by A. Stewart, June17, 2020 in ClimateChangeDispatch
Michael Crichton’s books earned global plaudits.
He invented the genre we now call the techno-thriller whereby it is hard to discern whether it is fact or fiction you were reading.
The reason for that was because he wove his plots around well-researched facts.
One of the best examples is State of Fear.
If you are a student of the climate change furor, it is a must-read, chock full of intelligent insight into the twisted pseudoscience driving the environmental movement.
Below is a key short extract in which Crichton deftly summarizes the reality of nature and man through the character, Kenner. (emphasis added)
The graph above demonstrates we are getting better every day in understanding our environment, working with it, and adapting to its harsher realities.