Now comes Newsweek, devoting a few pages to a Q&A with erstwhile Presidential candidate Al Gore, hyping his new movie. It’s a series of softball questions teed up by the reliably partisan Eleanor Clift. It’s funny — Gore says in there his interest first piqued as an undergraduate (way before he invented the Internet). What’s amusing about this is that a little while after he was an undergraduate, both Time and Newsweek were ringing the alarm about global cooling. He likely was on that bandwagon, too.
In any event, here’s a link to all our stuff on the theory of global warming, a more balanced view than you’ll get from Al’s movie.
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