O. Box 730462, D-22124 Hamburg
P. O. Box 730462; D-22124 Hamburg
Subject: The thesis naval war changes climate explained.
Reference: “War changes Climate – The Naval War Effect”, June
Dear Madam or Sir,
In January 2006 this websites went online giving access to a number of
essays on topics concerned with climate change in the navigation box:
Previous Essays. Among them is a short paper from 1996 titled: “Climatic
Change 1939-1945 – A Matter Of War At Sea?” The interest in the
thesis than was not very overwhelming.
This might now change. One month ago my second book explaining the
thesis in details has been published by Trafford/Canada, ISBN
141209059-8, and is available online on www.warchangesclimate.com.
Actually you will find a ‘bundle’ of thesis, facts, explanations,
and evidence, demonstrating the interrelation between the only two
major climatic shifts during the last century, and the two World Wars,
1914-1918, and 1939-1945.
The rational behind all the efforts is simple. The ocean is the
ultimate driving force behind our daily weather and climate. Since
long climate should have been defined as “the continuation of the
oceans by other means”. An imprecise word for ‘long term weather
statistics’ would thus have been given a reasonable meaning. The
naval war thesis is strongly supporting this view.
Hoping that you will find the new book an interesting reading, I am
wishing you well.
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