Some 35 years ago, we were warned about the possibility of a new Ice Age. Indeed some of the so-called experts felt it was imminent. But here we are, in the 21st century, about to burn the hell up. And yet, despite all of the purported evidence, I'm still weighing the climate change protagonists in the balance.
Consider the scene in Al Gore's docudrama, An Inconvenient Truth, where the American seaboard is shown completely immersed by rising sea levels, and contrast that with the $9 million beach house -- 50 yards from the potential threat of the Pacific Ocean -- he purchased in southern California just a few years later.
And then there's Climategate. Refer to me however you like, but what is a potential believer in these theories to make of other truths deemed inconvenient by those who possibly abide by little more than flawed fear tactics?