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Old 08-01-2006, 02:30 PM   #11
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One more thing that is kinda neat. The last trailer to run before the movie starts is: "Who Killed the Electric Car"
Yea, I saw "who killed the Electric car" the other day. I though it was good. Had some honda EV they were distroying.
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Old 08-01-2006, 10:12 PM   #12
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Just got back from watching this movie. It's highly recommended. Finally a movie about global warming that can just give you facts.
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So what was the movie?
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So what was the movie?
The movie is "An Inconvient Truth."

http://www.climatecrisis.net/
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Syriana - watched that this weekend - hard to follow but at least cluny dies in the end.

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I want to see "who killed the electric car?" now that is out in pittsburgh.

I did see "An Inconvenient truth" a few weeks ago. It was a bit boring to me. Yes, I did get educated about global warming. I just wish it was in a slightly more entertaining fashion.
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`Truth,' Faith, And Al Gore
Many State Religious Groups To Take Part In Screening Of Global Warming Documentary
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Old 09-09-2006, 09:56 PM   #18
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`Truth,' Faith, And Al Gore
Many State Religious Groups To Take Part In Screening Of Global Warming Documentary
And Democrats are finding faith. It's all politics. At any rate, I hope they take something away from the film. The "Religious Right" doesn't seem to believe in science. No, I'm not kidding. They'll find some way to smear the hell out of it.

This next prez election is going to be unbelievable -- even the Congressional Races this November are hot. It makes me sick We all need to get to the polls and kick some incumbent ***.

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And Democrats are finding faith. It's all politics. At any rate, I hope they take something away from the film. The "Religious Right" doesn't seem to believe in science. No, I'm not kidding. They'll find some way to smear the hell out of it.

This next prez election is going to be unbelievable -- even the Congressional Races this November are hot. It makes me sick We all need to get to the polls and kick some incumbent ***.

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i believe in science. i guess i must not be that religious.
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i believe in science. i guess i must not be that religious.
My experiences have allowed me to do both, simultaneously. My post above goes WAY deeper into politics than this site deserves.

I could rant and rant right now about other issues including FE and CO2 emissions, but there are behind-the-scenes factors at work in BOTH Church and State which makes me very upset

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