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October 16, 2007

Nine Scientific Errors In Gore's Film?

-- by Dave Johnson

You may have been hearing that a British court ruled that there are "nine scientific errors in Gore's film An Inconvenient Truth"

Nope. Of course not. Just more of the usual right-wing propaganda.

Deltoid: An 'error' is not the same thing as an error,

A UK High Court judge has rejected a lawsuit by political activist Stuart Dimmock to ban the showing of Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth in British schools. Justice Burton agreed that
"Al Gore's presentation of the causes and likely effects of climate change in the film was broadly accurate."

There were nine points where Burton decided that AIT differed from the IPCC and that this should be addressed in the Guidance Notes for teachers to be sent out with the movie.
GO read the rest.

Posted by Dave Johnson at October 16, 2007 9:59 AM

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