Not sure

by Chris
(LA, Ca, USA)

Martin Durkin

Martin Durkin

It systematically destroys the anthropogenic global warming hypothesis, through explanations by climate scientists, many of whom are on the IPCC panel. It shows that CO2 levels to increase.


Al Gore, in his movie where he shows the temperature graph and then superimposes the CO2 graph, showing they are highly correlated, left out the inconvenient truth that there is an 800 year lag between when the warming happens and when the CO2 levels increase.

Barry's Response - Thanks Chris. This argument was put forth by Martin Durkin's lesser-known BBC documentary "The Great Global Warming Swindle", which also takes several stabs at the IPCC (International Panel on Climate Change).

TGGWS offers an opposition to the common thinking on global warming and it purports that GW has become an industry on its own, one in which scientists look for research grants by using scare tactics.

An interesting note here was the footage of GreenPeace key member Patrick Moore with his argument that the so-called Pro-Global Warming pundits, "abandoned science and logic in favor of emotion and sensationalism." In general, the postulates presented about the reasons for this global warming make the film as interesting as anything.

I have recommended in the past that interested folks see both An Inconvenient Truth and TGGWS and come up with a multi-faceted concept of the issue before forming an opinion.

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by: Anonymous

This article is very interesting. It is always nice to get both sides of the story. Sometimes we do not get both sides.

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