http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060627/ap_on_sc/gore_s_science Scientists OK Gore's movie for accuracy By SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Writer Tue Jun 27, 4:24 PM ET WASHINGTON - The nation's top climate scientists are giving "An Inconvenient Truth," . Al Gore's documentary on global warming, five stars for accuracy. The former vice president's movie — replete with the prospect of a flooded New York City, an inundated Florida, more and nastier hurricanes, worsening droughts, retreating glaciers and disappearing ice sheets — mostly got the science right, said all 19 climate scientists who had seen the movie or read the book and answered questions from The Associated Press. The AP contacted more than 100 top climate researchers by e-mail and phone for their opinion. Among those contacted were vocal skeptics of climate change theory. Most scientists had not seen the movie, which is in limited release, or read the book. But those who have seen it had the same general impression: Gore conveyed the science correctly; the world is getting hotter and it is a manmade catastrophe-in-the-making caused by the burning of fossil fuels. "Excellent," said William Schlesinger, dean of the Nicholas School of Environment and Earth Sciences at Duke University. "He got all the important material and got it right." Robert Corell, chairman of the worldwide Arctic Climate Impact Assessment group of scientists, read the book and saw Gore give the slideshow presentation that is woven throughout the documentary. "I sat there and I'm amazed at how thorough and accurate," Corell said. "After the presentation I said, `Al, I'm absolutely blown away. There's a lot of details you could get wrong.' ... I could find no error." Gore, in an interview with the AP, said he wasn't surprised "because I took a lot of care to try to make sure the science was right." I think their are those on this board that need to apologize for their earth is flat tirades, because boys and girls the debate is over and Al Gore has done the extreme moral duty in throwing his weight behind it and trying to warn us in advance. God bless you Al Gore Gore's Movie To Win Rare "Humanitas Prize"... Associated Press | Posted June 21, 2006 09:30 PM From deseretnews.com The Al Gore documentary "An Inconvenient Truth" will receive a rare recognition from the Humanitas Prize, which honors screenwriting that helps "liberate, enrich and unify society." "An Inconvenient Truth," which chronicles Gore's quest to draw attention to global warming, will receive the organization's first Special Award in over 10 years, president Frank Desiderio announced Wednesday. Gore: "I Wish President Bush Would See The Movie"..."The Essential Debate Is Over" On Global Warming... my comment: It really is over and solutions should be sought out and people unify in conservation and new innovations that are clean and preserve the beautiful blue marble Jesus created.