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on 5 November 2014
This book was refreshing in the clear thinking and common sense it brought to the debate. Very easy to read and understand, with some very convincing arguments made to counter the 'consensus' view which the AGW establishment continue to preach.

As you probably gather from the above, I personally am unconvinced of the establishment views on this subject and am horrified at just how so much of the evidence they produce is seriously flawed, so I admit to maybe writing a biased reviewed. But nevertheless, I do feel this book should be read by a wide range of people as it does explode so many of the myths and basic untruths, which continue to be peddled to keep 'believers' in line.

The book manages to remain easily readable most of the time, even when dealing with complex issues, and the author injects the write amount of scientific information needed to put his arguments across clearly.

I would definitely recommend this book for anyone interested to learn more about the great climate change debate, to counter those who repeatedly claim the 'science is settled', and keep the media loving the dramatic stories they can provide.
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on 1 March 2015
Some useful ideas are presented but would be improved by a more dispassionate presentation. The withering scorn gets a little wearing at times.

Yet it is clear that even if only half of what he says is accurate, AGW is indeed a monstrous scam
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on 5 July 2015
This book represents depressing reading for believers in the AGW religion.
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on 3 December 2015
Very clearly written account of the machinations surrounding Global Warming or Climate Change for those that can't make up their minds.
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on 13 April 2013
This is a very clear book, easy to read, and suitable for anyone who wishes to gain a comprehensive view of climate science, and how that doesn't meet the IPCC Model scenarios.

I strongly recommend it to prospective purchasers.
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on 21 June 2013
No book can cover all aspects of this very complex subject but this one manages very well. A die-hard believer will reject it unread but the enquiring mind will find much food for thought. It must be becoming obvious to everyone that all is not well in the world of climate models and catastrophe is postponed. This book gives some of the answers. Of course no one can predict the climate - it is too (apparently) chaotic and all parameters are not yet known, still less understood. Once one understands the true role of CO2 all other things fall into place and everything begins to make sense. This book can lead to other books for further information, and one can hardly suffer from too much information, before deciding what is going on. Recommended!
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on 2 March 2014
This book is a must read item for anyone curious about the Climate Debate and perhaps also about the reasons for the escalating energy bills.
For me the pages merely reiterated much of that I have gleaned from the internet over the last 8 years. Quite astounding and indeed disturbing.
For the current establishment, this book is anathema and grossly heretical; so be warned that your green credentials may well be impugned should you dare to download this.
Roughly a third of the pages are dedicated to the sources of the information; so you may check it all.
All I hope is that you do something about it once read.
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on 17 May 2014
What this book reveals is the immense skulduggery between scientists. The general public imagine that a 'scientist' per se is objective, logical and a seeker of the truth. Whereas in fact they are subject to intense rivalries, they defend indefensible theories and far from being logical they stick to conclusions often in the face of fact. Lord Lawson wrote an appeal to reason. Don't expect scientists to be any more logical and reasonable than the rest of the human race. On the other hand there are some scientists, just as there are some humans, who have vision and logic and attempt to assess data in an objective way. So we have come out of the medieval period of the Inquisition, which would have tortured Galileo on the rack, and did put Giordano Bruno to death by being burnt at the stake. Today the Inquisition is very much alive as Warmist ignoramuses make life hell for those who do not conform to their mistaken theories. Joe Fone has done a great job in exposing the scientific cesspit
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on 17 July 2014
Every country leader should read this book. Also all news media including TV and papers etc need to read and follow up, giving a honest and unbiased opinion. This book has totally changed my mind regarding climate change. Joe Fone gives a tremendous amount of believable information for it not to be taken very seriously by any average intelligent person. You must buy this book. You will astounded.
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on 30 November 2014
Not much that is new, but a really good summary of the argument
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