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“The judge identified nine aspects of An Inconvenient Truth, nine core errors, where Al Gore either misstated the IPCC or prejudicially exaggerated what they found.” John Day is the lawyer for a British parent who sued the British Department
of Education when they tried to distribute An Inconvenient Truth to schools.
Leave the politics out of science class
Written by Kristin McMurray   
Monday, 05 April 2010 11:55
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BEEThis past weekend I was horrified to learn that my little sister was shown the "Day After Tomorrow" as part of her geology class.  Scarier, for me, is that it happened at an University level.
Shouldn't students be horrified that they're paying hundreds of dollars per credit to be fed environmental propaganda? 

My story is one of many that we've encountered at Not Evil Just Wrong.



The Independent Woman's Forum has launched a Balanced Education for Everyone (BEE) program, which will help dispel the alarmism attached to Global Warming education.  The educational materials were approved by multiple educational standard committees to be compliant with the highest education standards available.  And unlike the IPCC 2007 report, the educational materials have been fact checked by expert panels for accuracy and scope.

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psikeyhackr said:

Physics, Economics and Education
Is pollution produced by manufacturing automobiles? Do automobiles wear out?

If automobiles wear out doesn't that mean they DEPRECIATE?

So how much do American lose on the DEPRECIATION of automobiles every year? When do economists talk about that? But you take a university level economics course and they charge you $100 for the economics book that you have to buy. There have been 200,000,000+ cars in the US since 1995. At $1500 in depreciation per car per year that is $300,000,000,000 lost on the depreciation of cars every year. That doesn't count refirgerators and air conditioners and stereos and TVs and computers etc., etc.

Now manufacturing all of this stuff creates pollution so how long it lasts and whether or not planned obsolescence is going on is IMPORTANT.

But you can make a big deal about a couple of movies while the economics profession can talk about GDP for decades and almost never mention NDP.

What is NDP? Never heard of it?

The economists subtract the depreciation of CAPITAL GOODS while they ignore the depreciation of Durable Consumer Goods but THEY DON'T TELL US ABOUT IT.

http://discussions.pbs.org/viewtopic.pbs?t=28529

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April 05, 2010
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