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This book will largely go unnoticed, unfortunately. The human fate, is tragically, unchanging and will all but kill itself off. This book warns humanity if it's actions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Darwin's Apprentice
This is probably one of the most important books of the early 21th century. While Al Gore emphasized the increasing impact of large hurricanes that is only a foretaste of bigger... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Chad M
Only "Science" for environmentalists!
Soon after this book was published James Lovelock changed his mind and decleared that he now realized that all connections in... Read more
Amazing account of the behaviour of our planet as a self-maintaining body that fights to keep its own balance and survive human action.Published 12 months ago by LICIA ZIBELL
In April 2014, Lovelock told BBC Newsnight:
James Lovelock: Take this climate matter everybody is thinking about. Read more
offers a convincing telling of the further of our planet. an unbiased, look at solutions to the working of the climate,and our sick planet.Published 13 months ago by Kindle Customer
Very appropriate reading for everyone everywhere, and thoroughly expresses the insanity of completely discounting the value of our damaged atmosphere.Published 14 months ago by K. Illingsworth
Ironically, Mr. Lovelock strongly supports nuclear power as THE solution to save the planet!?!............. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Louis De Cordier