Saturday, April 15, 2006

Video of the Week: Al Gore -- An Inconvenient Truth

After the NY Times special report on climate change, the Time magazine special report and a significnat amount of action at the community, city and state level it looks like Al Gore is trying to make climate change an issue at the federal level.

I hope for all our futures that he succeedes. Watch this short video, its good stuff.

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At 10:50 PM, Blogger Laurence said...

ndfveI agree with Mr Gore. I suggested a solution in Applied Energy, an Elsevier Journal, in 1994. I enlarged on the details of the solution in "An End To Global Warming" Elsevier, 2002. I am working with Elsevier at this time for a revision of An End To Global Warming.

At 10:52 PM, Blogger Laurence said...

Look at

At 1:50 AM, Blogger the singularity said...
This is Laurie David's site, she also produced the 'Inconvenient Truth' Movie...

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