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An Inconvenient Truth ... or Convenient Fiction?

Steven Hayward is the star in a new documentary, one of the replies to An Inconvenient Truth.

They showed those 50 minutes to audience in San Francisco and it was a success. I haven't yet seen it.

The other on-line skeptical movies are listed in the article about Doomsday Called Off.

Update: Unfortunately, AIToCF got pretty bad reviews from readers and writers of The Reference Frame. The star of the movie seems less consistent and less passionate than these protesters from a Boston rally this weekend:

More seriously, I think it's just awful to manipulate children in this way - in this case to support entirely insane policies to reduce CO2 emissions by 80 percent. Half of children between 7 and 11 years lose sleep because of this panic.

The people who are selling cigarettes to kids are treated as criminals: are the acts of the alarmists better for the kids' health? Let me say in advance that when the hysteria is over, I will think it is a good idea to prosecute the authors of this insanity.

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