[asa] Eminent scientist's documentary set to rock the accepted consensus

From: Janice Matchett <janmatch@earthlink.net>
Date: Mon Mar 05 2007 - 01:33:08 EST

My favorite quote that says it all: "It’s
ridiculous to see politicians arguing over
whether they will allow the global temperature to rise by 2C or 3C."

'Global Warming Is Lies' Claims Documentary
National News ^ | 3/4/07
Posted on 03/04/2007 2:19:53 PM EST by Mr. Brightside
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1795082/posts [refresh browser]

"......‘The Great Global Warming Swindle’ -
backed by eminent scientists - is set to rock the
accepted consensus that climate change is being driven by humans.

The programme, to be screened on Channel 4 on
Thursday March 8, will see a series of respected
scientists attack the "propaganda" that they
claim is killing the world’s poor.

...Even the co-founder of Greenpeace, Patrick
Moore, is shown, claiming African countries
should be encouraged to burn more CO2. ...

....The programme claims efforts to reduce CO2
are killing Africans, who have to burn fires
inside their home, causing cancer and lung
damage, because their governments are being
encouraged to use wind and solar panels that are
not capable of supplying the continent with
electricity, instead of coal and oil-burning power stations that could.

Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore is shown
saying: "Environmentalists have romanticised
peasant life, but this is anti-human.

"They are saying the world’s poorest people
should have the world’s most expensive form of
form of energy – really saying they can’t have electricity." ....

..."It’s ridiculous to see politicians arguing
over whether they will allow the global temperature to rise by 2C or 3C."

Mr Stott said the film could mark the point where
scientists advocating the greenhouse effect
theory, began to lose the argument.

He continued: "It is a brave programme at the
moment to give excluded voices their say, and maybe it is just the beginning.

"At the moment, there is almost a McCarthyism
movement in science where the greenhouse effect
is like a puritanical religion and this is dangerous."

In the programme Nigel Calder says: "The
greenhouse effect is seen as a religion and if
you don’t agree, you are a heretic.

He added: "However, I think this programme will
help further debate and scientists not directly
involved in global warming studies may begin to
study what is being said, become more open-minded
and more questioning, but this will happen slowly."

~ Janice

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