I am a fan of the work of Dr. Peter Breggin since long before Covid, and I believe the current issues are possibly his finest hour, where all his long experience is paying off. His book about Covid (Covid-19 and the Global Predators, We Are the Prey), which he wrote...
Novelist Fights Fire with Fire on Climate Change
Practically all of today’s climate novels present dystopian futures to frighten the public and pressure politicians into wasting trillions of dollars to “stop climate change.” Consequently, it is a real treat to read a story based on the sound climate science the author learned from leading climate experts. Writer Sally Fernandez joins Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris to discuss “Climatized,” Ms. Fernandez’s superb techno-thriller murder/mystery novel and soon-to-be major motion picture. Sally Fernandez is indeed fighting fire with fire in Climatized.
In reviewing the book, Dr. Jay Lehr wrote:
“Following in the footsteps of the late Michael Crichton (State of Fear), Fernandez has woven a hair-raising murder mystery into an accurate explanation of what we really know about the planet’s present and future climate. Climatized describes a cabal aimed at eliminating “deniers” – not by destroying their reputations, as is today’s modus operandi, but by outright, though cleverly disguised, murders.
“The book’s heroine is newly minted private eye Maxine Ford, previously high up in U.S. intelligence. She teams up with a special aide to the president of the United States and a scientist who has thus far managed to escape the efforts to eliminate him. Collectively running but a few steps ahead of shadowy killers, they piece together the plot while dropping fact after fact of real climate science presented by Dennis Avery and Fred Singer, among others.
“Half of the characters in the book are real people, whom Fernandez quotes continuously to make sure she has the science right – and indeed she does. She begins with intriguing descriptions of the deaths of two scientists and a politician involved in a major Senate hearing on climate change.”
Join us for this week’s episode of The Other Side of the Story to learn how this fascinating novel came about and what the future holds for climate change and Maxine Ford…
References relevant to this show:
- “Climatized,” by Sally Fernandez
- “A Novel of Truth Behind Climate Change,” by Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris, July 13, 2021, America Out Loud
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