THE BOY WHO CRIED WARMING (New Documentary)

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    Every Global Warming prediction has proven to be science fiction! Thats the film's tag-line. I hadn't heard of it, and it was released online only two months ago at...

    www[dot]TheBoyWhoCriedWarming[dot]com

    It is FREE to watch and it had intrigued me, so I gave it a go, here's my review: Best One Yet
    This new feature length documentary “The Boy Who Cried Warming” approaches the subject of Climate Change from a more scientific point of view than previous films on the subject. The film evaluates on many of the common held misconceptions associated with Global Warming, offers a scientific overview of Carbon Dioxide on our planet, and takes an in depth look at various Carbon Trading legislation and its potential negative effects on the economies of the world.

    What makes this film truly unique is the fact that it offers new interplanetary data on the topic of climate change. Also unique to “The Boy Who Cried Warming” is that the story of the film runs parallel to the Aesop fable “The Boy Who Cried Wolf.” This is shown through the movie to portray that the shepherds of global warming most known are usually those who cry the loudest and make the boldest predictions. This film will strikes the perfect informational and entertainment balance, and proves to be a truly pivotal message as science itself hangs in peril.

    I really enjoyed this movie, and its very well made. I'm interested to hear some of your reviews.
     
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    The film's tag line is pure fiction, absolutely no science.

    Rapid decline of the world's glaciers. Rapid decline of Arctic Sea Ice. Increase, by at least a factor of 3, in extreme weather events worldwide. As documented by Swiss Re and Munuch Re. Rapic warming of the Arctic, and melting of the permafrost.

    And most importantly, the simple physics of the absorption bands of the GHGs.
     
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    Oh look! It's the OldMan who cried Warming!
     
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    Ive known for well over ten years that this science fiction is gay and said way back when it would turn out to be a fad.

    Here it is about 15 years later and I was proven right.


    This is just more gravy and.................

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    Got 4 minutes into this peice of garbage. This is a documentary on the level of the Weekly Globe, it does not even reach the level of the National Enquirer. Skipping through it, I see a good deal of Christofer Monkton. He is not a 'Lord', and never was. Nor is he a scientist. He has no scientific training, and has the same credibility as Rush Limbaugh.

    Christopher Monckton


    The House of Lords have had an ongoing dispute with Monckton over his membership, as authorities have said Monckton is not and never has been a member and that there is no such thing as a non-voting or honorary member of the House. [7]

    In July 2011 the House took the "unprecedented step" [8] of publishing online a cease and desist letter (PDF) to Monckton from the Clerk of the Parliaments, which concluded: [9]

    "I am publishing this letter on the parliamentary website so that anybody who wishes to check whether you are a Member of the House of Lords can view this official confirmation that you are not."

    Desmogblog (Christopher Monckton)
     
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    Come on, people. You have already won the debate. We will continue to put out GHGs until catastrophe overtakes us. And the scientists will continue to tell us what the effects are, and the people profiting from the degradation of our environment will continue to denigrate the scientists. And you will continue to parrot the people that are profiting from the destruction of all that you claim to enjoy.

    Dr. James Hansen predicted the rapid melt of the Arctic Sea Ice in 1981. He missed only in that it has occured far more rapidly than he predicted. And he was called an 'alarmist' for predicting that melt to occur by 2100.


    http://pubs.giss.nasa.gov/docs/1981/1981_Hansen_etal.pdf

    Summary. The global temperature rose by 0.20C between the middle 1960's and
    1980, yielding a warming of 0.4°C in the past century. This temperature increase is
    consistent with the calculated greenhouse effect due to measured increases of
    atmospheric carbon dioxide. Variations of volcanic aerosols and possibly solar
    luminosity appear to be primary causes of observed fluctuations about the mean trend
    of increasing temperature. It is shown that the anthropogenic carbon dioxide warming
    should emerge from the noise level of natural climate variability by the end of the
    century, and there is a high probability of warming in the 1980's. Potential effects on
    climate in the 21st century include the creation of drought-prone regions in North
    America and central Asia as part of a shifting of climatic zones, erosion of the West
    Antarctic ice sheet with a consequent worldwide rise in sea level, and opening of the
    fabled Northwest Passage.

    Here are my type of sources;

    AGW Observer

    Real scientists, not pretenders that lie a lot.
     
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    The "science" of man made global warming is actually similar to the science of "Bigfoot". It doesn't hold up to real scientific scrutiny but it is so damn entertaining and if you want to believe the monster exists it offers enough pop-science to convince you after a single episode. Imagine the junk science they have been feeding kids for the last couple of decades. MM global warming is the left's last hope to overthrow the government and they ain't giving up without a fight.
     
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    Given how often denialists have cried wolf and then been caught lying, most people simply assume that denialists lie about everything. That's almost always a correct assumption. Unless independent evidence indicates otherwise, one should simply assume any denialist claim is a lie, and not waste any further time on it.

    Hey, denialists made their bed, so they get to lie in it.
     
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    And enjoying every minute of lying in it sweetie!!! Its amazing that the environmentalists dont get that they are losing in spectacular fashion.......for the past 5 years in fact as their efforts slide further and further into the abyss.

    All their "consensus science" crap isnt resonating in the real world..........sorta like a person firing spitballs at the hull of a tank.


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    LOL.....and the environmental radicals are happy with their bed???:coffee:


    Bed fAiL



    "Evidence" this and "evidence" that..............but nobody is giving a shit!!!!:D:rock::2up::banana::eusa_dance::funnyface::fu:
     
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    Subsidizing green industry is like propping up a kid’s lemonade stand

    Imagine taking that business model to the big time with a national chain of lemonade stands and earning millions, writes guest columnist Todd Myers. That’s the model that supports the green-energy industry.

    By Todd Myers October 10, 2012 at 4:05 PM
    Special to The Times

    AS far as business models go, it is hard to beat the lemonade stand. The costs — lemons, cups, sugar — are paid by the parents. Kids have no overhead and receive all the profit.

    Further, the young, cold-beverage proprietors have a built-in demand from neighbors willing to overpay for lemonade sold by kids.

    Imagine taking that business model to the big time with a national chain of lemonade stands and earning millions. Such an idea is pure foolishness. Parents would be unlikely to pay the subsidies required. The good feeling that obliged neighbors to buy lemonade probably won’t be there for the multimillion-dollar lemonade-stand company.

    Business owners can’t expect others to pay their bills. That is, unless they produce so-called green energy.


    Op-ed: Subsidizing green industry is like propping up a kid’s lemonade stand | Opinion | The Seattle Times
     

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