New Book—Green Breakdown: The Coming Renewable Energy Failure

Green Breakdown is a complete discussion of all facets of the proposed renewable transition, including power plants, home appliances, electric vehicles, ships, aircraft, heavy industry, carbon capture and storage, and…

Book Review:  Polar Bear Evolution: A Model for How New Species Arise

Bottom Line: I liked this book – it made me think, re-think and think again.  It made me do the type of intellectual work that refreshes the mind and brings…

BOOK REVIEW:  Climate Uncertainty and Risk – Rethinking Our Response

This is one book that is far different, with a difference that is important. It has been written by a real climate scientist.

Alan Longhurst’s “Doubt and Certainty in Climate Science”

Unless you have already spent a lifetime studying the complex, complicated and chaotic subjects that comprise climate science, you stand to learn more from this book than from any other…

Book Review: A Tale of Two Climates

“A Tale of Two Climates” is suitable for use as a “coffee table book”. Leave it around for visitors to pick up and leaf through…almost every page has a graphic…

Book Review:  Winter Games by Daniel Church

The new novel by Daniel Church, Winter Games, opens with a scene at the beach, surfing the big waves,  which is dangerous enough in the best of times, but can…

BOOK REVIEW: The Unpopular Truth about Electricity and the Future of Energy

“Their new book, The Unpopular Truth about Electricity and the Future of Energy, will give you the information you need to talk about this topic with a sense of authority…

Cli-Fi: The Net Zero Sub-Genre

Two excellent books to read during the winter solstice doldrums or while traveling over the holidays.  Not to mention a great last minute Xmas gift.

Book Review:  Climate of the Past, Present and Future — A Scientific Debate

“What wasn’t clear at all was the evidence that the carbon dioxide was causing the warming. Clearly the warming had started long before the fast increase in carbon dioxide.”

Human Impacts on Weather and Climate: A Book Review

I guarantee that much of what you will read in this book will surprise you and much more will enlighten and educate you. 

New Feature: Book Review Page

Just like the sortable Video page we rolled out three weeks ago, we have rolled out a a book review page.

Epstein’s ‘Fossil Future’

“Epstein focuses on the ‘big picture’ facts of how fossil fuels are helping the world’s populations to live longer, better, safer lives, while managing the side-effects of increasing CO2 emissions.”

A Review of Dr. John Christy’s Book “Is it Getting Hotter in Fresno…or Not?”

His thorough examination of Fresno’s temperatures suggests there is no climate crisis.

The Great Climate Change Debate – Karoly vs Happer

February 15, 2016, was the beginning of a debate on man-made climate change between two well-known experts in the field, Princeton Professor of Physics Dr. William Happer and University of…

Book Review: FALLEN ICON by Susan J. Crockford

“A fantastic read! Take a deep dive into the intrigue and devious deception perpetrated on the world by a detailed list of international operators ….

Viral, A Review

By Andy May Alina Chan is a molecular biologist specializing in gene therapy and cell engineering at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. She partnered with the famous science…

The Tragedy of the Climate Wars

Consistently demonizing those who think differently than you makes it harder, if not impossible, to forge alliances.

Book Review: Patrick Moore, ‘Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom’

…he poses a question. He asks the reader to ponder why it is that so many of the so-called proofs of the warming hypothesis are based on things that are…

“Walrus Facts and Myths – A Science Summary for All Ages”

If you have more than one walrus, do you say “Two walruses”?  Or is it like hippopotamus for which the plural is hippopotami?   Or should you just play it safe…

Climate book shelf

Reposted from Dr. Judith Curry’s Climate Etc. Posted on May 10, 2021 by curryja | by Judith Curry Reviews of new books by Steve Koonin, Matthew Kahn and Marc Morano. A year ago, we…

Unsettled, Steven Koonin’s new book

By Andy May I was honored to be chosen by NYU Professor Steven E. Koonin to review his wonderful new book, Unsettled: What Climate Science Tells Us, What it Doesn’t,…

It’s Here: Morano’s New book: ‘Green Fraud: Why The Green New Deal Is Even Worse Than You Think’ – Foreword By Mark Steyn – Arrives March 23

The intrepid Marc Morano, author of the bestselling Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change, breaks down the science and the politics to expose the truth about the Green New Deal:

A Critique of Bill Gates’ New Book

By Andy May Bill Gates just published a new book, How to Avoid a Climate Disaster. He begins his book with the assertion that “To stop the warming and avoid…

How To Avoid Climate Disaster The Bill Gates Way

Unlike his two previous books, this one is not about software and the digital revolution. Mr. Gates’ new book covers grounds far beyond the author’s background in software engineering and…

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