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Unformatted text preview: English 102 Prof. Ross 12 April 2007 Daedalus, ManBearPig and Lady Godiva Contrary to the movie’s title, Al Gore’s compilation of flashy propaganda, An Inconvenient Truth came out at quite a convenient time for both himself and the democratic party; two years before the presidential election when the opposing party’s leader was at his worst. Though it is common knowledge that the people behind the Academy Awards and most movie criticisms are flaming left-wing liberals, there are still some writers out there that who dare to look past the clever façade of Gore’s flashy technology, meaningless political jabs and oh-so-deeply moving memories to see what information his documentary really has to offer. I am not saying that global warming does not exist, just that it exists in a way very different then as portrayed by Gore. The first critic says of the film that Gore’s argument is like, “trying to kill a mosquito with an atomic bomb,” and that it, “ultimately fails because of Gore’s faulty logic” (Medley). He then goes on to list out Gore’s flaws, such as “confirmation bias,” “correlation to cause,” and “casual oversimplification.” “correlation to cause,” and “casual oversimplification....
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