Had to really force myself to finish this one. Basically Friedman repeats the title of his book on literally every page, kind of like some NLP device attempting to convince you that it is true. He outright contradicts himself in multiple places and seems to go on without any idea that he has done so. For instance: he says that if all engines were shut down tomorrow that will only drop carbon emissions by some negligible percent...and then later says that we all must pay a carbon tax for driving to work, even though he says tanker ships are the biggest polluters when it comes to burning fuel. The book is just an ivory tower jerk fest.