With all the press lately, you may have started to wonder if there's anything to this Global Warming scare. I know I did.
Fortunately, I'm old enough to remember the very OPPOSITE was being presented in the early seventies. I also know how easy it is to distort truth - inconvenient or not.
But since I like to keep an open mind, I sat through "Inconvenient Truth" - all of it.
I was far less impressed than many I've talked to, but I DID find the charts interesting. The next day I spent some time on the net and found lots of data both ways, but nothing very definitive - certainly nothing as well presented as Al Gore's film.
Now that's changed.
"Global Warming Swindle", produced by the BBC, is THE best counterpoint to Al Gore I've seen. It not only starts with very convincing science in far more detail than Al presented, it shows the political reasons for the movement itself. It makes FAR more sense than Al's film. I especially liked the final presentation by the co-founder of Greenpeace (who of course has split with most of his fellows).
So if you're as open-minded as I am, you'll watch this film.
It's worth your time.
No matter what side of the issue you're on.
Global Warming Swindle
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03-28-17 An interesting approach to the problem:
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Friday, March 16, 2007
If the science is truly "settled", why are there still so many skeptics? And why is Washington DC such a hotbed of conviction? Are people inside the beltway really that much smarter?
"Some opinions don't quite mesh with scientific reality. Just 49 percent of people thought that "most scientists think global warming is happening," the survey found. In reality, 97 percent of all climate scientists agree that climate change is happening and that humans are very likely the cause of it"