New Documentary Challenges Gore's 'Inconvenient Truth' on Global Warming

New Documentary Challenges Gore's 'Inconvenient Truth' on Global Warming

In 2007, a British High Court judge ruled that Al Gore's global warming film contained nine significant errors and should no longer be screened in schools unless accompanied by guidance notes to balance Gore's "one-sided" views.

Al Gore's award-winning global warming film "An Inconvenient Truth," socked two years ago by a British court ruling that found several errors, is facing additional scrutiny with the release of a new documentary that seeks to rebut many of Gore's claims.
Buoyed by the ruling, two Irish journalists -- Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney -- released a documentary in which they gather evidence outlining the damage of global warming hysteria. In "Not Evil Just Wrong," they challenge the claims made in Gore's film and conclude that the film is not worth screening in schools because it is shown there as "an article of science, not faith."

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Maybe we can ask Catholic Answers Forum Administration to provide a separate "forum" just for Global Warming.

This is the biggest science scandal in history.

And they almost got away with it.

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Maybe we can ask Catholic Answers Forum Administration to provide a separate "forum" just for Global Warming.

This is the biggest science scandal in history.

And they almost got away with it.

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They’re still getting away with it. It’s no longer Global Warming it’s now Climate Change. We still have people in congress and BHO believe in this hoax.

I’ve been saying for years when it comes to GW follow the money.

We need to have Grand Juries to be empaneled to investigate.

And we need the RICO statutes to be applied to these people who have fabricated and falsified the data and conclusions.

And since Drudge has started reporting on it, perhaps that will happen.

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