Book: ‘How to Get Expelled From School’ – By Geologist Ian Plimer

How to Get Expelled From School

“A guide to climate change for pupils, parents and punters” – By Ian Plimer – When it comes to global warming and CO2, “you are being fed total nonsense,” says Professor Plimer. “You are being conned.”

How to Get Expelled From School
A guide to climate change for pupils, parents and punters
By Ian Plimer
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We’re being warned that we’re going to “fry-and-die if we don’t change our ways,” says Professor Plimer. “The government demands that we “respect the science” yet at the same time they mislead and deceive and give us no respect.”
“(But) the public has woken up to the hypocritical unctuous sanctimony and self-righteousness of high-profile environmentalists.”

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“It’s well written, packed with references, and has an unapologetic, irreverent tone,” says review by
“If you are a skeptical teacher, this is an essential book; if you are an alarmist teacher, it’s doubly so. This is the ammunition that smart teenagers will use to point score against you. (Be prepared, eh?)”

Sample questions:
7. The temperature increase between breakfast and lunch is far higher than the 0.8 C temperature rise over the last 150 years. Why is such a small change over 150 years dangerous yet larger changes each day are not?
What can your teacher say? Maybe your teacher might argue that a 0.8 C temperature rise is a sign of terrible things to come. Who knows? Email me your teacher’s answer to [email protected]

24. If Carbon dioxide drives global warming, how is it that we have had six major ice ages in the past yet atmospheric carbon dioxide was far higher then than now?
This should make you extremely unpopular with an activist teacher. The aim of the question is to very quickly demonstrate that your teacher is an environmental activist using classes for political advocacy. How dare you ask a logical question based on knowledge that has been validated? Few school teachers have any knowledge of geology so the only way for an activist teacher to handle this question is to question your facts, slam you down, ignore you or throw you out for being disruptive. Don’t think that you will get an answer to this question. The teacher might be silly enough to try to argue that it is just geology and that processes that happened millions of years ago are too slow or do not operate today. Codswallop. The processes that operated in the past still operate today.

Ian Plimer twice winner of Australia’s highest scientific honor, the Eureka Prize, is professor of geology in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Adelaide and is author of seven other books written for the general public in addition to more than 120 scientific papers. He is a strong independent thinker (to put it mildly).

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