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State of Fear by Michael Crichton 2004

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On Thursday December 15th, 2016 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon
will review and discuss the 2004 novel "State of Fear" by the late
Michael Crichton (1942-2008). This is a highly controversial work that
is particularly important at the present time. Although presented in the
form of a novel, it is in fact the most significant criticism of
"Climate Change" (formerly "Global Warming"). A Geo-Political Doctrine
promoted by today's Globalists and opposed by today's Nationalists. As
a novel it is not one of Crichton's best. The characters are obviously
symbolic, intended primarily to act or react to the author's message
which is critical of the climate change proposition and even suggests
that its proponents are guilty of bad science, data manipulation and
even the sponsoring of eco-terrorism. However, if you suspect Crichton
is correct you will enjoy the book and can even identify with his heroes
as they battle against the eco-terrorists who are trying to create a
catastrophic Tsumnami -- which actually did occur in the same month,
December 2004, that the book was published! (twilight zone theme) So, if
you want to look back at "State of Fear", tune in and we'll catch the
wave. Surfs up!