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Highlights in helioclimatology : cosmophysical influences on climate and hurricanes /

by Perez-Peraza, Jorge A; Libin, I. Y. (Igor Akovlevich).
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier, 2012Edition: 1st ed.Description: xxii, 284 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780124159778 (hardback); 012415977X (hardback).Subject(s): Planetary meteorology | Weather -- Effect of solar activity on | Hurricanes -- Environmental aspectsSummary: "Global change of the climate is a problem at a planetary scale, and the whole world will have to settle it. Making a coordinated decision is as necessary and unavoidable as a common fight against terrorism. And the earlier politicians begin real actions, the less damage will be. But we would like to understand if the man is really such a self-killer, that he tries to kill himself and every living thing on the planet so passionately: from the first minute of it's comparatively intelligent existence the humanity has always made damage to the planet to survive, since it has not had any other way to continue its existence on the Earth. All natural forces and other types of animals have always been stronger than the Homo Sapiens"--Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"Global change of the climate is a problem at a planetary scale, and the whole world will have to settle it. Making a coordinated decision is as necessary and unavoidable as a common fight against terrorism. And the earlier politicians begin real actions, the less damage will be. But we would like to understand if the man is really such a self-killer, that he tries to kill himself and every living thing on the planet so passionately: from the first minute of it's comparatively intelligent existence the humanity has always made damage to the planet to survive, since it has not had any other way to continue its existence on the Earth. All natural forces and other types of animals have always been stronger than the Homo Sapiens"--Provided by publisher.

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