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Animated Series

Welcome to
'Dante's Climate Inferno:
An Exposť of the History behind the Climate Panic



A physical comic book version will be available as a free, downloadable PDF once the animation is completed


How is the animation different to the book?



The animation is focused on recounting the journey of how we increasingly got into this mess.

The main actors being the United Nations & Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

The animation does not get too caught up in debunking the science, which would distract it from it's purpose.





The book is totally geared to debunking the science and showing what is actually happening with the climate.

It looks at climate cycles, greenhouse gases, storms, sea level, computer models, and the role of the sun.

While it also exposes the IPCC & United Nations, it is not bogged down by attempting to untangle the history their involvement.


Chapters

Chapter 5: The IPCC Pasta Machine
Chapter 4: The Governance of Climate
Chapter 3: The Sky is Falling In
Chapter 2: Climate Science, A Time of Transition
Chapter 1: The Pioneers of Climate Science



The Ultimate, Animated Guide to the Climate Debate
Chapter 5 'Climate Pasta Machines'

The early 2000s saw the boldest attempts yet to forward a narrative of catastrophic climate change.

The crafty UN kept moving along with its attempts to legally curb emissions & create a low-carbon economy, with the World Bank all too ready to assist.

Al Gore's slick presentation misinformed an entire generation about climate change. Tapping into the mainstream, it affected public sentiment like nothing had else done previously.

This is a review for the thinking mind; one that you will not find on Rotten Tomatoes 🍅

The IPCC lost all pretence of caution, and began grasping at whatever it could to try to show humans were influencing the climate.

Pruning, mixing & switching between data sets (some of which had issues), as well as using studies tending to extremes.


The Climategate saga exposed a clique of high-profile scientists trying to manipulate the peer-review process.

But it was merely a speed bump...

Climate catastrophism was now a runaway train with governments, popular science, the public & economic markets all in tow, feeding off each other.

The only way it could stop now would be to crash.

This is the 5th chapter in an evolving, animated series. The style is simple, but effective, supporting a narrative that has been expertly prepared and weaved together to cut straight to the heart of the climate debate, past all the fuzzy-talking points that now characterise it.


Chapter 5 - Part 1
The UN-led conferences 2001 - 2007




Chapter 5 - Part 2
'Al Gore's Inconvenient Truth'



Chapter 5 - Part 3
The IPCC's 4th Scientific Assessment Report







The Ultimate, Animated Guide to the Climate Debate
Chapter 4 'The Governance of Climate'

The 90s was a time when the tentacles of climate governance reached out around the nations of the world and started to squeeze.

 It is all there: Mann and his Hockey Stick; the Earth Summit in Rio De Janeiro; the Kyoto Protocol; the IPCC reports; the annual conferences of parties; carbon sinks; and much more.

This will be the meat and potatoes for those looking to understand the series of formative events that directly set up the climate policies that we see in effect today.


This is the fourth chapter in an evolving, animated series. The style is simple, but effective, supporting a narrative that has been expertly prepared and weaved together to cut straight to the heart of the climate debate, past all the fuzzy-talking points that now characterise it.

Published 17 June 2019




The Ultimate, Animated Guide to the Climate Debate
Chapter 3 'The Sky is Falling In'

The late 70s and 80s saw fears about global warming grow. What was fuelling this? And how did we move so quickly from handfuls of concerned scientists to the establishment of an intergovernmental climate body!

The climate train was well and truly in motion by the end of the 80s, but had it left the track?


This is the third chapter in an evolving, animated series. The style is simple, but effective, supporting a narrative that has been expertly prepared and weaved together to cut straight to the heart of the climate debate, past all the fuzzy-talking points that now characterise it.

Published 9 December 2018




The Ultimate, Animated Guide to the Climate Debate
Chapter 2 'Climate Science, A Time of Transition'

The world certainly was a difference place after World War 2. But just how important was this time in transforming the face of climate science? Why did these changes go hand-in-hand in allowing attempts to address humanitarian concerns worldwide? And where was the spectre of CO2 looming throughout of all this?

This was a formative period for climate science as it got up from its hands and knees, and started to walk. But, was it walking in the right direction?...


This is the second chapter in an evolving, animated series. The style is simple, but effective, supporting a narrative that has been expertly prepared and weaved together to cut straight to the heart of the climate debate, past all the fuzzy-talking points that now characterise it.

Published 22 October 2018




The Ultimate, Animated Guide to the Climate Debate
Chapter 1: 'The Pioneers of Climate Science'

Just who were some of the early climate science pioneers? And what ideas did they have about the nature of CO2 and its role in the climate? How have they shaped how we view climate science today?


This is the first in an animated series. The style is simple, but effective, supporting a narrative that has been expertly prepared and weaved together in such a way to help cut to the heart of the climate debate, past all the fuzzy-talking points that characterise it.

And hey, if you like the series, you can really help by liking it, subscribing and sharing it around!


Published 23 September 2018







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