The Movie” Challenges ‘Climate Crisis’ Pseudoscience

2024-03-16 13:00:19

Over the course of my career of writing for Legal Insurrection, I have had the opportunity to share the good works of the CO2 Coalition (of which I am a member).  I have also been blessed to cover a wide range of issues related to the politicized science that climatology has become.

Some of my recent posts indicate there has been a shift in public attitudes toward science, especially ones dominated by government “experts” and progressive agendas.

Now the CO2 Coalition has joined the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), and the Heartland Institute present the American premiere of Climate: The Movie.

The film will be on March 19 at the Angelika Film Center & Cafe at Mosaic in Fairfax, Virginia. Tickets can be obtained through In the weeks that follow, the film will be distributed through other media platforms.

British filmmaker Martin Durkin directed this move, after gaining attention for his work on  “The Great Global Warming Swindle” in 2007.

Columnists Liam Halligan and Allison Pearson for The Telegraph recently spoke to Durkin, about the evidence he found that the science doesn’t always add up when it comes to climate change pressures.

“The frustrating thing for scientists in this area is you’re not really allowed to point to scientific data or observations published in mainstream journals carried out by scientists from very respected universities and so on, even cited by the IPCC (The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a body of the UN)… if it doesn’t fit the narrative. And the pressure on them to shut up is extreme.”

“We have such an enormously powerful, publicly funded establishment that is able to control, directly or indirectly, what we hear, what we read, what we’re taught, what is okay to think, and what’s not okay to think.”

The focus of the firm will be all the science Big Media, eco-activists, and climate cult bureaucrats try to hide.

Durkin talked about his experiences making Climate: The Movie with author and podcaster Thomas A. Nelson. He notes that climate pseudoscience has expanded since his first foray into this subject in 2007 to be extreme pervasive, and how scientists who attempt to challenge the orthodoxy are bullied and silenced.

The timing of this movie could not be better. Elon Musk’s X has given real scientists a chance to voice analysis and present data challenging the climate cult pseudoscience.

Hopefully, this movie gets the support it needs and is shared so that more people are aware of challenges to the “climate crisis” narrative that are based in fact and supported with actual data that takes into consideration geologic history and solar cycles.


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