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The writing style isn't to challenging and there's enough info to keep you interested.
Certainly opened my eyes to the financial reasons behind the whole scam.
In his book ‘Let them eat Carbon’ Mr Sinclair quotes again and again from climate sceptics and offers up many of the arguments the fossil fuel corporations use to perpetuate their profits at the expense of global climate catastrophe.
By way of example Mr Sinclair quotes NASA administrator Michael Griffin (a political employee and not a scientist) stating it is arrogant for people to suggest that our today climate is appropriate for people of the future. This comment had scientists "falling off their chair" however Mr Sinclair thinks that it "hasn't been taken nearly seriously enough". Meanwhile Mr Sinclair pays scant attention to James Hansen, head of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies and a highly credentialed climate scientist. This sort of selective presentation of information is rampant throughout the book.
His positions that the climate science is debatable and that emissions, and even climate change, may be good for humanity put him squarely in the sceptics camp in his attempt to head off carbon taxes.