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An Inconsistent Truth (2012)

Interviewing multiple scientists on climate change, not only does this film cover the science and the facts, it explores the culture of the global warming movement and its motivation, and who stands to make millions.


Shayne Edwards


Phil Valentine
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Cast overview:
Phil Valentine ... Self - Host
Newt Gingrich ... Self
Jim DeMint ... Self
James Inhofe ... Self
Frederick Singer ... Self
John Christy John Christy ... Self
Roy Spencer Roy Spencer ... Self
Ken Green Ken Green ... Self
Greg Walden Greg Walden ... Self (as Rep. Greg Walden)
Steven Milloy Steven Milloy ... Self
Drew Johnson Drew Johnson ... Self


An Inconsistent Truth is one man's odyssey to find the truth about man-made global warming. As the title suggests, this is an answer to Al Gore's Oscar-winning documentary but it's much more than a simple rebuttal. We not only talk with leading scientific experts on the 'skeptic' side but we explore the entire culture of the global warming movement; often in a humorous and satirical way. The viewpoint of this film might not be the most popular position on the subject but it offers refreshing diversity. Diversity, after all, is not just found in different cultures or races or religions. True diversity is diversity of thought. Written by Anonymous

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The movie they don't want you to see.

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for thematic elements, some violent images and brief language

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Spoofs An Inconvenient Truth (2006) See more »

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2 February 2012 | by waggs68See all my reviews

This movie is a must see regardless of your opinion on 'Man Made Global Warming.' I had high expectations going in, but the movie was far better than anticipated. Phil Valentine debunks many of the so-called facts used to push the Global Warming agenda and refutes them with facts, figures, charts, and expect testimony. Phil exposes the hypocrisy of Al Gore and how he stands to financially gain from 'green house gas' regulation. The movie strips away the hype and exposes the truth behind the UN's interest and influence on this subject and the real reason they are pushing this subject so hard - redistribution of wealth. Interesting, informative, entertaining and thought provoking. Take the entire family; you'll want to see this one more than once.

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Release Date:

27 January 2012 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Baltimore, Maryland, USA See more »


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Opening Weekend USA:

$20,733, 29 January 2012

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