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20 years ago, scientific superstar Carl Sagan urged us to use our brains – to be actively skeptical.
There should be spaces in our communities where climate skeptics can speak freely. A group in Norway is an excellent example.
People see the world differently. If we’re going to do more than preach to our respective choirs in the climate debate, we need to recognize this.
I’m feeling especially grateful for a recent book review in the Tuscon Citizen – and for the ones left by readers on Amazon.com and it’s related websites.
Pachauri’s 2010 work of fiction and the credibility of the IPCC’s 2013-2014 climate report are now inextricably linked.
There are many reasons to distrust the UN’s climate panel. Let’s start with political meddling and authors linked to green lobby groups.
My new book takes a close look at Rajendra Pachauri, the man in charge of the UN entity that will release a new climate report later this month. It’s available as a paperback, a Kindle e-book, or an instantly downloadable PDF.