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Not Evil Just Wrong premieres tonight

Ed Hiserodt at NewAmerican gives us more:

At 8 p.m. on Sunday, October 18, more than 1,400 groups will be hosting the movie Not Evil Just Wrong, a documentary about the real cost of global warming hysteria.

A list of public premiers can be found at http://www.noteviljustwrong.com/your-premiere/public-premieres. It is billed to be "part of a World Record for the largest ever simultaneous film premier." Packets containing the DVD, tee-shirts, invitational post cards, a movie poster, and even a strip of red carpet for the front porch have been sent to hosts to help make this a gala and interesting way to educate those who haven't given much thought to the global warming controversy and Cap and Trade legislation proposed to solve this non-problem.

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After having had the opportunity to review the film prior to its October 18 release, I would like to touch on several areas without ruining the "plot" for viewers:

• It is aimed at the people who are the producers of America's wealth and their families. Few today have any conception of what is facing them if energy comes under government control. This is a wake up call for us.

• While feigning support of the disadvantaged, the environmental movement is shown clearly by a specific policy example to have an agenda that is frankly against the advancement of the human race -- as bizarre as that may seem. You will find it difficult not to agree.

• Finally, the underpinnings of the case for global hysteria are shown to be either non-existent or criminally fraudulent. You may have wondered about "the hockey stick," which supposedly shows the Earth heating up in recent years. Wonder no more.

There is only one thing that bothers me about the movie: its title. After seeing Al Gore caught in lie after lie, one wonders if the "not evil" part is correct.

AJStrata details how we can participate online in the viewing:

But as important, the premiere will be across the internet and in local premieres. Here is the post from WUWT explaining the event:

Fewer than 50 hours from the 8 pm EDT Sunday launch of Not Evil Just Wrong -- set to be the world's largest simultaneous film premiere party in history -- the documentary's co-creators today announced options for people across the globe to watch it FREE over the internet. Live links follow.

In addition to the thousands of individual DVD/theatrical premiere parties being hosted across the nation (map available here), the documentary will also be streamed live over the Internet -- accessed for free by anyone who visits the site. Not Evil Just Wrong will also be available on several Internet domains to ensure bandwidth sufficient to handle the expected massive interest in the documentary.

Live Streams:

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/not-evil-just-wrong

http://bighollywood.breitbart.com

http://action.afa.net

To Participate:

- Twitter: http://twitter.com/Not_Evil

- Facebook: http://facebook.com/noteviljustwrong/

- YouTube (just send us a message with your attached video):

http://youtube.com/noteviljustwrong

Hoping it's of quality and that as such, it gets passed on and on.

Trailer follows:

Crossposted(*).


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"Not Evil Just Wrong" appea... (Below threshold)
Victory is Ours:

"Not Evil Just Wrong" appears to be an apt title for this effort.

Errors just in the trailer:

1. Claims that Al Gore said sea levels will rise catastrophically, "in the very near future." Not in his movie, not in his writings or speeches. Not true. That's a simple misstatement of what Gore said, and Gore had the science right.
2. " . . . [I]t wouldn't be a bad thing for this Earth to warm up. In fact, ice is the enemy of life." "Bad" in this case is a value judgment -- global warming isn't bad if you're a weed, a zebra mussel, one of the malaria parasites, a pine bark beetle, any other tropical disease, or a sadist. But significant warming as climatologists, physicists and others project, would be disastrous to agriculture, major cities in many parts of the world, sea coasts, and most people who don't live in the Taklamakan or Sahara, and much of the life in the ocean. Annual weather cycles within long-established ranges, is required for life much as we know it. "No ice" is also an enemy of life.

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That's a whopper about every 15 seconds in the trailer -- the film itself may make heads spin if it comes close to that pace of error.

And that's just the trailer! I stopped with the two examples shown but there are more. Here's a link to the web page cited above. [New Junk Science Movie]

Stupid, evil and just pl... (Below threshold)
914:

Stupid, evil and just plain wrong.

Starring Al Gore, would have been a more apt title!

VIO,How are those ... (Below threshold)
howcome:

VIO,

How are those predictions of rising temps going? Those computer models sure were correct.

MUch better then listening ... (Below threshold)
Flu-Bird:

MUch better then listening to AL GORE big fat ego-trip

Claims that Al Gor... (Below threshold)
Eric:
Claims that Al Gore said sea levels will rise catastrophically, "in the very near future." Not in his movie, not in his writings or speeches. Not true. That's a simple misstatement of what Gore said, and Gore had the science right.

VIO, What are you talking about? Al Gore's sea level prediction is central to his Academy Award winning, Nobel Prize winning movie. And its wrong.

Link Here:

Yet An Inconvenient Truth asserts that a sea-level rise of 20 feet is a realistic short-term prospect. Gore says the entire Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets could melt rapidly; the film then jumps to animation of Manhattan flooded.

Link Here:

Yes, in fact, in his documentary he talks about what the world will look like - Florida and New York - when the sea level rises by 20 feet. But he deftly avoids mentioning the time frame for which that might happen. When you look at the forecast of sea-level rise, no one's expecting 20 feet of sea-level rise in the next couple of centuries, at least. So that's another thing that makes scientists a little bit uneasy; true, we have to be worried about global sea-level rise, but it's probably not going to happen as fast as Gore implies in his movie.

Another link here:

Well, at least not always. Take sea level rise for example. Gore spends a lot of time talking about how dramatic melting of the Antarctic and Greenland ice caps that could raise sea level by 20 feet by 2100. He shows computer animated maps in which most of southern Florida, southern Manhattan, Shanghai, and Bangladesh are inundated. "Think of the impact of a couple hundred thousand refugees, and then imagine 100 million," says Gore. Of course his reference to the couple of hundred thousand refugees aims to evoke thoughts about the horrific experience of New Orleanians last year.




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