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The Coming Global Superstorm by Art Bell, Whitley Strieber 0671041916 9780671041915
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The Coming Global Superstorm by Art Bell, Whitley Strieber

The end of the twentieth century saw some of the most violent weather on record. Scientific evidence suggests this trend marks the beginning of a climatological nightmare: a massive and unprecedented storm of unimaginable destructive force. <P> What will trigger it? <P> Global warming is about to cause the North Atlantic Current to drop to a more southerly route, causing cold Arctic air to barrel into overheated temperate zones. <P> What will it be like? <P> Sudden, dramatic changes in climate all over the world. Blizzard conditions. Sustained winds in excess of 100 miles per hour. The most severe winter storms in history. Shocking death rates. <P> What can we do to stave it off? <P> Plenty. Art Bell and Whitley Strieber, two of Americas leading investigators of unexplained phenomena, offer a wealth of viable solutions in this imressively researched examination of modern environmental science and weather-related disaster. The Coming Global Superstorm is the most compelling and necessary book of the new millennium.

Author: Art Bell, Whitley Strieber

Language: English

Binding: Mass Market Paperback

Pages: 320

Publisher: Pocket Star Books

Publication Date: 2001-01-02

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ISBN: 0671041916


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