The Denial Machine, are you part of it?

This documentary shows how fossil fuel corporations have kept the global warming debate alive long after most scientists believed that global warming was real and had potentially catastrophic consequences. It shows that companies such as Exxon Mobil are working with top public relations firms and using many of the same tactics and personnel as those employed by Phillip Morris and RJ Reynolds to dispute the cigarette-cancer link in the 1990s. Exxon Mobil sought out those willing to question the science behind climate change, providing funding for some of them, their organizations and their studies.

-the key players who deny global warming do not have credentials in science and are paid by oil companies
-those who were part of the "smoking doesnt cause cancer" debate now are on the "global warming doesnt exist" debate

How to get the public to think global warming doesnt exist

Rule number 1: Don't say global warming, say "climate change"
Rule number 2: Never call yourself an environmentalist
Rule number 3: Cast doubt on facts
Rule number 4: Manipulate language in reports for example:
-when scientists want to say "the earth is going through rapid change" change it to "the earth MAY be going through a period of change"
-change "uncertainties" to "significant and fundamental uncertainties"
-completely eliminate anything about glaciers melting
- don't say "cut green house gases" say "cut green house gas intensity"
Rule number 5: Bury any long science reports and muzzle any scientists who push for action
Rule number 6: Follow the path of the tobacco industry - prolong the truth as long as possible to keep profits and prevent policys from passing. plus pay a few scientists to say youre theories could be right
Rule number 7: Say global warming is good and natural, also that if humans wanted to stop it they couldnt so why try
Rule number 8: distrubute videos and flyers promoting the anti-global warming idea, funded by the OIL companies