Author honored by Prentice Hall

28 Aug 08 – Prentice Hall has included an entire chapter from Not by Fire but by Ice in their college-level textbook The Millennium Reader (5th edition).

The Millennium Reader

With the publication of his chapter “Fatal Flaw,” author Robert W. Felix joins such luminaries as Charles Darwin, Alice Walker, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., Maya Angelou, Aldous Huxley and Walt Whitman.

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13 thoughts on “Author honored by Prentice Hall”

  1. Dear Robert,

    Thank you for you insight into the truth.

    Is it possible to help the American people and specifically the American Congress defend itself from the onslaught from the Obama/Gore Administration with its Global Change agenda?
    Will you stand up and help protect the American citizens from this lie?

    Will Robert go to Washington?

    We need you more than you know to tell America the truth.

    Francis Minor

    • Go to Washington? Good Lord no. Sitting in those boring meetings day after day after after day after interminable day? Arrrrrrrrg!!!!

  2. I’ve had my family read your book to convince them of the truth.
    Now you’re going to convince the world.
    I hope your ready, Robert?

  3. The Web Site no longer provides access to previous articles as “Archives” did in the past. Now we are directed to links that contradict the facts found on Alarmist sites via Yahoo or Google. These latter two sites are full of links that lead to misinformation on climate. What happened??

    • Thank you for bringing this to my attention. When I switched over to the new theme I forgot to add the categories back in. You will now find the links on the left side of the page.

  4. Easter week will be arctic in Moscow

    In Moscow, there is a prolonged period of unstable cool weather. On the seventh day, the temperature is kept below the climatic norm. Feeling of cold adds precipitation in the mixed phase and gusty north wind.

    Meanwhile, warm spring weather is in no hurry to return to Moscow. Moreover, this week the cooling will intensify.
    The climax of the cooling will be on Wednesday – Thursday. These days, the average daily temperature by 4-6 degrees deviates from the norm. At night it is forecasted to be around 0, and during the day to + 5 … + 7°C.

  5. Our wives are friends in the S.A. Auxiliary and have discussed our mutual interest regarding climate change. Our approach is somewhat overlapping. Mine is more from a geoscientists viewpoint with emphasis on the cyclic nature of global temperatures over the past 550 million years vs. the almost consistent decline in atmospheric. CO2 concentrations.

    • Yes, the title of your latest book – “Forces of Climate Change: The War on Carbon is Inconsequential to Climate Change” – indicates that our approach might overlap quite nicely.


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