Thanks to HR for his adding a review. That’s much better than the first one that looked as though it was written by someone who had not read the book.
And thanks, HR, for the kind words.
When you get a chance, please stop by and take a few minutes to leave a review at the Kindle webpage for If the IPCC was Selling Manmade Global Warming as a Product, Would the FTC Stop their Deceptive Ads? I’m not looking for praise (though I would be happy to receive it);
I’m those wondering if they should buy it are looking for honest reviews.
The one review appears to have been written by someone who has not read the book, since he or she refers only to my blog posts. The author of the comment also suggests that time would be better spent reading and fact checking the IPCC reports themselves. That’s further confirmation that the person never read the book since it is a fact-checking exercise that compares model outputs to observed surface temperatures, with the models showing no skill at being able to simulate 20thCentury surface temperatures. The book also illustrates and discusses how and why the recent multidecadal bout of warming does have a natural explanation, which opposes the IPCC’s climate model-based opinion. Then he or she refers to Michael Mann and James Hansen, who are not mentioned in my book. It’s a very strange review.