In Britain, Stewart Dimmock, a father of two, a Kent school governor and a member of political group the New Party, asked the court to ban the film from the classroom. The Telegraph reports, ‘Mr Dimmock argued the film was unfit for schools because it was politically partisan and contained serious scientific inaccuracies, as well as “sentimental mush”.’
I did not see anything partisan. I agree there is some sentimental mush. However, I watched the film quite carefully and was already fairly knowledgeable about the issue by non-climate-scientist standards. So, I hear a statement like the one by Mr. Dimmock and see no specific inaccuracies listed and say, ‘What inaccuracies is this guy talking about??!!?’
Anyone have a list? Anyone have a single one? If so, please cite them here.