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If you are getting a bit tired of the constant refrain from environmental alarmists, read this book. Dixie uses facts to counter the liberal eco-panic mode that w see so often.Published 1 month ago by RLSurfSandSun
Hubby mentioned he would like to read this book after someone was talking about something they read in it..... I purchased it as a SURPRISE for him..... Read morePublished 4 months ago by C. Chandler
Dixy Lee Ray wrote this book in response to "science" that hasn't completed it's work, releases some untested opinions that are quickly picked up by the headlines. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Neil Orchard
A must read, especially for those who think they know it all!
EPA enthusiasts will hate it. It blasts too many myths!
Changing the facts long-established by history seems to be the author's goal. For example, by leaving out key facts about the resistance to DDT in Sri Lanka (p. Read morePublished on June 26, 2011 by A Customer II
A completely outdated, thoroughly debunked screed against the environmental movement. Contains a number of hilarious errors, including overestimating the amount of chlorine... Read morePublished on February 9, 2008 by Willilam E. Williams
I keep this book handy to educate clueless people who just listen to the "news" each night.
It is loaded with earth facts, and dispells the popular myths of today, that... Read more
This books has no science behind it and is basically a screed against environmental action of any sort.
I would reccommend as a great book The Future of Life by Dr. Read more