It’s Finally Here!

I believe that the essence of the book is captured in a question that Paul asked me years ago, and which he continues to ask people: Is climate change happening to us, or for us?

I’m facing a bit of a challenge here. Nothing crucial, mind you. It’s just a minor difficulty, and I think we can work through this.

Here’s the deal. I’m confined to using the written word to express my excitement, and I’m struggling a bit. You see, if I was fortunate enough to be enjoying your company at this moment, you’d see it in my expression. If I were sharing the news with you by telephone, you’d hear it in my tone. In this case though, I’ll have to settle for you just reading it.

So here it goes, my best effort at expressing to you in literary form my current level of exuberance…….

Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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