AFA Literary Cafe: Unstoppable Global Warming Every 1500 Years

AFA’s January Literary Cafe

Unstoppable Global Warming Every 1500 Years
by S. Fred Singer

(author appearance with a dessert reception in his honor)
Date: Wednesday, January 5, 2010 at 7:30 pm
Location: 1339 Roscomare Road, Bel Air (90077).

The home is located 1.3 miles north of UCLA.  From the Bel Air West Gate at Bellagio and Sunset, go north on left fork of Bellagio for 0.6 miles, turn right onto Chalon for 0.2 miles, and turn left at Roscomare traffic circle and go north for 0.5 miles.
Parking: Street parking is available on Roscomare Road and Verano Road.  Attendees should wear walking shoes because it is necessary to walk approx. 300 feet up a driveway to the host’s home

Admission: $20.00

RSVP: Mandatory.  Call the AFA office at (310) 444 3085.
Fred Singer  is an American physicist and emeritus professor of environmental science at the University of Virginia and one of the most vocal opponents of global warming alarmism. Singer trained as an atmospheric physicist and is known for his work in space research, atmospheric pollution, rocket and satellite technology. He is the author or editor of several books including Global Effects of Environmental Pollution (1970), The Ocean in Human Affairs (1989), Global Climate Change (1989), The Greenhouse Debate Continued (1992), and Hot Talk, Cold Science (1997). He has also co-authored Unstoppable Global Warming Every 1,500 Years (2007) with Dennis Avery, and Climate Change Reconsidered (2009) with Craig Idso.

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