Political Science Has A Whole New Meaning Thanks To Warmalarmists
Whatever you think about the wonderful prospect of a warmer environment, there's no denying that elitists are trying use scare tactics to gain greater control over you and your money.
The fact that an actual judge has stated that Al Gore's exercise in self-agrandizement is riddled with errors should be enough to cause anyone to take a step back and demand that cooler heads prevail
Here's an article that puts matters in good perspective.
"Kalee Kreider, a spokeswoman for Mr. Gore, put a positive spin on Judge Burton's ruling: 'Of the thousands of facts, the judge seemingly took issue with only a handful,' she said."
You'll recall a British judge ordered the film must be accompanied by opposing views when shown to students and he cited nine scientific errors in the movie… Now former adviser to Margaret Thatcher — Christopher Monckton — has published a 21-page rebuttal to the Gore response. He says there are actually 35 errors or exaggerations in the film and he points out the British judge did in fact use the word "errors" throughout his ruling.
As for the contention that the movie contains thousands of facts, Monckton points out that even if the 93-minute film had just 2,000 facts they would have had to be recited at a rate of one every three seconds.