Here’s the transcript from last night’s CNN/Glenn Beck special on global warming, which included our very own Chris Horner. Beck sets the tone of the program with his introduction:
GLENN BECK, HOST: Welcome to “Exposed: The Climate of Fear.” I want you to know right up front, this is not a balanced look at global warming. It is the other side of the climate debate that you don`t hear anywhere. Yes, Al Gore, there is another credible side.
We’ll get to Al Gore and his inconvenient truths about his movie in just a little bit, but I want to start with what we do know.
The globe is getting warmer. In fact, it’s warmed .7 degrees Celsius over the last 10 years. It’s not up for debate, but there are questions as to why it’s happening, how could the traffic it may be. Who is right? Who`s wrong?
Unfortunately, when it comes to climate, it takes years, even generations, to find out. So the only way to judge is to look back. Now ten years ago, the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC, had begun to convince many that global warming was caused by us. Man.
So the world reacted. They crafted what’s called the Kyoto Protocol. This is, according to many environmentalists, the gold standard of worldwide efforts to limit emissions of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide by industrialized nations that most blame for global warming. That’s us.
So what is the legacy of Kyoto? Well, once you realize how many holes there are in the consensus solution, you may begin to open up your mind to the other side of the global warming debate as a whole.
Full transcript here; video coming soon.