Kindle Version of the Inconvenient Skeptic

The eBook version that is available on Amazon should finally be fixed.  Amazon deviates far from the normal eBook and it took me way to long to get it all fixed (thanks Will for helping get that done).  All the weird missing spaces and the Table of Contents should work as designed.  It might take a day or so for the update to push to all the Amazon sites, but in the next 24-36 hours it should be available around the world.

Still waiting for it to show up in the Apple store and Barnes & Noble, but that should also be in the next couple of days.  If you are going to read it on a computer I really recommend using the Lulu version.  That one uses an Adobe Reader that works very well on computers.

The print version is looking really good and that is really what I had in mind when I wrote the book.  I think the price is pretty reasonable at $15.95 and I am hopeful that it will be able to really alter peoples views about the climate.  The Earth’s climate has ALWAYS been changing.  The book explains to people why the climate changes and helps show how and why it will change in the future.

I am more than ready to take a little breather after all the work I have been doing in the past few months.  It might not show up here, but I have spent an enormous amount of my time on this project.  I did this because it needed to be done.  There was no single source of information that explained why the Earth’s climate changes over time.  The only easy answer that most science provides today is CO2 was different, hence the climate was different.  Nothing could be further from the truth.

My greatest hope is that this book will help people understand the Earth’s climate.  If I accomplish that, then it will have been a great success.

Posted in The Book by inconvenientskeptic on November 13th, 2011 at 4:55 am.


This post has 3 comments

  1. Oh good!

    I was hoping that this would come about.Otherwise I would have to buy the printed version instead.

    I have planned to buy a Kindle Reader and download a few e-books from Amazon with it.Including your book.Now I can have it all in Kindle.


  2. Thank you John, I just bought the Kindle version of the Inconvenient Skeptic. I wish you widespread readership.

    Today I will be posting an excerpt from to explain what to make of my use of the CRUTEM3 database to show the significant slowing, and even reversal of the warming trend since 2001, to near -0.5°C (-0.9°F) per century.

  3. I have posted a review of your book here :


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