Everyone should see An Inconvenient Truth. It's captivating, frightening, inspiring, and refreshingly objective.
In his review, Rogert Ebert says this: "In 39 years, I have never written these words in a movie review, but here they are: You owe it to yourself to see this film."
My favorite part was where Al Gore presents this table:
|| Peer-reviewed Scientific Papers
|| Popular Press
|Support the theory of Global Warming
|Question the theory of Global Warming
I'll be back in Eugene mid-next-week and would like
to see it again. But don't wait for me--you may want to see it again, too.
From the University of Oregon Student Conduct Code:
(21) Stalking, defined as repeatedly contacting another person when: (a) The contacting person knows or should know that the contact is unwanted by the other person; and (b) The contact causes the other person reasonable apprehension of imminent physical harm or the contacting person knows or should know that the contact causes substantial impairment of the other person's ability to perform the activities of daily life. As used in this subsection, "contacting" includes but is not limited to communicating with or remaining in the physical presence of the other person.
Today, I started writing my dissertation.