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Six examples of errors in "The skeptical environmentalist" are here treated in detail as an illustration. Some of these errors are clearly deliberate. Others are maybe deliberate, maybe not. Some are easily understood, once they have been pointed out to you. Others are quite complicated to understand.
But in any case, they all mislead the reader.
Example 1. Limits to rice yields ? (chapter 9)
Example 2. Historical trends in global forest area (chapter 10)
Example 3. Air pollution in London in previous centuries (chapter 15)
Example 4. Declining semen quality (chapter 22)
Example 5. How many documented extinctions per year ? (chapter 23)
Example 6. Man´s contribution to global warming (chapter 24)
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