Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Global Warming: A Great Skeptic Video (For Once)

Economists and climatologists are in disagreement even among themselves about the reliability of the science behind the global warming scare.

To be informed, you must open your mind and listen objectively to both sides of an issue. This is difficult; most of us have deeply ingrained social, cultural and personal reasons behind our opinions.

But to be the best we can as thinking animals, we should be able to put our prejudices aside at least long enough to hear both sides of an issue, wouldn't you agree?

We have all seen everything there is on the pro-GW side, but how many of you have sat down to watch a thorough piece on the skeptic position? Find the link below to a good one that might hold your attention for more than five minutes, if you let it.

For those of you who are believers, I ask you to give at least your full attention for one hour and a quarter to the other side.

Once you've done so, you can always retain your original belief if you wish, but you'll do so with the knowledge that you have made a small effort to be objective.

Without this minimum of effort, you really should give a disclaimer before you express yourself, something like:

"I believe in the global warming theory, but I've never really looked at the other side."


Link: sevenload.com

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3 Comments:

Blogger BHUVAN CHAND JUYAL said...

Now a day global warming controversy is very hype. NASA sciencetists completely work on global warming research. According the sciencetists after 30 year earth is completely effected by global warming.

3:38 AM  
Blogger slclemens said...

Thanks for posting this. I've been funding some film projects myself through my coal-fired power business, and I admire and appreciate the work you're posting here. On behalf of all of us in the fossil fuel industry, holiday gratitude!

11:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where can i see the video? The link doesnt work anymore..

8:40 AM  

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