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5.0 out of 5 stars Exposing widespread myths and deliberate frauds, 15 Feb. 2012
This review is from: Watermelons: How Environmentalists are Killing the Planet, Destroying the Economy and Stealing Your Children's Future (Paperback)
It seems everyone is banging on about manmade climate change these days (the scientific theory formerly known as Global Warming). Well, whether you are a realist or Warmist you must read this book.

Is our climate is changing? Yes. And it always has. But the real question is are humans exacerbating it and if not why are poeple promoting the anthropomorphic theory? Cui bono?

There will be those who moan and gripe that the author is not a scientist, which is true, but his copious footnotes show he roots his work in scientific research. As such his argument labelling Warmist Theory as "the fastest growing religion of the modern age" is hard to refute.
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Initial post: 15 Feb 2012 20:33:38 GMT
I would be pleased if you could give some examples of Mr Dellingpole's science footnotes as his Daily Telegraph blog pieces gladly confess that he neither understands the science nor wants to.

Posted on 16 Feb 2012 08:42:49 GMT
Martin Lack says:
"...his copious footnotes show [Delingpole] roots his work in scientific research". Given that Delingpole is on record as admitting that he cannot and does not read peer-reviewed scientific literature (indeed he is in favour of non-peer review [he calls it peer-to-peer] review over the Internet), all of his footnotes will have been provided for him by economists at the Institute of Economic Affairs and/or Fossil Fuel Lobby funded scientists on the payroll of the Heartland Institute (et al). This book is nothing more than mendacious misinformation sponsored by the Fossil Fuel Lobby and regurgitated out of libertarian anti-environmental prejudice by a scientifically illiterate journalist with an over-inflated sense of his own importance.

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Feb 2012 15:24:15 GMT
Jim Quinnel says:
Yet again potentially libelous and typical of you.

Will you never learn?
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