Climategate: A Veteran Meteorologist Exposes the Global Warming Scam

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WND Books, 2010 - Science - 224 pages
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Those now notorious intercepted emails documenting leading scientists conspiring to squelch global-warming skeptics and falsifying data proved exactly what Brian Sussman has been saying for years.

Climategate is intended for anyone who has ever expressed skepticism about the clamorous environmentalist claims that the Earth is in peril because of mankind's appetite for carbon-based fuels.

By tracing the origins of the current climate scare, Sussman guides the reader from the diabolical minds of Marx and Engles in the 1800s, to the global governance machinations of the United Nations today. Climategate is a call to action, warning Americans that their future is being undermined by a phony pseudo-science aimed at altering and dominating every aspect of life in the United States and the world.

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User Review  - HistReader - LibraryThing

Brian Sussman writes a compelling book documenting the liberty-limiting goals of global warming alarmists. Work has been done in recent years to discredit weathermen as just five-day forecasters and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Thomas Logsdon - Goodreads

Very well written. One of the best and most researched books with every claim verified. Easy to understand. Read full review

Contents

Foundation of Fraud
1
Climate Lobotomy
31
Rigged Record
43
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Sussman was the San Fran Bay Area's most celebrated television science reporter and meteorologist for 20 years and is the new morning man on KSFO, 560 AM, the highest-rated talk show in the fourth largest radio market in the country. He founded Brian's Kids, an adoption advocacy organization that placed 400 kids in permanent homes.

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