Ralph Alexander’s new book is a timely reminder that in spite of all the shrieking, man-made carbon dioxide might not be the showstopper it is portrayed to be. ... The author casts the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) ... who are hell-bent on validating the original hypothesis that global warming is man-made ... as the problem. ... For the billions being paid to support the IPCC hypothesis on the off-chance, just about every other environmental problem could be solved. – Simon Osborne, Asian Investor
Against the apocalyptic rhetoric pushed by [Australian Prime Minister] Rudd comes a cool-minded new book which unpicks the science underpinning the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's reports. – Miranda Devine, Sydney Morning Herald
In language that a layman can understand, Ralph Alexander explains how the whole global warming claim got started, who started it, and how it has been maintained by too many scientists (and others) using deliberately false or distorted science. – Bookviews by Alan Caruba
The book does a very good job of outlining the various arguments demonstrating that climate sensitivity to very small changes in the composition of the atmosphere must itself be very small. And that is the only question that really needed to be answered in the climate debate.– Lord Christopher Monckton
About the Author
Ralph B. Alexander is currently a senior market analyst in environmentally friendly materials and industrial processes, at a small Midwest consulting firm. With a PhD in physics from Oxford University, Dr. Alexander has been a researcher at laboratories in Europe and Australia, a professor at Wayne State University in Detroit, and the co-founder of a small high-tech materials company. Author of numerous scientific research papers and reports on complex technical issues, he lives in California with his wife, Claudia.