, if need be, I’ll publish a group-proofread edition in a few months. (Note:  I have an especially hard time finding typos in the title blocks of the illustrations.)

Why am I giving away a 700+ page book that took me almost 2 years to write?  The primary reason: Free, it should have a much-greater circulation. There are many persons interested in the skeptical aspects of global warming and climate change who simply can’t afford to buy books, especially with the holidays approaching.  Another reason:  This is my way of saying thanks to everyone who has offered constructive comments on the threads of my blog posts at WattsUpWithThat and at my blog ClimateObservations. This book could not have been written without your insights.  Of course, I’m also hoping that many readers will find the two links to my tip jar that are found in the text.

Part 2 is about climate-related data. The first draft has already been written.  Unfortunately, with all of the changes to datasets this year, it will take many months to rewrite it. I’ll try to publish On Global Warming and the Illusion of Control – Part 2 in 2016.

Sorry, I do not plan a version for Kindle readers, but many of you with Kindle readers are aware of software that converts .pdf documents to .mobi files.  Please let others know which conversion software has worked best for you.  Also, I have no plans for a printed edition.  That would defeat the one of the benefits of an ebook: hyperlinks.  And there are so many hyperlinks in the text that I wouldn’t even try to count them.

After you’ve read a bit, please use social media to share On Global Warming and the Illusion of Control – Part 1.  Here’s the short link to this post at my blog:

http://wp.me/p1sULm-2yj

Or if you’d prefer, the here’s short link to this post at WattsUpWithThat:

http://wp.me/p7y4l-yRr

Last, here’s the http address for the book itself:

https://bobtisdale.files.wordpress.com/2015/11/tisdale-on-global-warming-and-the-illusion-of-control-part-1.pdf

Thanks for taking the time from your busy days to read On Global Warming and the Illusion of Control – Part 1.

Cheers.

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About Bob Tisdale

Research interest: the long-term aftereffects of El Niño and La Nina events on global sea surface temperature and ocean heat content. Author of the ebook Who Turned on the Heat? and regular contributor at WattsUpWithThat.
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116 Responses to New Book: On Global Warming and the Illusion of Control – Part 1

  1. Janice Moore says:

    WOW! Bob, your masterpiece of science with its bold stand for truth, thus, liberty, is, truly, priceless. I could never have afforded, in my present circumstances, to buy such a well-researched, high quality, scholarly, work. Thank you, so much, for letting us make the donation we are able to afford. Mine is embarrassingly small or I’d announce it here.

    Ah — ha! I know what I’ll do:

    Attention all Bob Tisdale fans: Suggested Donation = $100.00.
    #(:))

    (and you can quote me on that!)

    Janice

  2. This is excellent and well done. Will be one of the prime items in my arsenal. One point on sea level. You didnt address the wild predictions of future rises. The claim of even 2 meters is physically impossible. I note why here:

    http://libertycannonmedia.com/2015/04/28/national-geographic-2-meters-of-sea-level-rise-by-2100/

    Feel free to include this notion.

  3. Bob Tisdale says:

    Janice Moore, thank you for the kind words, and especially for your donation.

    Cheers.

  4. catweazle666 says:

    Thanks, Bob!

  5. Bob Tisdale says:

    J. Richard Wakefield, thank you. I hope it fits well in your arsenal.

    Sadly, there were many wild predictions and other alarmism, a.k.a. climate porn, I would have liked to have covered, but the book was growing larger and larger daily and had grown too large as it was. Maybe in part 2.

    Cheers

  6. Thanks, Bob Tisdale. Your excellent gift is much appreciated. I will publish links to “On Global Warming and the Illusion of Control – Part 1” in my climate and meteorology pages, and leave a contribution in your tip jar.

  7. Bob Tisdale says:

    catweazle666, you are welcome.

  8. Bob Tisdale says:

    Andres Valencia, the links and contribution will be very much appreciated.

  9. For some reason that link I posted didnt have the image I wanted you to see. But this is the image showing how sea level must rise to get to 2 meters by 2100.

  10. Bruce Cobb says:

    Hi Bob,
    Found one typo so far, in sec. 1.5: “It’s also interesting that the UNFCCC (a United Nations policy) definition of climate change does not agree the IPCC”
    Needs the word “with” after agree.

  11. Bob Tisdale says:

    Bruce Cobb: Thank you. I hate typos.

  12. Bruce Cobb says:

    Another on p. 109; “Climate models only indicate that global warming and climate change could have been caused the increased emissions of greenhouse gases.” Needs the word “by” before “the”.

  13. Bob:

    Thanks for your latest contribution to our cause! In a revision, if any, you could strengthen your argument with the addition of a proof of your assertion that control is only an allusion. A proof is available and has the following components: a) the climate is uncontrollable unless the mutual information of the climate model is non-nil b) For a model that makes “predictions,” the mutual information is non-nil c) For a model that makes “projections,” the mutual information is nil and d) all IPCC climate models make projections and none of them make predictions.

  14. Christopher Paino says:

    Hello Bob,
    Thank you very much for this excellent and invaluable resource.

    I did notice that the Table of Contents refers to the General Discussions as 1, 2 and 3, while the text refers to them as A, B, and C.

    Chris

  15. Frederik Michiels says:

    not sure if im posting this double or if i accidentaly misclicked (saw no moderation notification, but here’s a small typo report: i added the page header of the PDF as reference: it’s the first line of the page

    “Tisdale – On Global Warming and the Illusion of Control – Part 1 –13

    The current versions of the data from 1880 to 2014 (blues curves) are
    compared to the (…)”

    shouldn’t that be “blue curve”?

    excellent work bob even for non native english speaking people this is very easy to read, Got already to page 130 without having to use the dictionary thumbs up!!

  16. Bob Tisdale says:

    Bruce Cobb, thank you again.

  17. Bob Tisdale says:

    Thank you, Terry.

  18. Bob Tisdale says:

    Thank you, Frederik, for finding that typo and for the kind words about readability.

    I’m going to delete your second comment, Frederik. It appears to be a duplicate.

  19. Ben Palmer says:

    Excellent, thank you Bob. The tip is in the jar!

  20. I must disagree with Frederik Michiels:
    “The current versions of the data from 1880 to 2014 (blues curves) are
    compared to the (…)
    shouldn’t that be “blue curve”?
    There are three graphics, and three blue curves.

  21. Bob Tisdale says:

    Andres, I too missed the error even after he pointed it out. My error was that I wrote “blues” not “blue”. That typo hides very well.

  22. Right. Thanks.
    Instead of just links to this page, I published an extract from it as an article, following the articles “Bob Tisdale – The Manmade Global Warming Challenge” and “Bob Tisdale – New Book: “Climate Models Fail””.

  23. Bob Tisdale says:

    Thank you, Andres.

    Cheers.

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  26. Hah! When I read “Part 1” I thought it might be a short read. It is 732 pages. That is deception! 😉

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  29. Wayne Delbeke says:

    Page 220 “capable or warming” should be “capable of warming” Maybe you’ve already fixed it but I don’t see it listed.

  30. Werner Kohl says:

    Hi Bob,
    after having read ~200 pages of your new book I see this is a great work. It contains so many facts in one place. Very valuable for gaining new knowledge – and very good for performing discussions.
    Thank you very much!
    I hope that all readers will give a donation. You really deserve it. And you deserve a lot of readers.

  31. Bob Tisdale says:

    Werner Kohl, thank you for the kind words about the book and especially for your donation.

    Cheers.

  32. Werner Kohl says:

    Hi Bob,
    during a lot of discussions I see that most people don’t want to invest time reading publications or books – especially when they are written in English (I live in Germany).
    So the only way is to tell about those writings in my own words. For this I need to reference the graphs or figures, resp.

    So I have this proposal: Could you load all these graphics of your book(s) individually into your server so I can use the links during the discussions?
    I already do this when I’m talking about your online postings.
    This would be great!

  33. Bob Tisdale says:

    Werner, there are more than 400 illustrations in this book alone. Uploading all of them would require a tremendous amount of time. You are more than welcome to use my book illustrations in your discussions. You should be able to copy them from the .pdf files.

    Sorry if that’s not the answer you wanted to hear.

    Cheers.

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  38. DVan says:

    Hi Bob. I’m 250 pages in and want to thank you for a truly fascinating read. I’ve been sceptical for a long time, but even though excellent posts at WUWT have made me stand my ground, I’m now standing behind loaded guns. I promise to share far and wide. Expect a donation. Many thanks. David

  39. Bob Tisdale says:

    DVan, thank you for the positive feedback…and for your donation.

  40. Marc Vallée says:

    Is there a relationship between temperature variations at the poles (Artic ans Antartic) and variations in the interplanetary magnetic field (IMF)?

  41. Bob Tisdale says:

    Marc Vallée, sorry. I can’t answer your question. But I’ve never heard of one.

    Cheers.

    PS: You may want to ask that question over at TallBloke’sTalkshop:
    https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/
    They monitor numerous interrelationships.

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  47. K. Mitchell says:

    Bob, thanks for this. Any chance of putting out epub and mobi versions?
    Don’t like to read on computers for too long if I can help it. Prefer e-reader, but pdf’s don’t format well on ereaders – graphs are awful.

  48. Bob Tisdale says:

    Sorry, K. Mitchell. I still have no plans for anything other than a pdf version.

    Cheers.

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  52. Bill B says:

    Fascinating. Thanks for your work Bob.

    Noting your distaste for typos, I offer the following:

    213 – from 90 n 2007
    355 – McIntyre was primary force
    382 – predictions should be aligned
    390 – component will uncorrelated across
    400 – high end of the of the model
    402 – have taken during the 18
    410 – compromised and so the way they
    414 – make rainfall far too lightly…..
    424 – to show excessing warming
    490 – at vertically average temperature {elsewhere “averaged”}
    500 – component will uncorrelated across
    503 – coordinates I’ve chose agree
    504 – the mi-1970 to about
    574 – almost ¼ of the way around the globe to {155E  165E?}
    713 – numbers and a various other
    733 – if I had changed a few dollars

    My download was missing pages and graphs, so I will have to try again for my permanent reference copy.

  53. Bob Tisdale says:

    Thank you, Bill B, for catching all of those typos. My concern now is that you said you were missing pages and graphs. Please let me know if this happens when you download another copy.

  54. Thanks for a great work – I appreciate very much all your contributions to the debate.
    A 50 dollar donation has been made – (But I forgot to note that it was from Science or Fiction.)

    By the way, I think there is a typo in the following section:
    MODELED ANNUAL OCEAN HEAT UPTAKE AND ACCUMULATION FOR ALL MODELS (FULL OCEAN)
    “Using the conversion factor presented earlier (1.06*10^22 Joules/year per watt/m^2),”

    I believe that should have been: 1.61*10^22 Joules/year per watt/m^2

    I have missed a clear overview from IPCC regarding energy budget, I think IPCC is obfuscating the matters. I have just made a spread sheet and a post trying to make these things clearer:
    The Post contains (I think) well structured tables, with easy to follow calculations of:
    – The amount of energy and warming deduced from the statements by IPCC
    – The observed amount of energy and warming

    Here is link to the spread sheet containing all my calculations

    [Link to spreadsheet has been removed at the request of the author]

    And – a link to my post comparing the predictions by IPCC with observations:
    IPCC expected 3 times as much warming as observed the last 10 years ! IPCC is wrong!

    My conclusion is that:
    IPCC predicts anthropogenic radiative forcing, which should have resulted in significant warming of the oceans between 0 – 2000 m depth. The observations shows that:

    The lowest estimate by IPCC is 141 % compared to the observed warming
    The central estimate by IPCC is 286 % compared to the observed warming
    The highest estimate by IPCC is 417 % compared to the observed warming

    It is “virtually certain” that IPCC is wrong.

  55. Bob Tisdale says:

    Many thanks for the donation, Science or Fiction.

    Cheers.

  56. Michael Spurrier says:

    http://www.nature.com/nclimate/journal/v6/n2/full/nclimate2872.html

    I was wondering if you would be commenting on the above paper it seems to say that since 2005 “global warming” mostly has been confined to 60°S-20°S…..thanks

  57. Bob Tisdale says:

    Michael Spurrier, thanks for the link. I’ll have to take a look.

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  61. Dorothy 4 Squires says:

    Cooler heads. Will prevail as the soalar minimum continue s itls phase.

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  67. John Michael Williams says:

    I can’t seem to find an Email address for Bob Tisdale, so I’ll post my message to him here:
    Dear Mr. Tisdale:
    I’ve been reading your 2015 Ebook, “On Global Warming and the Illusion of Control — Part 1″.
    Circa p. 50, I find: ” . . . the human impacts of global warming is so firmly fixed in place that it is nearly impossible to publish papers that challenge it. Scientists who question the dogma are likely to lose government funding and/or their jobs.”
    Hmmm. If you get tired of global warming and still want to be cast out by publication-ruling “experts”, you might consider trying biological effects of microwaves. You can find all the controversy anyone could want in the first six pages of my “Biological Effects of Microwaves: Thermal and Nonthermal Mechanisms”, available online at http://www.scribd.com/doc/45663757/Biological-Effects-of-Microwaves-Thermal-and-Nonthermal-Mechanisms .

    My own contribution to the global warming problem is online at
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/36483927/Entropy-shows-that-global-warming-should-cause-increased-variability-in-the-weather .

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  70. Kevin Hearle says:

    Hi , Congratulations from NZ on a well written book, it will add majorly to our understanding of the topic. Sea level has been a topic of discussion in NZ and the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment used SPM.9 graphic on page 19 of her report. I added to that graphic the Av line 1.4mm/yr. It gives a basis for comparisons of climate models with reality. I calculated that sea level in NZ had to rise by 9mm / yr every year from now to the end of the century to reach the RCP 8.5 projections. I am not sure that comment found fertile ground. Note I have sent her your book , also to our Minister for climate change who confessed publicly that she was totally ignorant of the science of climate. Wish us luck with policy making in a self confessed environment of ignorance.
    regards

    Thanks for everything, Kevin.

    Cheers,

    Bob

  71. ren says:

    Solar Dipole.

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  73. Tom says:

    So, we do nothing to control our part in increasing this problem. Just say “no”

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  75. Bob Tisdale says:

    Tom, based on your comment, it appears you didn’t read the book. Or maybe you read it, but you didn’t comprehend it. Otherwise you wouldn’t have written what you’ve written.

    Adios.

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  82. Mike Flynn says:

    Bob Tisdale,

    I’ll make just one comment, and then leave you alone.

    From your book, relating to GHGs –

    “They allow sunlight to pass through the atmosphere and reach the surface of the planet. The Earth then radiates that heat back to outer space…or tries to radiate it back to space. And that’s where greenhouse gases come into play. Greenhouse gases return some of the outgoing radiation back to the Earth’s surface, causing it to be warmer than it would be if the greenhouse gases did not exist.”

    Unfortunately, if you think about it for a moment, the Sun shines only during the day, during which time the surface is cooler than it otherwise would be. The atmosphere prevents roughly 30% of insolation reaching the surface. It is true that the atmosphere returns some surface radiated heat back to the surface. However, what is not mentioned is that any heat radiated from the surface causes the surface temperature to drop. Any radiation returned does not even make up for this temperature drop.

    Additionally, the effect noticed that the surface is warmer than it otherwise would be, occurs only at night, when the atmosphere’s insulating effect reduces the surface’s rate of cooling. But cool it does.

    GHGs provide no heat energy themselves. This seems to be overlooked by climatologists, who don’t seem to realise that insulators only impede to one degree or another, the rate of transfer of energy.

    As to the oceans, people tend to overlook that the Earth is mainly molten rock, with an extremely thin layer of congealed crustal material overlaid by water which is liquid in the abyssal depths due to the relative closeness of the molten interior of the Earth. The Moon’s surface temperatures provide an example of an insignificant amount of atmosphere, combined with a very small molten core a long way from the surface.

    I’m reasonably sure you won’t agree with me. However, my facts are borne out by basic physics, and backed up by measurements. That’s enough for me to say that the greenhouse effect is non demonstrable in any scientific context, and not necessary in any case.

    I mean no offense, but applying Occam’s razor seems worthwhile to the apparent global warming, which is more easily explicable by other mechanisms. Once again, no greenhouse effect needed.

    Cheers.

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