Anish Krishnan Krishnan itibaren Tayvan, 台南市中西區法華里
i thought that this book was good because it was real , it was also dramatic but it told you about the life of a teenanger doing everything he can to keep himself and his younger brother out of "the system".
A history of the steps leading to the discovery and acceptance of global warming. It's interesting to see how it happened, slowly, and more recently than some of us realize (those of us born not so terribly long ago). One of the main things I took away from the book was how the discovery and subsequent research was slowed by many factors including having little commercial/industrial appeal, disbelief that humans could ever permanently alter the climate because the resources and flexibility of the Earth are seemingly infinite, and the expertise required for this kind of research must come from a broad array of scientific fields.