The choice is yours.
On December 3-4, you can endure slow-talking Al Gore and his eighth annual 24 Hours of Reality: Protect Our Planet, Protect Ourselves, complete with certified has-beens, never-really-weres and on-the-way-outs like Sting & Shaggy, Moby, Jeff Goldblum & the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, Bob Weir and Wolf Bros, the Goo Goo Dolls, David Crosby, Jaden Smith, Bill Nye, Téa Leoni, Claire Danes, Mandy Patinkin, and a bunch of sanctimonious bureaucrats lecturing on what YOU should do to “save the planet”… things they exempt themselves of.
You can spend an hour and 15 minutes watching one of all-time best, unapologetic, widely-attacked, yet most informative video productions on the topic; complete with experts, not emotional, funding-dependent academics and activists.
The Great Global Warming Swindle is still one the most controversial documentaries on the topic. Check out as much as you wish of Al Gore’s talk-a-thon and see which position on “climate change” and the dangers of C02 makes more sense to you.
Oh, and while they claim this is all about a “discussion”, Al Gore’s live YouTube stream has “disabled” chats AND comments.
This is no surprise.
See how much concern (or lack thereof) Gore shows for the plight of poor African nations he happily denies the opportunity to develop while his privileged Western neophyte devotees stream his live production on their iPhones.
In listening to the hysterics of the climate change believers, it’s not an acceptance of even the remote possibility that there may be other explanations for the change in the climate. It’s more the arrogant denial that, heaven forbid, there is even the slightest possibility that they may have been suckered and are thus, very wrong.