Climate Hustle: Moi on the Big Screen

Posted: May 2, 2016 by oldbrew in alarmism, humour, media

Somebody has to push back against these serial climate alarm exaggerators.

Donna Laframboise gets a few words in…

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I’m on screen for a few seconds in a documentary film that will be shown in movie theatres across the US on May 2nd.

Tomorrow, May 2nd, a documentary film titled Climate Hustle will be shown in hundreds of movie theatres across the United States. This is a one-day event only, although here in Canada the film will be shown on May 2nd and 3rd in Toronto, and on May 8th in Halifax (full details here; film website here).

I wasn’t interviewed by those involved and haven’t seen the film, but have been advised it includes a brief clip from a lengthy interview recorded by Australian filmmaker Topher Field in 2013. Others appearing in Climate Hustle include climate scientist Judith Curry who blogs about the film here, Greenpeace founding member Patrick Moore, economist Richard Tol, and biology superstarDaniel Botkin.

Bill Nye, who plays a science…

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  1. oldbrew says:

    As the trailer says: When misinformation comes knockin’, Morano gets rockin’

  2. Graeme No.3 says:

    For “climate change ©” the end is Nye?

  3. Richard111 says:

    And with the steady drop in SST for the North Atlantic what is the betting we see ice bergs heading south as the oil drilling steps up in the Arctic?

  4. oldbrew says:

    Climate Hustle – review.

    ‘Climate Hustle is full of laughs, some slapstick, possibly “most important movie of the year,” and as rousing a debunking of climate change hysteria we have possibly seen.’