Michael Mann Crowdfunds Worst Children’s Book Ever

Michael Mann is writing a children’s book about climate change.

Don’t all rush to donate at once – you might break the internet – but he wants you to pay for it through crowdfunding.

The book is called The Tantrum That Saved The World.

Michael Mann knows all about tantrums. Probably his biggest was the one that led him to sue Mark Steyn for having had the temerity to suggest that his now-infamous Hockey Stick was fraudulent.

The case has been grinding on for six years now: as Steyn says “the process is the punishment”. Also, the alarmists funding it really can’t afford for it ever to be resolved because the disclosure requirements may open a can of worms so huge that the $1.5 trillion a year climate industry may never recover.

His other big toys-out-of-the-pram moment was when he sued Canadian climatologist Tim Ball who had jested that Mann “should be in the State Pen, not Penn State.”

Both, of course, will likely be exceeded by the Mother of all Tantrums Mann throws if and when he loses both cases, when his reputation is left even more tattered than it is already, and when his vexatious lawsuits succeed in exposing “climate change” as probably the biggest fraud in the history of science.

About “saving the world”, however, Mann knows not quite so much.

Perhaps he is leaving that part to his co-author, Australian writer-illustrator Megan Herbert.

Herbert is dealing with the story side of the book, which involves a little girl called Sophia and – with wearisome inevitability – a polar bear.

Mann, meanwhile, claims he will explain the “science” of climate change.

In one section, for example, he will “tell the stories of the climate refugees our heroine encounters.”

Ah yes. That will be “climate change refugees” as in the ludicrous myth briefly promoted by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP). In a 2005 paper – subsequently withdrawn – UNEP claimed that there would be 50 million climate refugees by 2010.

The actual number of “climate refugees” which has emerged since is a big fat zero.

“We wrote this book because in our view nothing like it exists,” the authors claim in their Kickstarter appeal.

Clearly, they can never have been anywhere near a school in any Western nation because had they done so, they would find the classrooms full of such books, all spouting the same junk-scientific global warming propaganda about vanishing polar bears and melting icecaps and sinking Pacific Islands and imperiled future generations.

Still, if you’re interested in purchasing a copy, the good news is that it is sustainably printed, FSC certified, uses biodegradable vegetable dye and with carbon offsets.

Personally, I think they are missing a trick. If only they’d used soft tissue paper and packaged in it in a roll, I think a lot more of us might have been interested.

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    Spurwing Plover

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    More mindless drivel aimed at school kids sort of like with most all enviromental themed books a totaly fabricated one like Silent Spring and Brother Eagle Sister Sky a Message for Chief Seattle Mann is just another liberal pain in the wallet and Freedoms of all americas with his junk science and his lies this is on e book to avoid Lets just strick with Horton Hears a Who and Dick & Jane books

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    Gerry

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    The book is called The Tantrum That Saved The World. A work of pure Fiction – fitting several genres…

    • Science fiction tends to use some scientific data as basis for stories, and focus on things like apocalypse scenarios, future worlds, or space travel, to name just a few.
    • Fantasy may deal with various “unreal” or magical things, or things not possible in the real world, and may contain alternate worlds and/or mythical and made up facts.
    • Thrillers are sometimes called spy thrillers and might have themes in which spies are involved in investigating various events, often on a global scale.
    • Horror may rely on elements like the supernatural, apocalyptic events, or in some cases exceptionally graphic lies.
    • Historical fiction invents facts for a specific time period and may tell the story of that time period through fictional events. A variation of this is the period novel, written either during or after a certain time period and particularly emphasizing future fictional scenarios based on intentionally skewed models.

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    Sonnyhill

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    If Michael Mann could write a best-seller,it would be a “tell-all” .
    C’mon Mikey, do it. Give up, throw in the towel , name names, snitch. Redeem yourself.
    Planet Earth will be just fine.

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    Amber

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    Finally an audience that Mann can relate to .
    Climate fiction from the author of the mann-made up hockey stick .
    Poor kids that are subjected to the climate con-job .
    Any pictures of exploding heads for those kids that won’t drink the cool-aid ? The scary global warmies are so tolerant of different views .
    Kids form your own opinions . The earth doesn’t have a fever and carbon dioxide is plant food that is why satellites prove the earth is greening . The scary people are those that claim humans are going to somehow set the worlds temperature and Mother Nature is
    giving up her 6 billion year job . The study of climate is in the equivalent of kindergarten .

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    Spurwing Plover

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    Anyway con men like Micheal Mann can tell a fabricated story to kids using some little liberal brat and a polar Bear a eater of baby seals and goslings and turn them into charatures that brainwash school kids just hope they dont make this into some putrid movie like with that crappy NORM OF THE NORTH

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    Sonnyhill

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    Amber, are you suggesting that we think for ourselves? The thought police will find you in the middle of the night.
    Things are so bad that children sell this drivel to their parents. “Must be true, teachers teach the truth ” .

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    Amber

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    Sonnyhill don’t get me started on teachers .
    This fall when asked the difference between left and right a friends Grade 11 social studies teachers explanation to the class was “the
    left are the good people and the right only care about money”
    Class rooms have become activist propaganda forums . Berkeley’s
    in training for idea silencers and gender benders .
    Fortunately there are still enough people in fly over country who aren’t buying it .

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      Sonnyhill

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      The word “sinister” comes from the Latin word for “left” ,sinistra.
      The word “dexterity” comes from the Latin word for “right” , dextra.

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    Spurwing Plover

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    Most of these liberal enviromental stuff is based upon lies and junk science just like with the Save the Rain Forests stuff telling us that ten city blocks were being wiped out as their fake commercials were being broadcast the entire enviromental movment is based upon lies and junk science

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    Spurwing Plover

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    And the liberal enviromental crap like Ferngully,Avatar,Okja, and the isial liberal Eco-Wacko junk from Hollyweed

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    G

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    This is the liberal version of “mainlining” heroin. A shot from a dirty needle straight into the central circulatory system. Since adults have become desensitized to the lies of climate change propaganda, go straight to vulnerable children with your message of fear and disinformation. Another ignoble low for the left…

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    David Lewis

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    Anyone can write a book. As Al Gore’s latest book shows, getting people to buy it is another matter. You may remember that a book criticizing Gore’s book out sold it by a large margin.

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    Sonnyhill

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    The Left are trying to make the world a better place, for themselves. They’re grooming their flock of sheep while they’re young and pliable.
    Students deserve a healthy dose of cynicism. They’ll become adults sooner and wiser.

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    Spurwing Plover

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    Luarie David has also written some kids book about Global Warming and was a total fanatic about turning off the lights and restricted Larry’s shower time but once they got divoerced he said he went home and turned all the lights on

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    Amber

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    Well I sure hope they bought carbon offsets for the fossil used to make the book and have it mailed to the 27 people who buy it .

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