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So if you happen to go there and read more of what he has to say the book, keep in mind that there's no BS going on.
I have watched all of Greg's videos on YouTube, including the series "How it all ends", which is like the first version to this book.
Greg makes this point in his book -- you can always find some evidence that supports your view if you look hard enough.
Excellent background for having a heart to heart conversation on the topicPublished 6 months ago by Jeane Bicket
This is a great guide for anyone who has been embroiled in a controversial debate where there is lots of data but the 95% confidence answer is elusive. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gunnar Berg
I'm not a "warmer", but I am paying more attention to "climate change" and would like to see more being done, not just with "carbon", but with stored... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Christopher A Trumbull
Its for school so it served its purpose which was to be a book and give me that paragraph needed in class. Thank you book.Published 13 months ago by Katrina
The author is a science teacher with a young family.
He has broken the topic down for himself, and developed a very logical way of deciding how to think about climate... Read more
Very nice book.
I saw Greg's video on youtube and liked it. The book gives much more background. Since I am a climatologist, of course I choose column A: immediate action now. Read more
My son is about to graduate with a Master's degree in high school science and math teaching. He and his fellow students have found this book very helpful to prepare them to teach... Read morePublished 18 months ago by DavidMills
Right off the bat, I am a believer in global warming. I often find myself in conversations/debates with those on the other side of the issue, and with this book giving me the... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Bobbe Anderson