eelhc wrote:This is worth a watch..
Caused a great stir in the UK...
Not necessarily my view but I do agree that an enlightened arguments from both sides should be examined.
Great post. Thanks.
Not your view? Really?
A true believer wouldn't consider burning coal. What gives? Not enough evidence? Not enough experts?
I have thought that concensus in settling science questions was antithetical to begin with. Add to that the flawed conclusions the activists were making from the ice core data and voila, you have hype, not science.
Most of those viewpoints I have been harping about for a couple of years. I picked up most of the counterpoints from a Canadian online news source the "National Post". There was a series called "The Deniers". Here's a link to one of the articles: http://www.nationalpost.com/story.html? ... c7f723&k=0
I believe that the "medieval global warming activists" as characterized by one of the experts in the film are immoral in the worst sense of the word. They are self-deprecating, anti-human beasts. Such short sighted thinking is imcomprehensible to me. That they cannot see the life saving irreplaceable benefits of fossil fuels and would prefer the world returned to medieval culture and society is either utterly absurd or completely satanic.
The degree to which environmentalist wackos are influencing reality with conjecture is disturbing, here's a case in point:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVw1PANUcdg
and BTW, I consider myself a conservationist.