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Lawrence M Krauss is an American-Canadian theoretical physicist, cosmologist, and international lecturer who previously taught at Arizona State University, Yale University, and Case Western Reserve University. Krauss is launching his new book, "The Physics of Climate Change".

More information on the book can be found here:

This is the 9th book Krauss has authored which includes "The Physics of Star Trek." The book was written to to briefly and clearly present the science of climate change in a way that is accessible to laypeople, providing the perspective needed to understand and assess the foundations and predictions of climate change. There's also particular excitement about this launch because it will finally put forth an end to the controversy as the science reveals that climate change is factual and poses real global threats to our future way of life.

The Physics of Climate Change sets its main focus on the facts, the processes, the physics of our complex and changing climate, but delivered with eloquence and urgency. Readers will likely find a particular interest in the recognition of the damage that humans have already caused and the dire prospects that lie ahead if we do not change course soon. This book will change the way we think about the future.

Krauss has a background as a noted physicist, a talented writer, and a scientist deeply engaged with public affairs. "His book deserves wide readership. The book's eloquent exposition of the science and the threats should enlighten all readers and motivate them to an urgent concern about our planet's future" says Lord Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal, former president of the Royal Society.

Krauss is not a climate scientist, but neither are most people who will be affected by climate change in this century. In the style of his previous books, which aim to make what may seem like complicated forefront science accessible to everyone, he shows in this book how climate change is based on fundamental easy to understand physics, and describes how scientists came to their present understanding, as well as providing numerous illustrations to empirical data that we can use to check our theoretical expectations.

When asked about why he wrote the book, Krauss said, "This book is for anyone who has wondered about the basic science behind climate change, how well-grounded it is, how much it relies on complicated model building, etc. It is meant for 'skeptics' as well as 'true believers', in order to clear up popular confusion regarding climate change and its implications for our future."

This book provides a unique, clear, accurate, and easily accessible perspective of climate science and the risks of global inaction. The narrative, which movingly opens and closes on a Mekong Delta riverboat, lyrically explores the history of how scientists progressed to our current understanding of the Earth's climate and its future. Replete with informative illustrations, this engaging book will allow readers to assess which climate predictions are firmest and which are more speculative. The Physics of Climate Change is required reading for anyone interested in understanding humanity's role in the future of our planet.

Krauss has hopes that readers will find this book inspiring to open their eyes to new aspects of the world around us and make what may seem like an intimidating subject enjoyable to learn about. This positive outlook from the author is certainly testament to their optimism considering some of the mishaps during its creation. The global COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 while devastating allowed Krauss the time and focus needed for to research and write his book.

Krauss made a point of thanking the likes of Neil deGrasse Tyson, Keith Ogorek, John Dahl, Tony Haymet, Susan Solomon, and the late Wallace Broecker. He is truly thankful for his editor and publisher, Adam Bellow, and the Post Hill Press team for seeing his vision come to reality.

Those interested in learning more about Krauss' books can visit: bhpg.or

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