The Plate Climatology Theory was introduced to the public on Climate Change Dispatch October 7, 2014.
The overall theory contends that increased geological activity, either locally or globally, equates to more heat and chemically charged heated fluid release from active geological features into oceans, sub-glacial polar areas, and the atmosphere.
This altered heat and fluid input has in the past, and still to this day, acts to significantly affect Earth’s climate and climate-related events. To describe this new theory, the term Plate Climatology Theory was created.
This book will provide the reader with reliable data, observations, and hypotheses that clearly demonstrate the significantly underestimated and underappreciated climate effects of geological forces.
The book presents a plausible alternative explanation to many climate and climate-related events. It is not intended to disprove the Theory of Global Warming / Climate Change.
The publication of this book would not have been possible without the support of the Climate Change Dispatch editor, Thomas Richard.
You can buy a copy of The Plate Climatology Theory: How Geological Forces Influence, Alter, Or Control Earth’s Climate And Climate-Related Events at Amazon.
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