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  • Posted July 13, 2009

    more from this reviewer

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    One Of Several Great Books On This Subject

    Thankfully, a number of scientists like Dr. Singer are willing to speak out about what the science really tells us. It's unfortunate, that you must search out books like this in order to find the opposing side of this debate.

    The media will never tell you, or cover the story of the thousands of scientists who disagree with the IPCC.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2001

    Among the first, still among the best

    The criticism directed at this book is largely completely incorrect. This fine volume stated facts which only after publication became more widely known. This book opened the eyes of many who were convinced by the 'overwhelming majority of scientists' who purportedly 'believe' in a man-made global warming calamity being imminent. Long after the Kyoto Protocol has unraveled completely, this volume will remain a classic, one of the reasons the enormous hoax came undone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 10, 2001

    Hopelessly Outdated Conclusions Mar this Book

    This book, while perhaps appropriate at the time of publication, may be misleading to anyone wishing to use it as a primer to the current debate over global warming. Unfortunately, new information and scientific reports have largely repudiated some of the findings of the author, though they were fair claims a few years ago.

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