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Author: Payne, Peggy Set In . . .
 North America, USA, North Carolina, North Dakota, Chapel Hill
Genre: Fiction
Time Frame: 1980s
Published: 1988
Description: Joe Bastardi has been in love with the weather since his first memory, He is the son of a meteorologist, Matt Bastardi Texas A and M 1965, who emphasized to him the importance of looking at the past and understanding the present in an effort to formulate ideas on future events. This methodology revealed distinct cyclical patterns that were used to provide the foundation for his forecasting. The wonderful advances in science add to the mix, but are tools to use, not answers that should automatically be accepted as we see with the climate agenda. The lesson in weather, in history, in anything, is that the foundation you stand on today is built from yesterday to reach for tomorrow. The book examines the clash between that philosophy and one that minimizes lessons of the past, or ignores them, and uses climate and weather to simply further an agenda that has very little to do with either. An uncurious media is a willing accomplice in advancing the missive to the population, The Climate Chronicles reveals that clash in an effort to get the reader to search beyond what they are told. As such its a must read for those seeking not an agenda driven answer, but the right answer, wherever it may lead them. Bastardi's goal is not to get you to blindly accept what he says, but to dig in and examine for yourself. The book shows, given the implications of not doing so, more is at stake than just tomorrows weather.
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