Video - CO2: We Call It Death

co2 we call it deathWhen I first saw "An Inconvenient Truth", I was touched deeply by Al Gore's naivete. To bring science and facts to the global warming debate, is a bit like bringing a knife to a gunfight. Nice try Al. But the only way to fight stupid, is with stupid. I'll take over now.

If you are not interested in downloading the video onto your hard drive, and simply want to watch it as quickly as possible, then head to one of the following links...

Downloadable copies are hosted on Internet Archive in:
  Windows Media Video,
  MPEG-4 (playable in QuickTime),
  720x480 MPEG-2 (for recycling, or constructing DVDs),
  1280x720 MPEG-2 (for recycling, or presenting in HD).

There is also a HD downloadable copy in QuickTime H264.

If you are interested in recycling any of the footage, I've uploaded the (Sorenson) chromakeyed videos of myself talking...

A nice summary of arguments for and against the possibility of humans causing climate change can be found at the BBC.

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Stock - Timelapse of London Tube

Stock Timelapse of London Tube via Internet Archive In 2006-07, I traveled around Europe including London. Took quite a few timelapse shots, and the first I'm posting is that of a ride in the London Transit/Tube system. Was hoping the stopping and starting of the car would be a bit more obvious, and could potentially be put in sync with some electronica. Now reviewing the footage I don't think that would quite work. Hopefully someone can put it to good use.

Internet Archive is hosting the various speeds, all in QuickTime 7 (H.264) format, HD resolution. The black edges which appear are me stabilizing the footage in post.

This x064 speed version is 70MB, and probably the best clip to get a feel for what the footage looks like, as it is a middle speed.

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