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Global Warming: The Movie [The Day After Tomorrow] [Director: "No more Bush"]
| March 26, 2004
| Steven Milloy
Posted on 03/26/2004 7:25:04 AM PST by ZGuy
Edited on 04/22/2004 12:39:25 AM PDT by Jim Robinson.
Coming to a multiplex near you on May 28 is the global warming disaster movie,
(Excerpt) Read more at foxnews.com ...
KEYWORDS: climatechange; dayaftertomorrow; globalwarming; hollywood; moviereview; movies
posted on 03/26/2004 7:25:04 AM PST
I love disaster movies.
posted on 03/26/2004 7:28:26 AM PST
This movie's primary audience will be eco-nuts and the followers of Art Dingaling.
I love disaster movies.
Me too - that's why I'm so excited about the new one coming out in November. It's called: "John Kerry For President"
*music plays:* DUM DUM DUM DUM DUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUHHHHHHHMMMMMMMM*
posted on 03/26/2004 7:35:31 AM PST
("Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana" - Groucho Marx)
I love how John Stossel just the other night pointed out the myth of the depleting forests of America.
America is actually getting greener, although eco-nuts claim it is from "man-made (i.e. "unnatural") forests."
John Stossel remarked something to the effect of: "Do the spotted owls really care if the tree is 400 years old, or two years old?"
posted on 03/26/2004 7:38:17 AM PST
by Lunatic Fringe
(John F-ing Kerry??? NO... F-ING... WAY!!!)
To: Lunatic Fringe
The Left would rather see the forests burn than see a single dollar's worth of profit go to a forest products company.
Maybe the Left has built a big spaceship to carry them off the Earth...
posted on 03/26/2004 7:43:51 AM PST
How much silver mine pollution is caused by producing the film for this movie? Think of all the other industrial pollution just to develop the prints. Thanks for the warning - I'll just skip it.
posted on 03/26/2004 7:44:35 AM PST
(Yes, there is method in the madness.)
I was hoping it would be a movie made from Heinlein's book.
posted on 03/26/2004 7:45:22 AM PST
Maybe they can play the classic the Day After before they play this other flick.
posted on 03/26/2004 7:52:34 AM PST
( "If Bill Shakespeare lived today, would he have written a sequel call "Egglet"?")
Actually, the movie trailers and the web site are pretty cool. It's a shame the director is an a**hole
This director's next disaster movie should be Kerry 2004.
posted on 03/26/2004 8:09:52 AM PST
(cum puella incedit minore medio corpore sub quo manifestus globus, inflammare animos)
To: Prince Charles
This DOES sound like its taken from Bell's last book, doesn't it?
posted on 03/26/2004 8:12:06 AM PST
(The Fourth Estate is a Fifth Column!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
A winner! Yes, the movie is based on his fiction with Whitley Strieber.
Funny post and to the point! :^)
"....and a single day sweltering-to-freezing temperature change in New York City..."
Global Warming? Doesn't the earth go through "global warming" every year(freezing temperature to sweltering"
It's called " Seasons"
If the whole world can adapt this quickly over the span of 365 days, then why can't it do it over decades or centuries?
posted on 03/26/2004 8:19:14 AM PST
(Its is dangerous to be right when your government is wrong)
To: Prince Charles
It's not fiction, except for the obligatory leftist swipe that somehow it's being accelerated by our emissions and whatnot. The science and history/pre-history behind superstorms is real, and from a valid statistical perspective, we're about due for a shift.
The "global cooling" predictions of the 1970's we're ignored because it didn't fit the radical eco-nuts, though we're swinging back. Now that the evidence shows that "global warming" is a result of flawed models generating bad data fed back into more flawed models, the "eminent authorities" on climate change are beginning to parrot what Bell and Streiber said in their book.
posted on 03/26/2004 9:31:56 AM PST
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