I live in Massachusetts, which is the epicenter for all things environmentally-alarmist. Thus, I found Mr. Horner's book a refreshing counterbalance to the Cambridge crowd who will have you believe that "the debate over global warming is over." On the contrary, the debate over global warming is so far from over as to be in its infancy, and as Mr. Horner points out, anyone who will tell you otherwise simply pursues emotion over reason. Like our reviewer below from Apex, North Carolina. He/she has gathered emotion and jumped to the conclusion that Mr. Horner is a shill for the oil companies without applying any reason to the science and multifaceted arguments he presents. Sounds like talking-point character assassination, if you ask me. But then again, it's exactly what to expect from an irrational enviromentalist who thinks the debate is over; they do it all the time, especially to anyone who challenges them. You know, the Catholic Church once thought the debate over the origin of the universe was over, too, and look where that got them. Download this book and listen to it with an open mind. You will find some interesting insights in it. And you may just realize that there's nothing to be worried about: We're simply living within the ebb and flow of a climate which is, was and always will be in a constant state of flux.
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