Climate Change and Global Warming

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The effects of climate change and global warming concerns everyone and many people are becoming worried about the possibility of melting ice caps causing sea levels to rise.Do wind farms solve all the problems?

This book endeavours to explain (without being too technical) the different reasons for climate change, and also the difference between naturally occurring and man-made climate change. More

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Soldim Ekhard reviewed on July 24, 2012

This book, from the blurb and first paragraph of the introduction seems to aim at informing the reader about different aspects of climate change. After that introductory paragraph however, the book turns into a chaotic written rant against 'Global Warming Zealots' and science. While reading the following chapters, it's clear that the author neither grasps the basics of chemistry, physics and biology nor has studied the many reports and observations with regards to climate change in any depth.

I was deeply disappointed by this book, and would not recommend anybody truly interested in Climate Change and the different points of view to purchase this book.
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