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JB has already explained at length that Azimuth is not about politics, and not about convincing sceptics. Here is my dilemma: When I read Eaarth, my first impression was "saying we live on a 'new planet called eaarth' is a nice rhetorical trick to convince the audience that dramatic climate change has already happened and is going to increase". My second thought was "all sceptics will interpret this trick as a clear indication that the whole book is pure propaganda".
Maybe it's just me: working as just another engineer in a big company, I have to understand all possible POV and objections to any idea I utter, and adapt accordingly. Therefore, I'd like to explain on the Eaarth page that - despite the propaganda - its still worthwhile to read the book and think about it.
What would be the appropriate way to do this?