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Climate of Corruption: Politics and Power Behind The Global Warming Hoax

3.50  ·  Rating Details  ·  44 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
New revelations demonstrate how politics and powerful special-interest agendas have warped the most important scientific debate of the 21st century.


Melting glaciers, suffering polar bears, rising oceans these are just a few of the climate change crisis myths debunked by noted aerospace expert Larry Bell in this explosive new book. With meticulous research, Bell deflates th

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Published (first published January 1st 2011)
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JM
Jul 06, 2015 JM rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
"Issues of debate cannot be resolved by claims that a consensus among authorities has settled the matters so long as a minority, even a small one, believes other-wise."

This quote is the crux.
Bell is unhinged.
Jimyanni
Jan 07, 2012 Jimyanni rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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This is an extremely well-written book disputing the validity of the mainstream-accepted idea of human-caused global warming. It is well-researched, and makes a very strong case for an outlook that is contrary to most of what you might hear on the subject. While the author is occasionally a tad snarky with regard to those on the other side of the issue, he is nowhere near as uncivil as they gnerally are in regard to anyone disputing their accepted wisdom, nor does he sound as irrational as many ...more
Chris Collins
Aug 18, 2011 Chris Collins rated it really liked it
The author is coming from the position of: Yes, the climate changes. That's what the climate does--it changes. But the so-called "settled science" of the anthropogenic cause of climate change is not only far from settled, it's highly suspect, as are the motives of those leading the charge against it.

The author shines a footnoted light on the flawed climate models, the manipulation of data to support the narrative, and the suppression of data and scientists that do not support it. He also delves
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Rachel
Mar 13, 2015 Rachel rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2013, c, male-author
Although I’m not a huge fan of the current scaremongering about global warming and the media portrayal, I still feel we need to do something about the current level of consumerism and population growth around the world.

This book gave some good arguments towards the idea that global warming/climate change is process which isn’t man-made, but something which is natural and works on a cycle and if you look back in time this is clearly true. However, I felt the author was very narrow-minded towards
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Jack
Jan 24, 2012 Jack rated it it was ok
There's nothing wrong with a critical look at the science supporting the global warming argument - but for me the author's credibility became suspect when he indicated that the global warming lobby is a socialist conspiracy of the UN, the EU, the WWF (including polar bears) which is determined to undermine capitalism and US world dominance
Walter Straus
Dec 21, 2012 Walter Straus rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Why does what is happening with the environment have to be political. Rs on one side, Ds on the other. This is a poorly written, badly researched book with little in the way of facts. Just a lot of blather. What a mess.
Marilyn Chilcote
Oct 13, 2011 Marilyn Chilcote rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
not worth the paper it's printed on, at least to my mind
Muriel
May 08, 2011 Muriel is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
So far what an eye opener.But not surprised
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