Inconvenient Facts

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4.6
225 reviews
10K+
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Everyone
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About this app

Based on Gregory Wrightstone's book, “Inconvenient Facts - The science that Al Gore doesn’t want you to know.” This app enables you to powerfully challenge the media-hyped notion of catastrophic man-made warming.

Incisive inconvenient facts are literally in the palm of your hand for immediate access to the untold truths of an Earth that is thriving and its people prospering, not spiraling into a series of climate catastrophes.

Well-sourced and referenced, illustrations accompanied by a short video.
Updated on
Aug 30, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

4.6
213 reviews
A Google user
October 9, 2019
The information is impressive. The application is frustrating and annoying. It works like a poorly written iOS application which was ported to Android almost as an afterthought. Pressing the "back" button should give the option to exit instead of only retracing all screens viewed. Because of the information, however, I paid for the full app. At least that has a TOC.
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Sandra McKenzie
April 13, 2024
This app is informative and it's great for referencing data quickly when in discussion with friends. Video and source data provide more information, but also a good starting point for those that want to do a deep dive into the research. When looking at the source information for each chart, I'd really like to see web links provided for the related studies and data. That's the only reason I haven't left a five star review. Otherwise I think it's a great app.
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A Google user
March 20, 2019
Bought the extra facts: well worth it. A host of data at your fingertips with graphs and videos. I've read much on the topic and this app summarizes so much of