This very well written and easy to read book has been written for the lay audience.
I enjoyed this book so much that I lent the copy I borrowed from our local library to my husband, who promptly purchased a copy midway through reading the book.
The author can claim this is only to help people learn science, but the question on many of these issues at least publicly is removing the spin of the media.
I bought the kindle version of the book. The author does a great job explaining physics in a manner that is useful to politics, economics, and technology as stated in many other... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Brian Briscoe
I bought this with every intention of reading it, this review is based on other reviews from people who actually read the book, I know I'm a bit of a loserPublished 16 days ago by SnakeBit6
Its a very good book. A must for those involved in strategic thinking.
My complain... I bought the book outside the United States... Read more
This book is an important summary of some of the important issues we face. It is a little technical at times but if you keep reading it will give you good insights to some of the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by alderballs
A wonderful book that introduces the reader to social topics such as energy and global warming, while remaining objective and placing emphasis on using scientific rigor to develop... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert Lovelady
Prefer his version call "Energy for Future Presidents", same information but just broader.Published 3 months ago by James F. Coakley
Should be required reading for everyone. Not just the President. Do you hear me GOP?!! All subject matter is relevant & presented in any easy to read & understandable format... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Renny James
Many things I should have known but didn't Has Obama read it? Maybe too late. But he should have. A good book.Published 6 months ago by Folke J. Brahme