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March 12, 2007

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Reasic

Thanks for the link.

Just for your info, I also posted a rebuttal to most of the points in the documentary:

http://reasic.wordpress.com/2007/03/10/the-great-global-warming-swindle-questions-answered/

Curt Rosengren

Excellent. Thanks. I've updated the post.

Chris Merchant

Hi,
You might also be interested to watch a lecture I gave students in Edinburgh looking at how TGGWS documentary managed to be so persuasive, despite presenting dubious science.
www.geos.ed.ac.uk/homes/chris
Rgds, Chris

Diane

Thanks a lot for this. I also posted a rebuttal.
http://dianespov.blogspot.com

williamgeorge

Have you noticed that most of the articles you see that are skeptical about man’s role in climate change come from foreign publications based in countries like Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada? Why do you think that is?
Are the American press too emotionally attached to the issue -- and, in particular, the chief spokesman, soon-to-be-Dr. Al Gore -- to even consider the possibility that the debate isn't over, and that their role as journalists is supposed to be to further discussion rather than squelch it?
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