Can’t wait for the Global Warming Fear Mongers to blame the latest cold blast on Global Warming. To them everything is caused by Global Warming, yet they can never prove it. Their dire predictions of massive flooding and island states disappearing into the ocean have turned out to be failed predictions.
Video courtesy of the Fox News TV YouTube channel
One thing not mentioned on the news, is the Major Negative Impact this cold spell will have on the US Economy and First Quarter 2019 Financial Reporting.
An Inconvenient Truth premiered on May 24, 2006 at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival.
The following are quotes from the Wikipedia page for “An Inconvenient Truth”:The film won the 2007 Academy Awards for Best Documentary Feature:
Sight & Sound magazine conducts a poll every ten years of the world’s finest film directors to find out the Ten Greatest Films of All Time. This poll has been going since 1992, and has become the most recognized poll of its kind in the world. In 2012 Cyrus Frisch voted for “An Inconvenient Truth“.
So, how accurate was the movie “An Inconvenient Truth“?
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Nobel laureate Ivar Giaever‘s speech at the Nobel Laureates meeting 1st July 2015.
The following is courtesy of WikiPedia:
Ivar Giaever has said man-made global warming is a “new religion.” In the minority report released by the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee in March 2009, Giaever said, “I am a skeptic…Global warming has become a new religion.“
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