Wednesday, June 02, 2004

The inspiration for "The Day After Tomorrow"

James Bowman has a scathing review of "The Day After Tomorrow", which says it all from the conservative point of view.

But, upon reflection, the big chunk of the North Pole that comes crashing off and deep-freezes North America seems vaguely familiar. The critical commentary does seem to agree that "the day after tomorrow" does seem to be many orders of magnitude too abrupt for the global climate change to be produced by the greenhouse effect. Suspicious.

And then it hit me. Somebody's been reading "5/5/2000 Ice: the Ultimate Disaster" again!


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