Want to Know the Truth about the Earth’s Climate?

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Many citizens believe the United Nations and the US government can no longer be trusted to tell them the truth about climate change? Do you want to know the truth for your next research paper, your next newscast or newspaper column, for your family’s sake, because your business is affected by climate change, or you are a responsible governing official? Then you need the only authoritative, accurate, quarterly report available in the United States on the Earth’s climate – the Global Climate Status Report (GCSR)©.

In addition to the factual coverage of the Earth’s climate status, the 4-2013 Edition of the GCSR also includes a tongue-in-cheek commentary by Mr. Casey about the President’s November 1, 2013 Executive Order on climate change. Climate researcher and author Robert Felix, whose books include “Not by Fire, But by Ice,” and “Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps,” has described Mr. Casey’s review of the Executive Order as “…a fantastic article! Great writing! A perfect combination of wit, sarcasm, opinion, and fact.”

The GCSR is the only source document you will need to get you through the fog of climate change. It is clear, concise, and contains no-nonsense assessments of exactly what the true status of the Earth’s climate really is and where it is heading. It is based on facts and not the political correctness of the day.

The Global Climate Status Report is from the industry leading Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC), in Orlando, Florida.

Climate change data in the GCSR is compiled from the world’s best sources of satellite and ground station climate data and measures the planet’s climate status using 24 different climate parameters.

World class expertise is brought to bear in the GCSR’s publication using distinguished scientists and other experts from around the world.

The GCSR is edited by Mr. John L. Casey, SSRC President. He is a former White House and NASA Headquarters advisor, author of the internationally acclaimed climate book, “Cold Sun,” and was named “America’s best climate prediction expert” by Watchdogwire.com in 2013.

Here is what others are saying about the GCSR:

“Whether it’s global sea levels or the next climate change to a long cold epoch, the Global Climate Status Report is a necessary document in everyone’s library if they want an up-to-date status of the Earth’s climate.” – Dr. Nils-Axel Morner, World Renown Global Sea Level Expert

“The correlation between cold climate periods and major earthquakes and volcanic activity is quite strong. The Global Climate Status Report is the only US published climate report that covers this relationship and otherwise provides for the world’s citizens a clear statement of the Earth’s climate status, where the data is not colored by politics.” – Dr. Dong Choi, Australia, Director of Research, International Earthquake and Volcano Prediction Center

“As Co-Editor of the GCSR, I believe this report is giving everyone what they have needed for years – an authoritative fact based non-political coverage of the planet’s climate using numerous parameters for measurement. I am proud to be part of this important document that allows both scientist, educator or the average person a chance to understand what is happening with the Earth’s climate and why.” – Dr. Ole Humlum, Professor of Physical Geography University of Oslo, Norway

“Mr. Casey and the team at the SSRC give the average citizen the truth about climate change which sadly, we cannot get from our own government. Most importantly, we need to understand what is going to happen in this new cold climate brought on because of the Sun entering its ‘hibernation’ phase. The GCSR is the only climate report that the people can go to get the truth.” – Mr. Bob Knox, President, American Citizen’s League

To get your copy of the Global Climate Status Report now, go on line at the SSRC web site at: www.spaceandscience.net and download it. Pick up the current December 2013 quarterly edition today.