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  1. 5 out of 5

    Dwayne Roberts

    Written by Patrick Moore, an ex-Greenpeace founder and scientist who left that organization because it valued activism and money above science. If you believe any of the following chapter titles is true, this book may be an eye-opener for you. Chapters: 1. Africa's Oldest Baobab Trees are Dying 2. The Great Barrier Reef is Dead or Dying and All Coral Reefs Will Die in this Century 3. Climate of Fear and Guilt 4. Polar Bears are Threatened with Extinction because of Climate Change 5. One Million Species Written by Patrick Moore, an ex-Greenpeace founder and scientist who left that organization because it valued activism and money above science. If you believe any of the following chapter titles is true, this book may be an eye-opener for you. Chapters: 1. Africa's Oldest Baobab Trees are Dying 2. The Great Barrier Reef is Dead or Dying and All Coral Reefs Will Die in this Century 3. Climate of Fear and Guilt 4. Polar Bears are Threatened with Extinction because of Climate Change 5. One Million Species Face Extinction Due to Climate Change — Soon 6. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is Full of Plastic and is Twice the Size of Texas 7. Genetically Modified Foods Contain Something Harmful. What is it? 8. Fear of Invisible Radiation from Nuclear Energy 9. Forest Fires: Of Course They are Caused by Climate Change (Not Trees?) 10. Ocean Acidification — A Complete Fabrication 11. Mass Walrus Death from CO2 — Another Fake Catastrophe from Sir David Attenborough

  2. 5 out of 5

    Clayton Ellis

    Data rich Lots of great data that I can use for critical analysis. It has given me food for thought. And I look forward to finding out more.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dennis W.

    Refreshing truth about climate change What we need are more scientists and authors giving us the facts rather than propaganda. Moore does this well covering all of the major areas of climate fear mongering plus a few more that are less popularized. I had to deduct 1 star for his frequent mentioning of evolution as the explanation for all life. That's one area where he refuses (like so many) to interpret the data correctly. Refreshing truth about climate change What we need are more scientists and authors giving us the facts rather than propaganda. Moore does this well covering all of the major areas of climate fear mongering plus a few more that are less popularized. I had to deduct 1 star for his frequent mentioning of evolution as the explanation for all life. That's one area where he refuses (like so many) to interpret the data correctly.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Michael A. Simmons, Sr.

    A factual study Finally, an honest, fact-filled review of the catastrophes that are about beset mankind. The author looks at each calamity and demolishes them with science. We certainly need to be better stewards of our planet, but it is refreshing to know that the world will not end tomorrow. Well worth reading!

  5. 5 out of 5

    John

    Essential Climate Warming Reading This is a tour de force, climate, biology, chemistry, physics, energy, all researched fully referenced. Exposes the dishonesty, fabrication, the inevitable misdirection of policy and resources caused by climate alarmists. Written and researched by a world renown environmentalist Dr Patrick Moore a founder of Greenpeace

  6. 4 out of 5

    Thomas

    I have witnessed a college student scream at his mother, "YOU ARE A SCIENCE DENIER", when she expressed skepticism towards global warming/polar bear extinction/ the dangers of Golden Rice and environmentalist solutions to these issues which tend to put at risk the human progress we’ve made to date such as: 1. halving extreme poverty 2. improving global life expectancies, and 3. immeasurably improving people’s lives compared to those of their grandparents. The young man is victim of mass media fueled I have witnessed a college student scream at his mother, "YOU ARE A SCIENCE DENIER", when she expressed skepticism towards global warming/polar bear extinction/ the dangers of Golden Rice and environmentalist solutions to these issues which tend to put at risk the human progress we’ve made to date such as: 1. halving extreme poverty 2. improving global life expectancies, and 3. immeasurably improving people’s lives compared to those of their grandparents. The young man is victim of mass media fueled hysteria and Mom needs facts at hand to counteract the pabulum he spouts. Patrick Moore provides the antidote in Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom. A Greenpeace founder and scientist, Moore left that organization because it valued activism and money above science and truth. One of the first things he states is that, "It is the duty of scientists to be skeptical of all new claims, especially when they are predictions of catastrophes that have not yet occurred." Moore continues, "In most religions we are asked to 'believe' even though we have not directly observed the alleged higher power or beings. However in science, direct and tangible observation is fundamental." He makes sure to always give his sources so you can check the facts for yourself, because the big problem is that the alarming doomsday predictions are always about things you can't just go and look at: bears at the North pole, coral under the sea, or invisible gas in the atmosphere. Moore covers a lot of ground - ranging from the technical details of climate to claims made about the effects of climate change, such as the impacts on polar bears, coral reefs, species extinction, trees and forests, etc. Other chapters consider claims made that are not directly related to carbon dioxide such as genetic modification, chemicals in the environment, plastics and radiation. This book is a great review/update of your grade school and junior high science classes (at least if you are a Boomer). It's written clearly without a bunch of jargon and the info is conveyed with wit and humor. This is a highly informative and enjoyable read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Michał Wojtera

    The book did not disappoint. Great antidote to mass media fuelled hysteria. I might not agree with his stance on GMO or biomass burning, nevertheless he has some good points there. This book shows how important it is not to blindly believe the experts. There is a limit to how specialised you can get, before you literally become a tool, a hammer looking for a nail. Like Upton Sinclair said: "It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it." The book did not disappoint. Great antidote to mass media fuelled hysteria. I might not agree with his stance on GMO or biomass burning, nevertheless he has some good points there. This book shows how important it is not to blindly believe the experts. There is a limit to how specialised you can get, before you literally become a tool, a hammer looking for a nail. Like Upton Sinclair said: "It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it." The fact is the only reason I am writing this and you are reading it is because we have are consuming huge amount of energy, more than Sun can provide at the moment. Everyone wants to live in harmony with nature until they have a nasty fracture, then suddenly civilisation with ambulances, trained specialists, disposable clean plastics, 24/7/365 on hospitals with MRIs and all other infrastructure doesn't look so bad. We can't live without nature and we can't live without technology. We need to find a path to a future where 10 billion people (Hans Rosling explained it beautifully) can live sustainably, enjoy nature and marvels of civilisation. This book is a step forward on this path.

  8. 5 out of 5

    M S J WHATNALL

    An eye opener. I have always been curious about the claims made over climate change. We live on a planet that heats and cools ,surrounded by other planets who did the same before their death. Attenborough I have thought of as good however there are plenty of occasions where things are said I know not to be true, I've put it down to accidents or editing but that said I've never trusted anyone who could not get involved when an animal is hurt and just state "this,is nature" . The book has many fact An eye opener. I have always been curious about the claims made over climate change. We live on a planet that heats and cools ,surrounded by other planets who did the same before their death. Attenborough I have thought of as good however there are plenty of occasions where things are said I know not to be true, I've put it down to accidents or editing but that said I've never trusted anyone who could not get involved when an animal is hurt and just state "this,is nature" . The book has many facts ,stories we were told and remembering them and seeing now that indeed they were bunkum, reminds me to be more careful in future about what I'm told. Worth a share,good book,an eye opener.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Shani

    I was rather fascinated by the author's mix of facts, humor, and dedication to sharing his knowledge in regards to climate change. I applaud him for using facts for the most part to share and explain the realities of what is currently happening in the world. The fact that he references so much and gave explanations throughout says a lot about the way he intended for the information to come across. It has a great balance of teaching and critique. It’s a fantastic starting point if you’re seeking I was rather fascinated by the author's mix of facts, humor, and dedication to sharing his knowledge in regards to climate change. I applaud him for using facts for the most part to share and explain the realities of what is currently happening in the world. The fact that he references so much and gave explanations throughout says a lot about the way he intended for the information to come across. It has a great balance of teaching and critique. It’s a fantastic starting point if you’re seeking information about climate change. I may not agree with everything the author shared or particular endorsements, but there is a lot of good, solid knowledge being shared. It’s something that has me making notes and intending to research various ways to improve many things we already do to help.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Antonio Coelho

    Excelente este livro do Patrick Moore! De uma forma simples, mas extremamente eficaz e acima de tudo muito bem fundamentada, desmonta muitos dos mitos criados à volta de um dos maiores embustes da História, o das alterações climáticas. Desmonta os alegados problemas dos embondeiros, das barreiras de coral, dos ursos polares, da acidificação dos oceanos e muito mais. É um livro precioso para quem pretende saber um pouco mais acerca destes temas e perceber a forma como a “ciência” é hoje maltratada e Excelente este livro do Patrick Moore! De uma forma simples, mas extremamente eficaz e acima de tudo muito bem fundamentada, desmonta muitos dos mitos criados à volta de um dos maiores embustes da História, o das alterações climáticas. Desmonta os alegados problemas dos embondeiros, das barreiras de coral, dos ursos polares, da acidificação dos oceanos e muito mais. É um livro precioso para quem pretende saber um pouco mais acerca destes temas e perceber a forma como a “ciência” é hoje maltratada e completamente politizada. A não perder.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Christina Widmann

    Patrick Moore makes sure to always give his sources so you can check the facts for yourself. Because the problem, according to him, is that the alarming news are always about things you can't just go and look at: bears at the North pole, corals under the sea, invisible gas in the atmosphere. Sometimes by mistake or oversight, sometimes by exaggerating, sometimes with outright lies, today's environmentalists create doomsday scenarios to get money from governments and from you. Full book review on Patrick Moore makes sure to always give his sources so you can check the facts for yourself. Because the problem, according to him, is that the alarming news are always about things you can't just go and look at: bears at the North pole, corals under the sea, invisible gas in the atmosphere. Sometimes by mistake or oversight, sometimes by exaggerating, sometimes with outright lies, today's environmentalists create doomsday scenarios to get money from governments and from you. Full book review on my blog: https://nouw.com/cwidmann/you-will-pe...

  12. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    This book (and many others like it) should be required reading in schools and universities in order offer a more balanced and perhaps, a truer picture of environmental science. Michael Crichton wrote a novel, State of Fear, a few years back that shook up and exposed the environmental movement. He wrote about the truth behind the money and the phony environmental claims -- it was footnoted with numerous factual articles. I am pleased to see that Mr. Moore used similar data and science facts to pr This book (and many others like it) should be required reading in schools and universities in order offer a more balanced and perhaps, a truer picture of environmental science. Michael Crichton wrote a novel, State of Fear, a few years back that shook up and exposed the environmental movement. He wrote about the truth behind the money and the phony environmental claims -- it was footnoted with numerous factual articles. I am pleased to see that Mr. Moore used similar data and science facts to present a more honest and realistic picture of earth science.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Carl Lyday

    Should be required reading for everyone who can read. This book exposes the media, climate alarmists, and politicians for intentional lies to support their anti-everything agenda. As any scientist or engineer knows, nuclear power is the ONLY way to provide. adequate electric power for a modern society. Especially if one wants to reduce carbon emissions. But, this book also documents why reducing carbon is not a worthy goal.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jacques Decarie

    Too bad about his personal vendetta towards Attenborough. The rest of the book brings up points of view that illustrate that predicting climate is fraught with complexity. Shame on sensationalists for extrapolating and ignoring fact to push their agenda. Scaring little (Scandinavian) girls benefits no one.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Tony Jesshope

    A common sense and truthful account of the many falsehoods expounded by the climate alarmists. An exceptional explanation of eleven of the climate priests biggest stories of humankind doom. An overall great read and an understandable explanation of the reality of these events. I especially enjoyed the twice eviscerated David Attenborough!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tom Hailand

    A breath of fresh air! I have been Giving money to Greenpeace, Union of Concerned Scientists, at cetera for many years . If Dr Moore was able to get his detractors in a debate it would go a long way in real fact driven pronouncements. Thanks Dr Moore

  17. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Cazes

    Informative, compelling and convincing Dr Moore presents his discussion with substance and precision, a great contrast to the alarmists dominating our media and political influencers.

  18. 4 out of 5

    John Stokes

    Rethink our biasses This is a thorough, open, scientific analysis of current stories we are presented about climate change. It is very well referenced examination of some myths that will surprise and challenge current popular opinions. A thoroughly refreshing and honest read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mark O.

    A real ecologist not a phony scientist Should be required reading. I knew a lot of this already but now have the true science to back my assertions up. Didn’t know about GMOs, my bad. For decades I have been saying we can and will mine the landfills. Likely will.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mark Phillips

    Worth you time It is hard to find well researched arguments skeptical of the IPCC reports. Dr. Moore has done an excellent job. Pro or con, this book is worth reading.

  21. 4 out of 5

    John Kevin Swint

    Critically important information Educate yourself, and share with all who are willing to reconsider the unquestioned beliefs instilled after decades of propaganda and manipulation.

  22. 5 out of 5

    karl leblanc

    information was easily understood Really like the actual science data presented. Common sense approach to issues that may have been exaggerated for agenda. Based climate media

  23. 5 out of 5

    kmtolk

  24. 5 out of 5

    Patrick Moore

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    Eve

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    Stephanie Bond

  27. 4 out of 5

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  28. 4 out of 5

    Peter Bragg

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Haigh

  30. 4 out of 5

    David verbrugge

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