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on 23 September 2010
I think that this book is a very good read for anyone who needs to cut through the politics of this issue. It is a thoughtful and scholarly work of science. It is informative, educational and devoid of the usual spin. A must read for anyone interested in the science of climate change.THANK YOU! Prof Carter.

PS: Lots of references for you to follow. A five star read.
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on 30 June 2010
What an excellent book; clear and concise in every way. All of the various tricky subjects were covered and all reasonable questions asked and answered
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on 13 February 2013
An excellent coverage of the reasons why "global warming" now referred to as climate change as there has not been any warming since the end of the 90s may have next to nothing to do with CO2.
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on 26 December 2010
Bob Carter's book provides an excellent summary of the science that supports the sceptical position on the global warming debate. Bob Carter make it clear that the science behind the arguments for man-made global warming is highly dubious at best, and that self interest has driven the alarmist climate claims. Carter cites what seem to be authoritative scientific sources for his arguments, and if he is correct then the claims of human causes for global warming up until 1998 (the world has cooled slightly since then) are hopelessly wrong. Carter uses calm logic, not extravagant claims, so this book is definitely worth a read.
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on 19 July 2010
The auther is very thourough and balanced.
He gives a good review of the current state of knowledge on climate science and
the uncertainity of the facts, He makes a good point that climate has always
changed and will continue to change. The book is very complete; even giving
good coverage of the politics of climate change. Interestingly it used to be called
global warming!
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on 26 July 2012
A very informative book - highly detailed. I would recommend this to be read by anyone who doesn't fully understand climate change issues.
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on 20 January 2012
Excellent, informed book on how CO2 emissions are not really a problem and the whole thing has been totally exaggerated.
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on 1 August 2010
This book puts the realist case very well. Warmism is just a political weapon to insure that the ruling class can tax us and exercise power over us. That's why they're trying to scare the living daylights out of us.
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on 3 May 2011
A comprehensive review of the whole subject of alleged AGW (anthropogenic global warming) and its offshoot in the form of carbon tax and trading policies. The book details all the fallacies in the "settled" climate science and the staggering revelations arising from the Climategate scandal. Every point made is backed up by the catalog of sources and references. In my opinion this book is the best so far in demonstrating that AGW and carbon trading are the greatest scam yet perpetrated on the human race.
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on 19 March 2013
supports my already held views with evidence and argument. Would like to know how the case can be broadcast globally against the well funded and politically 'acceptable' false view.
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