Illustrations Used in Mission: Atlantis

For information on text not displaying correctly in a version of your ebook, see the last section of this article.See section: “Symbols Not Displaying Properly?” Over half a century of research and more than ten years in the making, Rod Martin’s book, Mission: Atlantis is finally nearing completion. This post provides the illustrations used in … Continue reading Illustrations Used in Mission: Atlantis

Illustrations Used in Climate Basics

Climate Basics: Nothing to Fear was first published in September 2018. The book contained no illustrations. One reader left a rave review on Amazon for the Kindle version, but said it would have been better if it had contained graphs to illustrate the data being discussed. The author thought it was such a great idea, … Continue reading Illustrations Used in Climate Basics

The Cure for Thermophobia is Here—A New Website with Climate Change Insights

The cure for thermophobia? What’s that about? First, let me give you some back-story. I have long been a tree-hugging industrialist. Oxymoron (self-contradictory term)? Hardly. I love good work handsomely rewarded and I love nature protected from abuse. Perhaps that’s why I loved Al Gore’s film, An Inconvenient Truth, when it first came out. And … Continue reading The Cure for Thermophobia is Here—A New Website with Climate Change Insights

The Beauty of Science vs. the Ugliness of Ego

Guest blog by Carl Martin, author of Edge of Remembrance: Gods and Dragons The Beauty of Science Do you love science as much as I do? I love the patterns in nature that make certain types of events predictable. The truly good scientists are the ones who discover those patterns and make sense of them. Those patterns reveal … Continue reading The Beauty of Science vs. the Ugliness of Ego