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Could You Please Send A Free Copy To Al Gore And Barack Hussein Obama !
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chock full of facts.. replayed quite a few parts to catch all the information.. intriguing.
What did you like most about Dark Winter?
This book blows the lid off the nationally funded myth that is 'global warming' aka climate change. You'll soon change your mind about man made control of the climate when you give the truly scientific basis for Casey's assertions and predictions a chance. You'll wonder how they ever pulled off the biggest deception in history after you've had this brief insight into the science behind the propaganda and lies. I mean who would have guessed it.. the Sun rules our changing climate, not mankind !?
What did you like best about this story?
It is rigorously scientific tinged with some humour whilst trying to tackle the most important and impending crisis of our time. It tries to convey some of the detail which lead to the greatest swindle of the modern age. It warrants everyone's utmost attention to ensure a change in the public perception of what we currently understand and can trust. The IPCC and our own elected officials would have you believe global temperatures could rise as much as a couple of degrees by the end of the century. Casey exposes the reality that is - he believes we face prolonged cooling on a global scale of many degrees, not in the next 100 years, but in the next decade. I am certainly convinced and believe him entirely. If you immerse yourself in global reporting, you'll know it's already begun!
What do you think the narrator could have done better?
May be it’s too easy to criticise someone who does narration for someone else’s book. Professional they my purport to be, but bottom line is the publisher will have been responsible for choosing them. Sadly, from the outset, he fails to invigorate the subject for me, which personally has already changed my approach to life and what the future likely holds. Any intonation he does give soon wanes, suggesting the narrator is simply long in the tooth. He does improve, but still, they chose this guy!?
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I would have perhaps if they had chosen David Dubyne to read it instead, who possesses far more passion on the subject. It’s not a work of fiction, and science isn’t the easiest topic to entice people to read, so whilst it is intended to be more about the content than the story telling, it is hugely dramatic and exciting with its alarming revelations. Yet, I can’t help thinking people may fail to engage with the topic on the basis the narrator did not convey it with enough exuberance to reflect the interest and urgent attention this book richly deserves.
Any additional comments?
This book is arguably the most important book you will ever read so bare with it, as it has implications and predictions you yourself and your family and friends will inevitably have to face in the not too distant future. you will never look at the world quite the same again, and not before time! I would also highly recommend David Archibald's 'Twighlight of Abundance' and Tim Ball's 'The Deliberate Corruption of Climate science' although the latter is sadly not available in audio format that I am aware of.