Polar Bears in the Hot Tub
Polar Bears in the Hot Tub is an inquiry that asks different questions about global warming and the predicted hazards. This book follows a different path of research to find answers to questions that no one is bothering to ask. Is climate change inevitable? Are we solving the wrong problem? Are Polar bears languishing in warmer and warmer arctic waters? Maybe not.
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Forwards by Chapters One through Six
Chapter One North Pole Home of the Polar Bears
Chapter Two Fuel Types and CO2 Concentration
Chapter Three Coal As a Fuel
Chapter Five Greenlands Black Ice
Chapter Six The Future With Understanding and Wisdom
Table of References
air temperature Arctic Ocean atmosphere batteries biodiesel black ice burning coal burning methane burning natural gas Carbon particles carbon soot cause chemistry Chlorine CO2 increased coal plants concentration of CO2 create decreased degrees F dense as air dispersed droplet earth earthquakes energy exhaust gas feet Ferrel cell FORWARD for CHAPTER fossil fuels future gas from burning gas turbines gases global warming graph Greenland heat heavier than air ice age ice area ice melted ice shelfs industrial revolution jet engine jet fuel jet planes lighter than air liquid fuels magma magma activity melting ice miles mixes with air molecule natural gas nitrogen NOAA North Pole piston engines Polar Bears population power plants ppm/year predict problem reduce CO2 rising magma sea levels shore smoke soot South Pole stack gas sulfur and nitrogen sulfuric acid Summer ice thermal turbine engines volcanoes water vapor water-gas West Antarctica