Using "virtual reality" computer simulations, social journalist James Burke traces the Earth's history of ice ages and warming trends, and presents several possible scenarios caused by the ... See full summary »

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Using "virtual reality" computer simulations, social journalist James Burke traces the Earth's history of ice ages and warming trends, and presents several possible scenarios caused by the greenhouse effect during the 1990s to 2050. The video release consists of two videos, "The Fatal Flower" and "Secret of the Deep." Written by Fiona Kelleghan <fkelleghan@aol.com>

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If you believed anything about "An Inconvenient Truth" see this too.
2 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

More depth, and 20 years earlier than "An Inconvenient Truth" warning. Aired on public television, and hard to find these days. It should be on DVD and circulated to all environmentalists so they can share with their families and friend so they can help prevent a devastating future climate changes. Burke uses early computer enhanced predictions. Hypothasises How, Where and Whats of global warming. Will not make sense to those who refuse to believe in Greenhouse Effects, Ocean Warming, and pollution. Does not paint a rosy picture that would sell his film. It is a little bit more far reaching than the current "An Inconvenient Truth." I.M.H.O.


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