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Richard Alley's Escalator

Posted on 17 May 2012 by dana1981

In the latest video over at Climate Crocks, Richard Alley debunks the myth that global warming stopped in [insert year] with some excellent anecdotes.

Alley's presentation is very similar to our own very popular Escalator:

And he also invokes the dog walking analogy:

Overall, it's the usual excellent climate communication from the great Richard Alley.

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  1. How can we count the number of people who change their mind after seeing this video?
    I will help!!

    Pieter
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  2. As usual, Dr Alley does a great job.
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