See Planet of the Humans on multiple platforms & Patrick Moore talks to Alex Epstein

Great News!  

“Planet of the Humans” is now available on multiple digital platforms including iTunes, YouTube Movies, Amazon, Google Play, Vudu and Vimeo for rental or purchase. “Planet of the Humans” is also available on DVD, and is now streaming for free in Canada on Crave. All links are at planetofthehumans.com.

Following our wildly successful release on Youtube on the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, we are working diligently to make “Planet of the Humans” available globally in multiple languages. The film’s success in both achieving a huge audience, and creating a much-needed reckoning in the environmental movement has exceeded our wildest dreams.

All the links here.

AND THERE IS  MOORE

Alex Epstein talks to Patrick Moore (ex-Greenpeace) on his new project.

This week’s Power Hour is mostly a “best of” episode, featuring my interview earlier this year with Greenpeace founder Dr. Patrick Moore on climate catastrophism.

Topics include:

  • Why Moore left Greenpeace.
  • The beginnings of the climate catastrophe movement.
  • Why Moore believes human beings would not only survive but survive better at far higher average temperatures (which would be concentrated toward the poles).
  • Why Moore believes that contrary to being in a Sixth Extinction, we are actually at an unprecedented time of biodiversity with no end in sight.
  • Why Moore believes “ocean acidification” claims are totally meritless.
  • The commonality among opposition to plastics, GMOs, nuclear energy, and fossil fuels.
  • Moore’s unrefuted theory that human beings actually saved life on Earth from terminal decline in CO2 levels.

You can watch on YouTube or listen on Apple Podcasts.

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10 Responses to See Planet of the Humans on multiple platforms & Patrick Moore talks to Alex Epstein

  1. 2dogs

    which would be concentrated toward the poles

    This used to be a fact acknowledged as true by most skeptics and warmies alike (say, around 2003).

    Warmies will now not accept nor acknowledge this fact.

    They have put forward no scientific argument with respect to this change in position, or even acknowledge their position has changed.

  2. stackja

    If those who see carbon dioxide emissions as a problem, would stop exhaling they would help solve the “problem” by no longer contributing to the “dangers” of an “excess” of carbon dioxide.

  3. Dave of Reedy Creek, Qld

    I am still waiting for a lefty to actually prove CO2 is anything but a life giving gas without which we would all die. I also believe the whole Climate Change fraud is a grab for world power and money by globalists who use their useful idiots to protest and propagandise for them. Another piece in their puzzle which is really odd is the opposition to nuclear power. With clever new technology it has vastly improved yet cannot really be discussed in Australia. One only has to look at Comrade Merkel among others doing her green thing to see how a nation can be undermined. Lastly, if anyone was serious about the environment or our raptors in particular, they would never build another wind turbine. They are non recyclable and cost huge amounts using rare earth material that has to be dug up, processed at huge cost and used. Then there is the monstrous damage to the land with gigantic foundation blocks to hold these ghastly things up, they take around 900 tons of steel and 2500 tons of concrete, all this must be manufactured before they start “saving”us. Really?

  4. Herodotus

    Both the film and Patrick have been treated by the MSM in much the same way as have those revelations about the Biden family. As far as the lumpenproletariat are concerned they don’t exist.

  5. Mark A

    Dave of Reedy Creek, Qld
    #3675231, posted on November 30, 2020 at 12:51 am

    I am still waiting for a lefty to actually prove CO2 is anything but a life giving gas without which we would all die. I also believe the whole Climate Change fraud is a grab for world power and money by globalists who use their useful idiots to protest and propagandise for them. Another piece in their puzzle which is really odd is the opposition to nuclear power. With clever new technology it has vastly improved yet cannot really be discussed in Australia.

    France and others have been using a fairly old tech for quite a while without any problems.

    Done properly, they work.
    But I agree, new tech would be far better.

    In OZ?
    Not a chance, but we can dream.

  6. Mark M

    How wrong must “97% settled science” be before it is trashed?

    BoM: Australian Tropical Cyclone Outlook for 2020 to 2021

    Average to slightly above average number of tropical cyclones likely for Australia”

    http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/cyclones/australia/

    Wait. What?

    In the Climate Council’s Cranking up the Intensity: Climate Change and Extreme Weather Events report released (2017), the independent body predicted that in coming years, due to rising temperatures, cyclones would get less frequent but those that formed would be higher in intensity.

    “Cyclones in the tropics are predicted to become less frequent, but those that hit are expected to be of higher intensity, similar to that of the category five Cyclone Yasi that destroyed parts of Far North Queensland in 2009.”

    https://www.news.com.au/technology/environment/climate-change/longer-hotter-summers-predicted-in-extreme-weather-report-by-climate-council/news-story/958f45a1141453664fcb5933921b4c14

    Stick a fork in it, BoM.
    It’s done.

  7. Texas Jack

    Rafe, unless I missed it there doesn’t appear to be any Cat coverage of Matt Kean’s latest stupidity??

    Apparently this “coordinated approach to transmission, generation and storage will:

    > Deliver approximately 12 gigawatts of new transmission capacity through the Central-West Orana, New England and South West Renewable Energy Zones by 2030, and even more over time;
    > Support an estimated 3 gigawatts of new firm capacity in the NSW grid by 2030;
    > Attract up to $32 billion in private investment in regional energy infrastructure investment by 2030;
    > Support over 6,300 construction and 2,800 ongoing jobs in 2030, mostly in regional NSW;
    > Save around $130 a year on the average NSW household electricity bill and $430 a year on the average small business electricity bill between 2023 and 2040; and
    > Contribute to the NSW Government’s Net Zero Plan by delivering 90 million tonnes of reduced carbon emissions by 2030.

    Just like trams to Randwick were supposed to cost only half what they eventually did, not massively disrupt private concerns lining the rout, and not increase congestion as people who used to love catching the bus have found the trams actually increased commute times.

    Surely the waste and ineptitude of the NSW Coalition is worthy of a forthcoming Cat analysis??

  8. Turtle

    I’ve met Patrick Moore. Good bloke.

  9. Rafe Champion

    Thanks Texas, just too much going on but you can be assured that the “icebergs” team is all over it, so many things about it are just plain crazy that you don’t know where to start.

    There will be a stream of briefing notes that double as press released, blog posts, op eds and etc. The list of things that need to be addressed is so large that we are working on a plan of attack to make the best use of our limited resources.

  10. RJH

    Perhaps someone/anyone in the Media might care to ask Matt the Keen Green if he is prepared to forgo, along with all of his other Green Mates in Government who voted for this Economy wrecking rubbish, their future Government Retirement Super if none of these Green jobs come to fruition along with the reductions, promised in Retail Electricity Prices? Won’t be holding my breath, as these Media wankers are more concerned with frightening the bejesus out of everyone over the China Virus that has a 98% recovery rate! Mark Latham being the only one of these self-serving fraudsters to vote against it now is the only parliamentary choice for me at the next election

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