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Too Hot Not to Handle (2006)

TV Movie  |   |  Documentary  |  22 April 2006 (USA)
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A documentary on the effects of global warming in the United States.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Oppenheimer ...
Himself (as Michael Oppenheimer PhD)
Donald Kennedy ...
Himself (as Donald Kennedy PhD)
Stephen Schneider ...
Himself (as Stephen Schneider PhD)
Laurence S. Kalkstein ...
Himself (as Laurence S.Kalkstein PhD)
Richard Somerville ...
Himself (as Richard Somerville PhD)
Daniel Schrag ...
Himself (as Daniel Schrag PhD)
Jonathan Patz ...
Himself (as Jonathan Patz MD)
Tom Wigley ...
Himself (as Tom Wigley PhD)
Kevin Trenberth ...
Himself (as Kevin Trenberth)
Paul R. Epstein ...
Himself (as Paul R. Epstein MD)
Jonathan Foley ...
Himself (as Jonathan Foley PhD)
William Collins ...
Himself (as William Collins PhD)
Scott Pattee ...
Himself - USDA
Michael Scott ...
Himself (as Michael Scott PhD)
Steve George ...
Himself - George Fruit Farm


A documentary on the effects of global warming in the United States.

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Heat waves. Melting glaciers. Rising sea levels. Catastrophic storms. Migrating viruses. Population displacement. Over the past 100 years, the mass consumption of fossil fuels, especially in America, has contributed to a dangerous warming of the earth that has adversely impacted the way we live. The cautionary documentary TOO HOT NOT TO HANDLE offers a guide to the effects of global warming in the United States.





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Fear Mongering
14 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

They scam about global warming is coming to an end. There may be a little global warming, but #1-It is NOT man made. The oceans release more CO2 in a year than mankind has released since the industrial revolution. A single active volcano eruption pour 100 times the C02 man has contributed since the invention of the combustible engine. #2-Global warming is not, I repeat, IS NOT a bad thing. According to scientists, not politicians, but scientists, this warming has occurred before as weather has always gone in cycles. The last time we had a slight warming, less than 10 degree centigrade (which is what the fear mongering hacks are claiming), our global society prospered. Greenland wasn't named Greenland because it was a frozen tundra. At one time Greenland was one of the greatest tropical paradises there was. The greatest movie that you can see on global warming is called "The Great Global Warming Swindle". I highly recommend it to anyone concerned with the hoax. This documentary was made by scientists, not political hacks with an agenda driven motive to gain even more control over this planet.

All of the misguided and intentional misinformation is beginning to be exposed and the truth will be known. I hope Al Gore is handed his head on a platter and they revoke his Nobel Peace Prize, which no longer carries any credibility as far as I'm concerned.

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