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Not much to add to all the other reviews other than to say that the book is still highly relevant in late 2014.Published 20 days ago by Michael Brochstein
Storms of My Grandchildren reads like a terrible textbook, the kind you would not want to thrust on your children. (I am a teacher. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Emilie C. Harting
Hansen's book on Global warming can only be described as sobering. The conversational style helps make a book primarily of science into a readable text. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eugene D. Savitt
James Hansen got his PhD in Atmospheric Physics and he studied for the famous Space Scientist James Van Allen (Van Allen radiation belts). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Thomas Wikman
Very sobering. Hansen has an easy style that is convincing by virtue of its lack of too much academic language. The mark of an author who really understands his stuffPublished 2 months ago by Peter Atkinson
This book really puts what is happening into perspective. It's hard to ignore what is going to happen AND not do what we can do now, as much as possible, to help the present and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jacqueline A Ziegler
A book of facts, figures, and the scientific objectivity of a high-level expert in the field, on the subject.
This is not a (OHMYGOD !!!) doomsday scenario. Read more