Doubt climate change? Here, have a cigarette . . .


Colorado River runs dry, Peter McBried, Smithsonian

From Smithsonian Magazine: The Colorado River Runs Dry A boat casts a forlorn shadow in a dry river channel 25 miles from the river’s historical end at the Gulf of California. Photo by Peter McBride (Go see the entire slide show; spectacular and troubling images)

As John Mashey has been quietly but consistently warning us for some time . . .

From ClimateRealityProject.org:

Join us and stand up for reality. http://climaterealityproject.org – This film exposes the parallels between Big Tobacco‘s denial of smoking’s cancer-causing effects and the campaign against the science of climate change — showing that not only are the same strategies of denial at work, but often even the same strategists.

If you watched that all the way through, odds are high you’re not a denier.  If you can’t watch it, you really should think about it, hard.

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5 Responses to Doubt climate change? Here, have a cigarette . . .

  1. Ed Darrell says:

    Klem’s been watching that video for four days, and hasn’t found anything accurate in it yet?

    That was my reaction, too.

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  2. Ed Darrell says:

    Klem, what in that video did you think was accurate?

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  3. klem says:

    Here’s a clip you might want to watch as well.

    If you watched that all the way through, odds are high you’re not an alarmist. If you can’t watch it, you really should think about it, hard.

    cheers

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  4. […] “Doubt climate change? Here, have a cigarette […]

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  5. Fantastic – in the sense of conveying a powerful message about the manipulation of truth. Horrifying – in what it suggests. Appreciation nonetheless all around for posting this. Watched it all.

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