Global Warming Swindle director gets eviscerated

Global Warming Swindle director gets eviscerated



  1. #1 by Bene D on July 13, 2007 - 4:02 pm

    ar arr arrr!

    I’m surprised you have been quiet about the wee dust up with Jim Harris and his apology re: the domain name.

  2. #2 by Ryan on July 30, 2007 - 3:14 pm

    First off, the argument that ‘a little of anything can change everything’ made by the ‘scientists’ is rubbish – and is not even close to a universal truth. A little of some things have big consequences, a little of others have little or no consequence. I’m not ever sure what the reporter was trying to prove.

    Secondly, the reporter tries to corner the director on using an improper graph. What a load of BS – he tries to pin the director as inaccurate, then himself admits that the scientists were using an inaccurate map called the ‘hockeystick’ – and only recently changed their data (i.e. they were found out and had to show the changes before the ‘little ice age’).

    There are so many other items to comment on in that supposed evisceration, I have to laugh at that supposedly being journalism. I’m sure the golden boy, Al Gore, must have pee’d his pants with glee to see someone else bolster his carbon-credit company. It’s another new car for him.

  3. #3 by LT on July 31, 2007 - 11:36 am

    First off: A little CO2 can change climate a lot. Who cares if it isn’t a universal truth, it is true in this case. If you don’t think so show me a peer reviewed article from a credible scientist that proves CO2 can’t have the impact people claim it does.

    Second: The reporter proved Durkin as inaccurate, it doesn’t really matter if one popular graph in the past was proved inaccurate. What you are doing is pure deflection. It isn’t like there haven’t been accurate graphs that show pretty much the same thing.

    Almost everything in the Global Warming Swindle has been proven inaccurate by real scientists that actually submit their work for peer review.

    I was really impressed with the slam on Al Gore was if he was in any way related to this documentary or an Australian reporter.

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