Thursday, 15 August 2013

An Inconvenient Truth revisited

How did Al Gore's movie "An Inconvenient Truth" win him an Academy Award?

The Galileo Movement's new video 

Al Gore "The Inconvenient Truth" Global Warming Revisited

is shining the spotlight on Al Gore and "An Inconvenient Truth" and making some shocking findings. 

In this second video we put Al Gore and his movie, An Inconvenient Truth under the spotlight and make some startling findings.
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The Galileo Movement seeks to foster open and free discussion of major scientific issues, notably the current debate regarding global warming, or as it is now known, climate change.


  1. I well remember a few years back watching TV 1 afternoon and there was a show on at the time (I can't remember what the show was) where they showed a split screen view from 2 movies side by side.
    The 2 scenes were identical and they stated that the scene from Gore's movie, the inconvenient truth was lifted from the computer generated and highly exaggerated scenes from the movie, the Day After Tomorrow showing the ice melting, supposedly at the Antarctic.
    If Gore is prepared to lie and use computer generated material lifted from a Sci Fi movie, it doesn't give him any credibility at all.
    Any awards that this shocking excuse of a man received for his lies should be stripped from him and he should be charged with fraud.

  2. CO2 is a “trace gas” in air, insignificant by definition. It absorbs 1/7th as much IR, heat energy, from sunlight as water vapor which has 188 times as many molecules capturing 1200 times as much heat making 99.9% of all "global warming." CO2 does only 0.1% of it. For this we should destroy our economy?

    Carbon combustion generates 80% of our energy. Control and taxing of carbon would give the elected ruling class more power and money than anything since the Magna Carta of 1215 AD.

    See The Two Minute Conservative via Google or: and when you speak ladies will swoon and liberal gentlemen will weep.


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