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An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power (2017)

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A decade after An Inconvenient Truth brought climate change into the heart of popular culture comes the follow-up that shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution.

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A sequel to The Inconvenient Truth, the follow-up documentary addresses the progress made to tackle the problem of climate change and Al Gore's global efforts to persuade governmental leaders to invest in renewable energy, culminating in the landmark signing of 2016's Paris Climate Agreement.

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Pure Science Based on facts to Convince the Ostriches And Intellectually Honest
18 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

First, this movie is cold hard facts created to give back knowledge to masses, including easy to deceive right-wingers who can't think logically for themselves. The movie uses individual incidents to weave a pattern together one big massive, factual picture to inform that mortals have significant effect on this planet. It just is so. In fact, the heating of the earth's atmosphere, caused by tacky trucks and SUVs is quickly becoming the new discovery of our time! Many conventions are held worldwide where actual scientists provide documented evidence and conclusive proof that global warming is indeed serious ... unless you have a spaceship and will flee the planet. And no one is more truthful than those who say fat Trump should not destroy the planet! Once again, if money is to be made, the climate change deniers, blind, those in payola with big coal and big oil and ostriches arrive on the scene and deny evidence. This movie exists not to further enrich taxpayer subsidized big oil, but to have organizations that would benefit from climate-change denial revealed. Follow the money. Big oil, big coal, SUV manufacturers, etc. Follow the money. Follow the money. Al Gore went into this to do good, and ended up doing well--very well indeed. Honest scientists are outraged at these people who cannot even stick their heads out of the window to see what is going on and choose big payments of cash to junk science and payola so-called scientists. Al Gore correctly would have these scientists labelled "bad science" if there was a better planet to be made and there is. Notice the language that is used. I've seen the raw data on sea levels, however, if I said what the data actually show, then I'm akin to a person who cares for the planet (and deniers hate that)! If you've heard the term "climate change denier" which is used often, then you understand some people are being paid by large polluters and others just hate humanity and themselves. We need more good science, easy access on who is funding the studies and transparency on who is benefiting financially by undermining and ignoring 99% of scientists. THEN, we might begin to address the serious issue of keeping Earth healthy.


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