Lunch and Book-Signing with Dennis Avery
On Thursday, November 16, 2006, The Heartland Institute will cosponsor a free lunch and book signing (11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.) with Dennis Avery, coauthor of Unstoppable Global Warming Every 1,500 Years, at The HotHouse, 31 East Balbo (corner of Balbo and Wabash), in Chicago’s South Loop.
Avery and S. Fred Singer have written an exciting, fact-filled book on global warming that is bound to be controversial in public policy and environmental circles. The authors say the Earth experiences a moderate, natural warming period roughly every 1,500 years caused by a solar-linked cycle.
Unstoppable Global Warming Every 1,500 Years assembles physical and historical evidence of the natural climate cycle that ranges from ancient records in Rome, Egypt, and China, to 12,000 antique paintings in museums, to Vikings’ tooth enamel in Greenland cemeteries, to high-tech analyses of ice cores, seabed sediments, tree rings, fossil pollen, and cave stalagmites.
Dennis Avery, a senior fellow with the Hudson Institute, is an economist who holds outstanding performance awards from three federal agencies and received the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement as a senior policy analyst for the U.S. Department of State in 1993.
Avery’s co-author, S. Fred Singer, is a climate physicist who is internationally known for his work on climate, energy, and environmental issues. This event is being cosponsored by the Hudson Institute, Science and Environmental Policy Project, and Lincoln Legal Foundation.
Admission and a buffet lunch are free, but we really hope you will call to let us know you are coming.