Posted 5 May 2015

Professor Bob Carter has reviewed at Quadrant Online, a new book defending carbon dioxide (CO2). He writes:

"About Face! contains more than one cautionary tale of the disastrous results that have resulted from the misapplication of science in the past. Prime amongst those was the 1972 banning of DDT as a control on malaria, on the grounds that it killed birds and caused cancer - both of which are untrue. By the time the World Health Organisation reversed this decision in 2006, it is estimated that more that 50 million people had died a preventable death, mostly in Third World countries and including many children. One US writer has termed such policies 'technological genocide', defined as a deliberate refusal to use a technological solution the implementation of which has the power to avert millions of unnecessary deaths."

Link to review here 

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