CFACT Syracuse: It’s Not Evil, Just Wrong

Posted on March 25, 2011 in featured, News
CFACT Syracuse, Its Not Evil Just Wrong

CFACT Syracuse, Its Not Evil Just Wrong

On Thursday, March 25th CFACT Syracuse hosted a showing of “It’s Not Evil, Just Wrong: The True Cost of Global Warming Hysteria” -a response to Al Gore’s movie based on junk-science, “An Inconvenient Truth.”

 The event was organized to counter the typical  left-wing campus bias that climate change is substantially anthropogenic, that global warming exists, and that it is going to lead to the end of the world.

It’s Not Evil Just Wrong counters the claims of Al Gore starkly by highlighting that despite the failed presidential candidate’s claims there actually hasn’t been any significant warming in the past decade.

Many who came to view the movie were surprised to learn that their was an intellectual case to be made against so-called “Global Warming.” 

“I had no idea that the hockey stick graph featured on the cover of Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth was taken completely out of context,” said Morgan Wright.  

Gasps could be heard from the audience when students heard the undercover recording of Hollywood actor Ed Begley admitting that he was acting when he cried on stage imploring audience members to adopt the claims of Al Gore.

Students left the event feeling like they had obtained a new perspective on what the left calls “Global Warming.”