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Less freedom. More regulation. Higher costs. Make no mistake: those are the surefire consequences of the modern global warming campaign waged by political and cultural elites, who have long ago abandoned fact-based science for dramatic fearmongering in order to push increased central planning.

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change gives a voice - backed by statistics, real-life stories, and incontrovertible evidence - to the millions of "deplorable" Americans skeptical about the multibillion dollar "climate change" complex, whose claims have time and time again been proven wrong.

©2018 Marc Morano (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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A must read for all.

Whether you are a supporter or skeptic this book is a must read to make informed opinions on climate change.

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Excellent summary of anthropogenic climate hoax

Anyone who reads this book with an open mind will readily conclude that scientific concensus on anthropogenic global warming (AGW) is a fantasy. The AGW science is far from settled. btw......I read Mann's book before this, so I am aware of his position favoring CO2 induced AGW. This book, however, puts the debate in perspective. President Trump made the right decision withdrawing from the AGW accord.

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Very well written book.

I loved how the author goes so far in depth into how much of the CC data is incorrect.

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Excellent presentation of the science of climate.

Marc Morano goes through all the most well known scientific issues pertaining to the climate debate and straightens it all out.

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Required reading for everyone!

Best explanation of the depth of this hoax. Not only the lack of science but also the fact it is a cult that is and will do get harm to mankind.

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Fulfilled its purpose

I listened to be certain I understood both ends of the spectrum on climate change. Mostly, the main case against climate change in this book is that elite liberal politicians are using climate as a way to grow government and control our lives and their peasants, the greenie libs, are doing their grass roots work for them. The authors supporting facts are pretty circumstantial, twisted for his narrative, or just not true. That's my opinion, take it or leave it. The answer never lies at the far end of the spectrum of possibilities. This is definitely pushing towards one of those ends.

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  • Paul
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  • 09-09-18

Excellent overview of a messed up scientific field

As a scientist in another field, I have for many years been skeptical of claims made regarding man-made global warming. This book was highly informative and sometimes amusing, while disturbing. It reveals how corrupt this field of science has become. I pity any young scientist entering this field whose data do not support the views of idiots like Al Gore.

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He's not wrong!

As a scientist myself, he says everything I suspected but have never dared to say, for fear I would be ostracized. Enlightened me on political aspects I hadn't even imagined possible. Worth the time, don't get bogged down by the beginning. Your hair will be standing on end when you finish.

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Full of Information

This is a fact filled book. I got lost a couple of times and had to go back to remind myself of dates or names. I should have kept notes as if I were in class.

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Very Informative

This book was well researched. I am glad Marc Morano chose to inform the public on the scam that is referred to as 'global warming'. I do hope this book helps other realize they have been duped into the hype of climate change.

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  • Hank
  • 06-28-18

Heaps of research references ... highly recommend

Covers a broad depth of issues surrounding the issue of climate change such as; questioning the scientific methodology namely the pseudo science behind the belief of climate change,
; hypocrisy of politicians and celebrities who are prominent advocates; the trillion dollar industry it is domestically and internationally; the conflict of interest by big players such as prominent green organizations and the United Nations IPCC; and finally Trump's rescinding of the Paris accord and Obama imposed environmental regulations.

Can be a bit monotonous in some parts, but he's obviously done heaps of research to back up his argument, which he consistently and frequently quotes throughout the book. That part was really impressive; because everything he said was not an empty statement. Heaps of reference material throughout the pages of the book to double check on. Highly recommend.

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