A Convenient Truth
Anybody who claims to have a serious interest in Global Warming ought to listen to this podcast, and if you claim that your reasons for believing in the climate crisis is that you find the science convincing, then only prejudice would keep you from checking on these findings before maintaining that stance. There are some radical claims made in this podcast, and as far as I know much of it is factually true regarding data that is considered public knowledge. I have also included William Gairdner’s piece, because I believe it describes the measurement problem very well. If we are going to direct time, energy and resources toward a problem then we ought to be convinced of the science.
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The Greatest Hoax of All Time? | Globatron.orgAugust 4, 2009
[…] I watched this years ago and I must say it was pretty convincing. I had basically forgotten about the “Moon Landing Hoax” conspiracy theory until recently when I learned that NASA is preparing a trip to the moon in 2018. What is odd to me about this new trip is the amount of time it will take them to prepare to make this trip happen and that it has been since 1972 since our last trip. If we’ve already been there 12 times and six men have walked on the moon I would think we’d have a space station there by now, maybe even a colony? Watch the videos below and you be the judge. I believe it’s about as convincing an argument as the scientist who doesn’t believe in global warming supports in the CBC podcast below. […]
LogocentricAugust 6, 2009
excellent addition, akbar. it is easy to see, from recent posts, that there is reason to be concerned about becoming too closely identified with a regime, which includes the myths it propagates and the ways of knowing that its adherents consider legitimate.