It is well written and the logic and thought arguments are clear and well crafted.
Mr. Steele points out what can only be described as glaring inconsistent, if not outright manipulated data, being used to support the CO2/Global Warming bias.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in making environmental changes!
Jim Steele has extensive presence on the internet. His web site is named similarly to the book. He has also guest published at What's Up with That and likes post on skeptic forums. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great book and a must read for those of you who have taken the plunge into the entire global climate change controversy. Read morePublished 21 days ago by George C. Taylor
5 star Rating based on several snippets of the book which I've read thru WattsUpWithThat. (And presentations on Youtube) Procrastinating buying the paperback in hopes that I can... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Jim Steele's journey to climate skepticism is a great read.
The stories are compelling and illustrated for both scientists and general public. Read more
A great contrarian view of global warming. He's a good scientist. The system needs to listen to multiple views. It does not very well on this issue.Published 3 months ago by Whit
I've learned a lot from this book:
1) Climate change cannot be reduced to one, or even a few reasons. Read more
As a meteorologist I am constantly hearing various statements about CO2, anthropogenic warming of the planet, etc. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jim
Mr.Steele really opens your eyes in this book. Its wonderful in every aspect, as there was some confusion here and there( im not on that college level science yet) it really does... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Benjamin Louie