The Great Global Warming Swindle (DVD) Reviews

The Great Global Warming Swindle (DVD)

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  • W. Stevenson says:

    Review by W. Stevenson for The Great Global Warming Swindle (DVD)
    It would be intellectually dishonest not to view this documentary if you have also seen the Al Gore movie. This film reopens a healthy and much needed debate over global warming. Make sure you see both sides of this issue and I think this documentary with a scientific basis, contrasted with the factual errors, glaring omissions and over-the-top hype surrounding Gore’s movie may change your view on this issue. It seems a bit disconcerting and far from reassuring when one side doesn’t allow any sort of open debate or fact based challenges to their arguments. A must see for those who think they understand this issue.

  • Charlton Griffin says:

    Review by Charlton Griffin for The Great Global Warming Swindle (DVD)
    If you have seen “An Inconvenient Truth”, (and assuming you are not a scientist), then you absolutely must see “The Great Global Warming Swindle” in order to gain some perspective and balance. This documentary was produced by the BBC in response to the worldwide hysteria over global warming concerns. Because the average person cannot even solve a quadratic algebraic expression, it mystifies me as to how the same people are “convinced” that humans are destroying the planet. Water and air pollution I can understand, and I actively support programs to limit this kind of environmental damage. But the astounding theory that humans are heating up the planet through CO2 production has always seemed rather farfetched. But even assuming you have accepted this unconditionally after seeing Gore’s film, I invite those of you with open minds to see this very well produced film which will take you through the history of the global warming movement and also demonstrate why this theory is simply wrong.

  • Lucia says:

    Review by Lucia for The Great Global Warming Swindle (DVD)
    After watching GGWS, I see the debate is not over. There is more science in this presentation than in many of the other pro-global warming dvds, such as “Global Warming, the signs and the science” (which by the way was very painful to watch because Alanis Morissette is so bad.)

    In this dvd, I was able to listen to the scientists, and see their research, and understand the research. Much of the data covers centuries of data. So many of the pro-global warming dvds and books are just glitz, and scare tactics with very little science, and shows very little research over long periods of time.

    I highly recommend this dvd to anyone with a truly open mind.

  • Linda O says:

    Review by Linda O for The Great Global Warming Swindle (DVD)
    Look, I’m not a scientist but I do have some knowledge of history. Whenever someone engages me in a conversation about global warming I ask the following questions: Was it warmer or cooler when the dinosaurs roamed the earth? (correct answer: warmer) Was it warmer or cooler during the Middle Ages? (correct answer: warmer) What was the prevailing weather condition in the year that Washington crossed the Delaware? (correct answer: we were in the middle of The Little Ice Age). Do I believe in climate change? (yes) Do I think humans are responsible for it?(no). If we are, why is the planet Mars experiencing the same climate change as Earth? Seems to me I had an entire section in 5th grade science (in the 60’s) opining about the impact of sun spots and solar wind on the climate of the earth.

    My point is: this film is a push back from the scientific community that identifies the “global warming” contingent as a political and indeed pseudo religious movement. The premise is pretty interesting. I am already a convert but the data is pretty compelling – take a risk.

  • James Stewart says:

    Review by James Stewart for The Great Global Warming Swindle (DVD)
    . . The title and intro to this documentary can be a put off for those whom you might want to watch it, but the tone of the body of it is reasonable and informative. It includes the political history of the global warming movement, which began in Great Britain.

    . . Some of the people interviewed do express exasperation and frustration at times, but considering their experiences and the situations they are talking about, that too is understandable; one of those is a co-founder of Green Peace.

    . . It is definitely worth watching.

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