Unconvinienth truth film review

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The tranquil soothing sound of nature combined with peaceful images, and a quick narration of what we take for granted, life on planet Earth. “An Inconvenient Truth “ takes us on a journey toreality, with host and former Vice President Al Gore whose interest in the matter originated back in his early years as a student in university. Al Gore Explains and portrays Footage of beautiful sightingsof our planet to remind us how our current status as inhabitants are slowly changing it’s future. “The era of procrastination , of half measures, of soothing and baffling expedients of delays iscoming to it’s close. In it’s place we are entering a period of consequences” Sir Winston Churchill, November 12th 1936.
“Earthrise”, The very first picture of Earth, taken on a Christmas eve in 1968during the mission of Apollo 8 is how Al Gore introduces himself as well as connecting with us viewers before explaining the basics of Global Warming. Global Warming, the increase in the averagetemperature of the Earth’s near-surface air and oceans since the mid-20th century and its projected continuation. Al Gore continues with his speech, never forgetting to add a little comedic side to maintainthe focus in his opening presentation which includes how he started getting involved. It all started by an image presented by his university professor, Roger Revelle, also the first person to proposemeasuring carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere . This image he explains, contains the gradual increase of carbon dioxide or CO2. Professor Revelle was a big influence on Al Gore, “He saw wherethe story was going after the first few chapters” Al gore.
He also includes his involvement in the matter as a politician, explaining how little attention was given by others. “There are goodpeople who are in politics in both parties, who hold this at arms length because if they acknowledge it and recognize it, then the moral imperative to make big changes is inescapable” Al Gore. From the...
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