Saturday, March 11, 2006

Video of the Week: An average guy investigates--just how serious is climate change?

I really love this, my latest video of the week. A random joe is basically picked up off the street and given help to investigate climate change. Initially thinking of environmentalists as a bit wierd and not very relavent he soon realises the true magnitude of the threat we face through climate change.



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At 2:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It would be great if all school children and their grandparents could watch this vidoe together because the parents do not seem to be paying attention to the most significant change in their lifes. By the way if climate change does not get us then the end of cheap oil might. Check out the video "The End of Suburbia". If we can solve the cheap oil problem by switching to renewable energy both problems are solved.

 
At 12:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blessings on you for bringing this to people`s attention in this way.

Too many people hear what scientists are saying but do NOT believe it.

We must either CHANGE NOW... or alternatively we face EXTINCTION.

Here is what a world famous, 81 year old Scientist had to say quite recently :-

British Scientist Lovelock Says it's Too Late To Reverse Global Warming
http://www.axcessnews.com/modules/wfsection/article.php?articleid=8329

 
At 7:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

THIS IS AN EXCELLENT VIDEO, AND ALL "SKEPTICS" SHOULD WATCH IT! I cannot understand why it has taken the world so long to comprehend these realities, that we/I have been living with my entire adult life, and I am not a young person..but we were taught about climate change in the 1960s, in school, and the reports are still there.."REAGANOMICS" was a big factor in turning the tide, and now, look...THANKS.

 

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