Thursday, April 28, 2011

Al Gore, religion, Our Choice, and iPad

Larry Bell of Forbes wrote a nice article:
Climate Change As Religion: The Gospel According To Gore
He kindly credits Michael Crichton for some of the first crisp and complete explanations why the global warming orthodoxy has become a religion of the urban folks.

However, if it is a religion, it should have a Bible, right? And what is the coolest medium to create the Holy Scripture of a new 21st century religion? Well, take an iPod Touch and - pkh-vřsr-prd - make it bigger.

Al Gore's Our Choice from Push Pop Press on Vimeo.

So the right idea is to create the coolest, hugely interactive iPad book app ever written (one based on his climatic religious book, Our Choice), with an hour of films embedded in it, among other things, and sell this piece of climatic religion just for $4.99.

It seems impressive - and Gene, don't be afraid to buy a copy for your iPad and tell us what you have experienced. ;-) Unless Osama bin Laden creates his own iPad app, Al Gore will ultimately become the most influential bigot and global warming alarmist in the Middle East, too. :-)

Well, it actually seems that the app works both for iPad and iPhone (click to download). I will wait when the app is given for free; the paper version of his trash book already costs $0.88 at, down from the original $13.77.

As an updated Buddhist proverb says, modern information technology offers humans a key to the heavens; the same key opens the gates of the hell, too. It is somewhat scary that because of the accumulation of gray green capital, one of the most deluded and atrocious aš$holes in the world who should be jailed for the rest of his life was able to pay for the creation of one of the most technically impressive iPad app that he will undoubtedly use to brainwash thousands of people.

Just to show you the stunning new benchmark for e-books that the rotten apples who have joined al-Gore (former Apple engineers) developed, see this introduction how to browse the e-book:

Al Gore's Our Choice Guided Tour from Push Pop Press on Vimeo.

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