Hate is a strong word, but there are many inconsistencies that are being ignored.
A step in the right direction
Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth has more fictitious numbers, charts, graphs, etc. than the movie and Al Gore himself would like you to believe. Although nature, wildlife, and the earth as a whole should be cherished and taken care of, experts are disagreeing with Gore.
Numerous experts in the fields of climate study, geology, natural science, and history have noticed inconsistencies with Al Gore's message and his given data. The graph used in this movie does not provide accurate data, and the interpretation of the graph is completely arbitrary. The graph used to "prove" global warming is actually a reduced size, misinterpreted, piece of data.
Global warming and cooling are both natural processes of the earth. I am not so conceited as to believe that humans are the cause of it. When honest professors whom I know personally provide data that shows evidence of the earth's atmosphere being even hotter than now thousands of years ago, I am not going to dismiss their studies.
Al Gore is not a climatologist, nor are his methods based on the scientific method. I believe that using unbiased research is an essential part of educating ourselves.
I saw a newspaper clipping from years ago that warned of earth's impending doom. In this article, it stated that the earth was in a period of crucial climate change, so people became afraid of this impending doom. This clipping from the early 1900s stated that Global Cooling was occuring, and used fear mongering to persude people to "jump on the bandwagon".
Now in present day, we are being told that Global Warming is occuring, so we better unite under one global government to evade this problem. Hmm. You know, humans have chopped down vast forrests, murdered innocent animals, and stripped earth's natural resources for the monetary gain of the elite. People are dying in a war over oil control. Children are dying.
Please, understand the issues that you support. Research, educate yourself, and share knowledge with anyone and everyone. We're all in this together, so let's start researching alternative energy sources for the right reasons! There is enough energy within the earth itself to power a technologically advanced world for at least 300 years!Barry's Response
- It's okay to get a little off the wall sometimes. At least somebody's trying to do something about perceived problems and raise public awareness.
Good on them. Real scientists
will come along and fill in the holes eventually, but thank Gore he got the ball rolling. And thanks to you, Kendra, for your input on this.Search
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Now that I think about it,
I can agree with your message about scientific research and critical thinking being rigorous and unbiased.
Considering rational emphasis on facts and evidence-based decision-making, we might appreciate the call for skepticism and a careful examination of data and interpretations. My interest in energy policy also aligns with the idea of exploring alternative energy sources to address environmental concerns
and reduce dependence on non-renewable resources.
Let the public make the practical choices.