Writer Crichton Questions Global Warming Fears

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In his new book State of Fear, writer Michael Crichton blends fact with fiction in a critical look at the science of global warming. The premise asks whether concerns about climate change are overblown. We speak with Crichton about his book and about the politics of the global warming debate.


Michael Crichton, author of State of Fear (2004, HarperCollins).



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