Reader Reviews

“I do not know quite where to start in praising the book.”
Review by J. Lehr, PhD Science Editor 9-14-14

It is “outstanding” and presents “Blockbuster research with a layman’s tone that can be enjoyed by anyone.”

“You will find yourself shaking your head in agreement over and over, but Randall is not just expressing sensible opinions, he supports them with 311 references in the footnotes throughout the book.”

From the Book

An Epidemic of Bad Science: An article in Scientific American, “An Epidemic of False Claims,” by Professor John P.A. Ioannidis, describes an explosion of false and exaggerated scientific findings in today’s peer-reviewed science…. today’s science is filled with false findings… Many so-called independent studies are far from independent.

A Most Excellent Analysis
By R. Jones on April 15, 2014

Mr. Hughes has cut through the quagmire of political correctness and personal agendas to provide a truly provocative analysis of how “science” has been hijacked by politicians and the media. This book will make you think differently, not only about global warming, but about a whole range of current issues facing the world today.
Well played, Mr. Hughes!

This is an important book
By Julie Harbert on April 29, 2014

Much of the information contained in this book I had found by doing my own research as a lay person seeking the truth. I appreciate the validation of my conclusions that I found by reading this book, by someone who is an expert on these matters. I also appreciate the wealth of information contained in the book that I had not yet run across. If you truly care about the environment, alternative energy sources and the future of the planet, you need to read this book with your mind wide open.
Thank you, Randall Hughes! I am recommending this book to everyone I know.

Finally – The Real Facts Related to Climate Change
By Gary Groninger on May 5, 2014

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and couldn’t put it down. It should be a must read for those who have bought into the “dangers” of climate change as portrayed by our liberal media and some politicians. As Mr. Hughes demonstrates, climate change is something that happens over thousands of years, is cyclic in nature, and is impacted by numerous factors, 99.9% of which are not impacted in any way by man’s activities. As a professional engineer who has spent 40 years in the energy business, I am pleased that Mr. Hughes has compiled the real facts and presented them in a clear, useful manner that everyone can understand.
This is long overdue!

A fast and fascinating read
By Patricia Saunders on October 18, 2014

We are constantly bombarded with facts about food, DDT, bacteria, the environment, excetera. These so-called facts are often half truths or outright lies that end up costing the taxpayers a tremendous amount of money.

Popular Deceptions

Have we been told the whole story?