Angus Rose

Helpful votes received on reviews: 57% (8 of 14)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 609,700 - Total Helpful Votes: 8 of 14
The Global Warming / Climate Change Hoax: Fraud, L&hellip by Wayne C. Weeks
Getting past the first page of this apparently unedited book, was challenging to say the least. There are numerous grammatical errors, spelling mistakes, logical flaws and general incoherence.
In the section titled 'Mathematical Modelling', he speaks of 'Green House Gases' and then also says things like 'which do not account the non-linearity properly' and 'most of the models consider the earth to be flat'.
Living in Denial: Climate Change, Emotions, and Ev&hellip by Kari Marie Norgaard
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Essential reading, 21 Dec 2013
Kari's comprehensive study of a Norwegian community details the process by which climate change, although recognised as real, is perceived through an interpretive lens as distant and un-actionable and therefore irrelevant.

Discussion of climate change is key in creating the necessary social presssure to enable political action.

We need to talk about climate change to our friends, relatives and work colleagues. This is the way forward.


Btw, Johan RF's comment would classify him as a literal denialist - someone who dimisses evidence without consideration.
Watermelons: How Environmentalists are Killing the&hellip by James Delingpole
7 of 13 people found the following review helpful
James Delingpole doesn't need to study a subject or be accountable for his claims, as he's 'right about everything' (his own words).

He has admitted that he doesn't study climate science, he instead interprets interpretations.

I don't see much value in his contribution to a subject that is particularly complex and serious.

I read the first ten pages of the book, then dropped it.