This must be coordinated blitz week for climate alarmism leading up to the 350.org “march on climate” Sept 21 in New York City. Now there’s a movie about the so called “climate disruption” (the third name in a series, because the first two didn’t do the trick).I think they should just move on to “boogeyman” and leave it at that.
Besides the usual claims in this movie, we have one twist: NYT reporter Justin Gillis appears in the film. Gillis first appears at the 8min. 30 sec. mark in video. The video itself is full-on alarmism, and links all bad weather events to rising carbon dioxide. But, the IPCC in their SREX report pretty much put an end to that speculation.
Ho hum. Making uneducated people scared of the weather is what they used to do in medieval times for power an control. In fact, that sort of ruse goes back to the beginning of human history. Astraphobia, the fear of thunder and lightning, is actually a recorded mental illness, so it seems possible that fear of nonexistent ‘climate induced weather’ might also get a diagnosis soon. Call it Coelusphobia, from the latin word coelus (weather).
If you can’t stomach the whole movie, there’s always the trailer at just over 2 minutes.