"The Great Global Warming Swindle" is a British Channel 4 production available on Google Video. It is well worth your staring at your computer screen and listening for its full 76 minute length (broadband connection recommended). In great detail it attempts to debunk what you've been hearing in the main-stream media -- and from the UN's IPCC -- about alleged human-induced global warming. It presents some of the scientists who are listed as contributors to the IPCC's publications as now being against what the IPCC has been saying. It even has a little surprise (half way through the program) about who was one of the people who got the GW-theory ball rolling and why. Very, very interesting, its delivery via Google demonstrates the potential of the internet as an alternative to television. The Washington Times had an article about the program this past week.
It is refreshing to see that there IS ANOTHER SIDE to the debate -- rather than hear "the debate is over."
In the next few days the GW proponents will come out on the attack -- and they should if anything was misstated or misrepresented in the program. But the debate should be about facts and logic -- not about Who is doing the talking.