The Climate Chronicles: Inconvenient Revelations You Won Reviews & Opinions
Submit The Climate Chronicles: Inconvenient Revelations You Won review or read customer reviews:
100 Reviews Found
Watch The Climate Chronicles: Inconvenient Revelations You Won video reviews and related movies:
See Let Me Show You What #GLOBAL #DIMMING Looks Like! on youtube.
See All the Places You’ll Go…Except When You Don’t on youtube.
See ШЕРЛОК ХОЛМС И ДОКТОР ВАТСОН (советский фильм детектив все серии) on youtube.
See Hannity and Related on youtube.
See MAYAN CALENDAR & HUMAN DNA II PROPHECIES & SUN REVERSALS 1 on youtube.
See Judgment: Movie Trailer on youtube.
See Spreading Info on youtube.
See NwStff on youtube.
Scroll down to see all opinions ↓
When I was growing up I remember asking my dad, "how do you know when someone knows what they are talking about?" Dad's response was straight forward and simple, "well son, you talk to the experts with experience in the subject." For a long time I thought it was a blow off answer, until I met a few experts with experience. In just a few mins talking to an individual like that, one can readily determine that, "wow, this guy knows what he is talking about."This is the experience I attained while breezing through The Climate Chronicles. Joe @#$%!&?i clearly has a LOT of experience in his field of meteorology. He understands that systems of our planet are cyclical and uses history to predict future patterns. His writing, while from an educated perspective, is not overdone with hard to comprehend technical language. He also has a sharp sense of humor which is prevalent and quite amusing.Overall I'd say this book is absolutely worth the few hours read. You'll learn a bit about weather history, a bit about scientific methodology, and a lot about how the climate change agenda is more about manipulation of the populace than the saving of the planet.
F.A. Hayek (Nobel Laureate) once wrote:" The curious task of economics is to demonstrate to men how small they really know about what they imagine they can design". In "The Climate Chronicles", Joe @#$%!&?i (J.B.) humorously shows how small theProgressive Predators really know about the climate, and what they imagine they can design about it.He truly pulls an "Alinsky" on the Alinskycrats by ridiculing their AGW notions with facts fromEarth's climate history and shows that there is nothing fresh event with our weather.J.B. is aware that our climate system is open, non-linear and complexand he studies its recurring patterns and processes for histimely forecasts.He understands that this begin system is wonderfully arranged toself-regulate with both positive and negative feedback phenomena as it interactswith forces in our solar system (including the Sun's electromagnetism).He appreciates how all things in nature are inseparably connected togetherin the field where they are found (Clerk Maxwell).Einstein claimed that Maxwell's field theory was one of the greatest steps forward in science.He also understood that any genuine scientist requires a profound faith along with"that humble attitude of mind toward the grandeur of reason incarnate in existence which in its profoundest depths is inaccessible to man".J.B. possesses these qualities of openness, faith and humility whichenable him to obtain closer to the truth and is book will also provide its reader with a amazing look at the soundnessof J.B.'s reasoning and methods.He reminds us that the political left has yet to reject the null hypothesis on climate change(at climate changes are natural variations) and he discusses thenumerous failed predictions of the AGW enthusiasts.If Richard Feynman was still around, he would remind us:"It doesn't matter how attractive your theory is,it doesn't matter how intelligent you are.If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's wrong."So we can easily see why J.B.'s enemies avoid debating him on the basis of empirical facts.And Yes! I would pay top dollar to see J.B. debate Michael Mann.When I think of characters like Mann and John Holdren, I usually pondera quote by astronomer Halton Arp whose researchfindings have seriously challenged Huge Bang orthodoxy:"If you take a highly smart individual and give him the best possible elite education,you most likely end up with an academic who is completely impervious to reality".Unfortunately, our press (American Pravda-- James O'keefe) perpetuates this (falsified) AGW theory-- instead of exposing it--- to support the Progressive Predators in their missionto destroy American sovereignty and replace capitalism with a fresh (Marxist) economic globe the info of the Paris Climate Agreement to see how it would have been a major stepforward in realizing those radical goals. President Trump acted wisely when he nixed that unconstitutional move by when it comes to the left, the problem (imate change) is never the e problem is always about the acquisition of ior to his first presidency, Obama boldly admitted that his goal was "...to fundamentally transform the U.S.".In stark contrast, J.B. is a streetwise, American patriot who understands his role in God's creation. He knows that success in the true globe is less about what you are,and more about what you can do for discerning customers.He provides useful info and forecasts to the public which support them avoidproperty losses and tragic deaths. Acquaint yourself with his work and you will benefit too.
Finally, a book that offers Truth versus all the dishonest, confusing and agenda-based jib jab regarding climate change theory. From the pope to basic school teachers, a lot of have been misled by those who have jumped on the Al Gore bandwagon resulting in the proliferation of fake weather news around our country and world. Mr. @#$%!&?i is an expert in the field of meteorology, and most important, a servant of the Truth. There is a amazing deal to be learned from his book for those who are humble enough to read it.
I enjoyed the book and learned more than a few things about climate. I plan to reread it in the near future because I wish to I obtain even more out of it. I do feel, however, that there was a failing on the part of the editors and publishers. There are a lot of acronyms and a number with no identification or no current explanation after being mentioned previously. I also felt a glossary would have created the work an easier read.
First I read climate change books, then I started reading those by 'the deniers.' Those who argue that climate change is inevitable and natural, and not a CO2-driven happening are presenting a stronger argument. I'd urge people to read B's book for science and weather FACTS. The references to B's faith, though necessary to him, could have been left out as it diluted the strength of the science.
Mr Basrardi’s tell it like it is approach to weather situations has always has always ‘cleared the air’. Joe’s approach to cutting through the half-truths and clutter produced by a lot of “experts” and “science guys” inserts a huge dose of reality into the conversation.
I have been aware of Joe @#$%!&?i for years. He is straightforward and factual, with no drama. He clearly shows the falsification of the lies of the Climatologists who wish to save the planet, which will never happen. This is a amazing read.
I’ve watched, listened & read Joe @#$%!&?i’s meteorological analyses for over 30 years & this book puts a lot of of his ideas all in 1 put as well as shooting down climate alarmist false idol of climate change in simple to understand terms.
I preordered this immediately when it was announced. I loved he first one and this one was just ask good. The art is awesome and filling all those holes in WoW is very nice. Although I liked the first volume better because it had more fresh lore about the beginning of the universe, that's only because I've read almost all the books and a lot of the lore in this one is told in books. But don't fret. There is a ton of small things you'll wish to read into. And the art is beautiful. Really hope they hold doing this, but I gotta wait a whole year again. The torture!
Lots of fun - if you liked Vol. 1, especially, it's worth continuing the "saga"!I want I'd read it before playing Warlords of Draenor... it might have created me care a lot more about all of that stuff. Much of the book is dedicated to the history of Draenor. Also covers the happenings of the "First and Second Wars" (Warcraft I and II), which was a amazing refresher. Reinvigorated my interest in the playing WoW. :)
A well documented, if concise, history of the orcs and the first couple battles with the alliance. My only complaint is that, once again, goblins only received a couple sentences, when they could have elaborated more on how they created a deal with the orcs.
The quality of this book is great. Definitely worth purchasing a physical copy of. This contains so much lore leading up to the Dark Portal. The sections are short and concise. It feels like a factual reference for any lore fan. One of my favorite Warcraft books.
The chronicle books bring amazing insight not just into the game, but also the creation of story for video game. Plus, the ability to see that retcons aren't evil. They are methods to reinvent and reimagine a creative world. It's a strong tool to those that are building worlds of their own and amazing fun to r those who are just seeking lore from WoW and Warcraft. It's a amazing tool to grow your understanding of the android game globe and builds on the 1st chronicle beautifully.Worth the read for sure.
The bad: some typos and some odd switches from past to show e good: everything else. I've read a few creature stories; they usually end up evil (which I like) or amazing in an illogical method (which I don't like). This is the first creature pov I've read that has a believably amazing creature MC. I enjoyed the story and hope the series lasts.
a special take on the fantasy genre. i did not think i was going to have fun the book but the novelty of seeing things through an individual creature (i.e. ooze), proved both fun and engaging.
I really liked this book. if I could I would place 3.7 stars. Your grammer needs some work and you should test to create it a bit longer or just search some method to catch the eye of the reader. But these are just suggestions and helpful tips. Please hold writing I love to read your books and so hold up the amazing work!:D
I really enjoyed this om a grammatical view, the only glaring mistakes I saw were regarding the past tense use of "had" for everything. There were no uses of "have" or "has".From a story line view, I loved this book. It was a steady, enjoyable read and I enjoyed the twist of having an Ooze been one of the main characters. I look forward to more from this author and from Jelly :).
Ever wonder what it was like to be a royal pet...Okay now that the silliness is out of the way, I really enjoyed this romp along the waking up of a fresh creature. Not perfect, the main hero is a small op, in most story sections.
The book was amazing and had a decent pace. Hero progression was a small slow or fitful depending on your outlook. No major grammatical issues. The thing that lost a star for me was a few plot holes concerning Jelly's empathy powers. Ian tried to shore up the hole with an explanation that magic is confusing his senses but it was added more as an after thought than a true concern. Which considering Jelly's personality and his wish to protect the princess I know he would be more concerned with one of his senses being blocked than was shown.
Again I am surprised at how much I enjoyed this book, its a fairly simple to read book for a much younger audience. I would recommend it to anyone who likes something a bit different. I would like to suggest something to the author though, please tag you book down by volume or something. Fresh readers may not know that this is the second book in the series.
I found this book extremely well written, the lead characters are well developed, it kept my intrigue and the happenings flowed smoothly. As in the title, if I could have I would have given 4 1/2 stars. I felt the book enveloped Harry Potter meets Blizzard android games with it's own individual twist to it. I have yet to read the first book so I am looking forward to reading that one next as an addition to the hero background. The reason I didn't go for the 5 stars was that I felt some of the secondary characters required more developing especially the ones that are more involved at the end and well, ok, a magic school immediately makes a comparison to the Harry Potter series (not fair I suppose) but I felt some things, especially the teachers, were a bit too close for comfort. Spell check it too please. In saying that, still a unbelievable story in it's own right and I am looking forward to more books from this talented author, with a few tweeks I can see him maturing into the fresh C.S. Lewis.
This is how you write a story, amazing opening, interesting but connected middle, satisfying ending...too a lot of stories have weak middles and cliff hangers instead of proper resolutions...though I am sad that the whole magic pet premise will be going away and we'll be likely saying goodbye to the princess I feel that this series overall has been stellar.
I enjoyed every chapter. I've got to say this book has me excited to see just what trials and adventures await jelly in the future! How huge will he grow? Will he ever be able to command understand and interact with slides? He is a royal slime after all! 😃 hold up the awesome work and I'll hold an eye out for the next book!!!!
Not going to go into any detail or particulars... Overall it's not poor per se but it is extremely ok.Just the largest problems in this book are1 Too lighthearted of a story. This even makes any tension or what small seriousness there is seem like a joke2 Slime is now too human. The slime is the large heavy central pillar that supports everything... why [email protected]#$%!?
This story of a creature becoming a sentient being is a very interesting entertaining story that I really enjoyed. Most of this book was at the mage school, while an disgruntled aunt of the princess tries to kidnap her. I did not have fun the cliffhanger ending, and I can't wait for the next installment.
Same issues as the first book. Really amazing story hidden inside mediocre writing. The constant incorrect use of sapient instead of sentient grated on my nerves. Numerous other spelling and incorrect verbiage problems and quite a bit of not good sentence d story, but writing needs improvement. That being said, I will still be reading the rest of this series.
I recently completed my reading of this six-volume set, which I found utterly engrossing from beginning to end. It was not always simple going, most especially the first volume, which appears to have been Dorothy Dunnett’s first venture into writing fiction. Adding to the initial difficulty was my own error of reading a downloaded ver of it, an error I then corrected by purchasing paperback editions of all six volumes. Why is that better?Starting with volume I, you definitely wish to be able to flip back to the opening pages, in which the a lot of characters, both historical and fictional, are listed with their full names and titles. Otherwise you may well believe you are reading about three various persons, when it is really only one, or vice-versa. There are also maps in the opening pages of each volume, to support locate where things in the story are event from time to time. A paperback edition is ideal for handling these things. Besides, the quality of the writing itself rates shelving these volumes in your favorite ttered here and there in our winding tale, you will also search occasional poetry, song lyrics, and sayings in Scottish, Latin and early French, which will be more easily understood in context if you also purchase a paperback ver of Elspeth Morrison’s "The Dorothy Dunnett Companion," where translations are likely to be found — as well as more detailed descriptions of the a lot of mid-16th-Century characters and happenings covered in this impressive Chronicle.Why place yourself through all this? Because, despite the above challenges plus a vocabulary that easily vies with that of Nabokov in complexity and obscurity, the late Dorothy Dunnett was a master story teller who keeps you, the reader, enthralled and constantly surprised at what happens next throughout quite an awesome tale of high adventure taking put in Scotland, England, France, the Levant, and Russia. The education comes extra!I gather that Dorothy Dunnett’s writings have gained an international following, and I believe it is well deserved. Furthermore, I’m so glad I finally got to reading these books that had been recommended to me by one of my best students a lot of years ago.
I have waited a long time for a book to blow me away like The Android game of Kings (set in 1500s Scotland) has. The glamorous and risky protagonist, the Master of Lymond, is completely fascinating in his own right as an ambiguous and provocative character. He is extraordinarily witty, a polyglot -- speaks numerous languages, throwing them around liberally. I read some reviews as I got started and took to heart the tip about not getting too caught up in the "Wait, what just happened? Who just hurled that insult at Lymond?" Small by small the rising action gels, and much is revealed a the end. Dunnett's vocabulary gave me enormous pleasure; I obtain so tired of the same old pedestrian language of most novels. In the zone of 20 pages, I would look up at least ten words, and most of these had to be Googled because they are not in the common lexicon. I felt expanded and moved by the scholarship of her writing. There is, oddly, a lot of romance in the book but beautiful much zero sex. I found this story very refreshing and skillfully rendered. I just want I could give it six stars. On to the next book in the series!