Thursday, January 18, 2007

Sct-Fi Movie (Pre-Release): The Texas Oil Rig Massacre

Experience unfounded fear ... shock and mass hysteria ... see your family and your friends traumatized ...

The sequel is loosely based on An Inconvenient Truth (high bid 99 cents on Ebay at time of this writing), which is loosely based on political (federal grant addiction), not hard science.

The movie features more horrific Gore than the Texas Chainsaw Massacre and more truth than An Inconvenient Truth. Written by federal grant addicts who have abandoned skepticism required by the scientific method, it is the 21st Century's literary equivalent of H.G. Well's War of the World's.

Have you already been duped? Have you bought into the fallacies of prohibitively rare hydrogen or inefficient ethanol as the clean fuels of the future? You have plenty of company and probably don't want to spoil your Utopian vision by reading the shocking truth:

Why Global Warming is Probably a Crock (ten short paragraphs) by scientist James Lewis
Hint, the probability of the human-caused global warming models (theory, hypothesis) being correct is only one out of three, at best.

My hat tip to Teflon for his A Simple Exercise in Probability yesterday.


At 21 January, 2007 12:32, Blogger Old Gary said...

My, my, my, do I detect a little bit of Texas Bashing here?

Some of us Texans are Neanderthals, but not all of them.


At 21 January, 2007 13:30, Blogger Vigilis said...

No problem with Texans (they are not all Rathers). The movie was selected for gratuitous gore only. A politician of that same description mocks science as he cheerleads a popular doomsday cult.

Al Gore expects to gain everlasting fame as chief crusader for humanity's survival, which seems just a bit too pretentious to me. He also expects his London-based investment firm, Generation Investment Management (GIM), to profit very, very handsomely from environmental mandates based upon his junk-science, doomsday forecast.

GIM's investment focus is concentrated on "social and environmental responsibility". This seems a bit more than coincidental.


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