Mon, 2007-07-16 16:43Kevin Grandia
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ABC Australia's Tony Jones and Durkin Transcript

For those of the paper-print orientation, attached is a transcription of the ABC Australia's Tony Jones interview with “Great Global Warming Swindle” director, Martin Durkin.

Probably a good idea to store this one away. You never know when YouTube will pull down the videos.

Thanks to our anonymous friend in the UK for sending this on to us. Fabulous!

Mon, 2007-07-16 16:24Kevin Grandia
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"Great Global Warming Swindle" Poll

Results so far on our “Great Global Warming Swindle” straw poll on favorite part from the ABC Australia's Tony Jones interview with director Martin Durkin:

20% like “Everyone is Wrong But Durkin”

22% like “Climate Scientists Don't Even Understand the Basics”

10% like “Dude What's Up With Your Graph”

25% like “Oh, I Forgot My Graph Was 25 Years Old!”

22% like “No Flaws, No Flaws, No Flaw”

Click here to read more and add your vote!

Mon, 2007-07-16 14:48Kevin Grandia
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Mon, 2007-07-16 10:45Bill Miller
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Pollution control doesn’t curb greenhouse-gas emissions, Utah task force says

The converters and filters used to combat air pollution from cars won’t help to reign in global warming because they do nothing to reduce fuel consumption. To cut the carbon emissions that drive climate change, people need to drive smaller cars.

Mon, 2007-07-16 10:08Bill Miller
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Global warming puts nuclear power on the hot seat in climate-change struggle

As greenhouse-gas emissions continue to build in the atmosphere, nuclear power is emerging from the shadows in the struggle to curb climate change. More than a decade after a nuclear plant was completed in the U.S., the Bush administration now touts it as a possible solution and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change hasn’t ruled it out. And the U.S.’s leading nuclear research lab is working to render the controversial source a safe alternative to fossil fuels.

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