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The book by Alexander Nikonov, Civilization’s Temperature, represents a new unorthodox view of the global warming problem, as well as the way our climate affects the history of humankind. Overlapping the climatic curve by historical events produces an amazing result: the peak of civilization activity matched periods of cooling. Periods of local climate deterioration are periods of uprise of grand empires, emergence of all world religions, inception of most signifi cant cultural and scientifi c achievements. How much will the temperature rise by the end of the twenty-fi rst century ? Do we need to fi ght global warming, considering that in the not-so-distant future our planet awaits another ice age, which may kill our civilization? You will find answers in this book.
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by on September 30, 2016
- Xlibris, February 2010
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