Absolutely Compelling Global Warming Video

Grab a cup of coffee and watch this global warming video. It has powerful imagery and was expertly produced for maximum impact. I was unable to tear my attention away from it.

This video does not demonize anyone, but gives the most thorough explanation of the reason that global warming has become the focus of so much interest by the media and by national governments. When you see this video, the entire movement begins to make sense and it started with Margaret Thatcher!

The video provides a thorough comparison of the many factors affecting climate change. You may find that there is data you have never seen before.

This video features a number of the people whose names appear on the
famous IPCC report. It also discusses why global warming has become
such an important source of income to so many people.

I personally found some answers to questions that perplexed me years ago when writing about pre-Minoan civilizations. This video shows there was a time in the past when temperatures were far warmer than they have been this century and the clothing shown on Greek pottery finally makes sense.

I would be interested in your reactions after seeing this video. Here is the URL: http://www.rightalk.com/asx/ggws.asx

(Thanks to Tom King for the link.)

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0 Responses to Absolutely Compelling Global Warming Video

  1. Julian Gall says:

    Whether this film is partly or mainly true, it is hardly objective. Wikipedia has a long article about it at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Great_Global_Warming_Swindle.

    Like some global warming advocates (if that’s the word), this film appears to have “misused data, relied on out-of-date research [and] employed misleading arguments …” (see Wikipedia article). A couple of the participants in the film have disowned it and the director is an interesting figure to say the least.

    Why can no one give an objective view on this topic? Everything you see or read seems designed to exaggerate or distort. Each side seems to have an agenda to push and ramps up its rhetoric to match the other side. Mostly, they end up reinforcing the views of those who believed their point of view all along on political or other partisan grounds.

  2. The Wikipedia article gives it bias away in the first sentence when it refers to the “scientific consensus” that human activity is the main cause of global warming.

    It is becoming more evident every week that there is no consensus, except amongst political allies.

    Key portions of the original IPCC report were removed before publication. That is not scientific, it is a political action which is what I said the IPCC report was.

    The Wikipedia report included ad hominum attacks rather than reference to actual data. Wikipedia needs to show more balance in this matter.

    My point continues to be that suppression of any actual data is non-productive.

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