That's kind of what I heard about it. People that are familiar with anthropogenic climate change will hear a lot of repeated information. However, I think this is one of the better ways to reach the general public.adiaphane said:I saw it and I liked it. There were bits that didn't fit in, about his family, but I thought it was good, nonetheless. Unfortunately, I had spent some coursework studying alternative urban futures, so much of it was repeat for me. There were parts, data and stuff, that was good to know. I recommended it to my family, who live in the suburb and drive everywhere, just so that they will know what's going on, too. The best thing was that it did give hope. Go see it. It's only a little over an hour.
Out of the 928 articles about global warming in peer reviewed scientific journals published in the last decade, not a single one disagreed that climate change is a problem and that humans are the cause of it.Wogga said:global warming is just as much bulls__t as al gore inventing the kampootar interweb
Never the less, the authors of those 928 articles really need to be notified that their mountains of empirical evidence are "bulls_t," and I think you're the man for the job. So get to it!Wogga said:psh! scientists shmientists!!
Ok then, back to the subject at hand. Has anyone else besides Tien seen this film?Wogga said:i've got more important things to do - obsess over orchids and write books about narcissism and get drunk.