Saturday, June 11, 2011

Making their parents proud: After a NASA-sponsored climate hoax workshop, actual college students produced this insane video, which depicts carbon dioxide as a "monster"

YouTube - "Climate Change Movies Trailer" UMass Lowell Student Film for Climate Change Class
This video was produced by students as part of the UMass Lowell course, "Climate Change: Science, Communication, and Solutions."
After spending most of the semester learning about climate change science, technological solutions, and policy, students participated in a three-day, NASA-sponsored workshop to create one-minute film shorts about climate change. They hope to bring needed attention to climate change in a creative and attention-grabbing way.


jae said...

Hope they show THAT to everyone. It's so stupid that it is funny.

jae said...

LOL: I hope they show that to EVERYONE. It is so stupid that it's funny, just like the belief in CAGW!

Anonymous said...

Say goodbye to last year's warmist idea to "communicate the uncertainties" in order to reach an increasingly doubting public. That's all so 2010. In 2011 they've returned to bludgeoning the public about the imminent climate Apocalypse. It's the natural approach of the doomer mentality. "The end is near!"

Kirt Griffin said...

I was interested in seeing what kind of junk these kids were seeing so I joined their climate initiative group. They are being fed articles by Newsweek, a web site called Dream something, and the NYT. Absolutely no science required. It is really pathetic. The leader is a faculty member called Craig Slatin.Reverse the L and the T Hmmmm? I left my first post subject to moderation. Can't wait to see what happens next. I feel like I just entered a lion's lair.