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James Aach

I can't comment on "State of Fear" directly, having not read it, but if it does claim global warming is not occurring, I find that rather odd given the lack of glaciers these days in Glacier National Park.

I would like to draw your attention to one of the outgrowths of the global warming debate - the new discussions about nuclear power. This may or not be a good path to continue along - I don't know, and I've worked at a nuke plant for years. But one thing I do know is that we'll do a better job of deciding our energy future if we understand our energy present.

With that in mind, I've written "Rad Decision", a techno-thriller novel about the American nuclear power industry, which is available at no cost on the Net. This book provides an entertaining and accurate portrait of the nuclear industry today and how a nuclear accident would be handled. The real world of nuclear fun is nothing like any media portrayal, good or bad. You'll find the novel at RadDecision.blogspot.com.

"I'd like to see Rad Decision widely read." - Stewart Brand, author of "Enviromental Heresies" in the May 2005 MIT Technology Review, and founder of The Whole Earth Catalog.

Give Rad Decision a peek, you might enjoy it. (And if you do, please pass the word.) http://RadDecision.blogspot.com

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