Tue, 2006-05-30 07:50Richard Littlemore
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Movie Week: Conspiracy Theorists Take Note

Conspiracy Theorists Take Note

Conspiracy Theorists Take NoteWe don't know anything about this movie aside from the trailer, but “Who Killed the Electric Car?” looks like a whodunit that will travel well with “An Inconvenient Truth.”



Tue, 2006-05-30 06:42Jim Hoggan
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National Post: Manipulating Rather Than Reporting the News

In the PR world, there are two kinds of public opinion polls: factfinders and manipulators.

You commission factfinding polls to get a legitimate idea of where the public stands on an issue. For example, if you are representing a brokerage house, you might commission a survey to find out whether (or how much) the Enron case will discourage people from putting their money in the market.

Mon, 2006-05-29 11:42Richard Littlemore
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Lionizing Skeptics: National Post Defends Endangered Species

In a front-page on Saturday, the Joseph Brean made a 2,500-word case that the handful of Canadian contrarians who are skeptical about climate change are swell guys who are getting a rough ride from a brainwashed media.To his credit, Brean makes passing effort to address a couple of climate realities, but per policy, he carefully avoided speaking to any member of the scientific community who can easily debunk the skeptics' theories of clouds and solar forcings have caused the global warming that they can no longer deny.
Sat, 2006-05-27 08:07Ross Gelbspan
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Tempest: Inside the world of the Skeptics

The  Washington Post Sunday Magazine has published an extensive and very worthwhile article on the community of climate skeptics – starting with US hurricane expert William  Gray. 
(The article is available in the attached file)
Fri, 2006-05-26 11:27Richard Littlemore
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Early Raves for An Inconvenient Truth

The early reviews are in for Al Gore's climate change movie An Inconvenient Truth, and so far the response seems to be effusive. For example, Claudia Puig of USA Today says, “What could have been mired in political rhetoric or techno-speak is instead illuminating, fascinating and sometimes frightening.”

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