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Global Warming

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Had to make a short film highlighting problems in the world today, here it is.

Voice is my 8yr old cousin

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2040? So daf*ck what?

Pretty good animation with nice sound quality, and though it's good that you care about global warming and ecology, but you're missing a point quite a bit. First of all, humans throughout all of mankind history, weren't able to produce more co2 than the nature had produced in the last hundred years. The biggest sin on mankind is not producing co2, but destroying the "lungs" of earth, that are responsible for utilising Co2. Though most of you will think about trees now, which is partly truth, but the real natural oxygen factories, are not the trees but algae (they are responsible for producing over 70% of earth's oxygen). That to be said, stopping to drive a car or turning off your light when you leave home, won't have much contribute when it comes down to emission of co2, but it's something that we Can, and Should do, alongside with fighting against big and greedy concerns that destroy rainforests and water life.

educational, and your cousin narrating, sounds just adorable..

This was really cute and informantive. I really enjoyed this flash andi t was really sweet. I really do hope people will try to stop global warming as well.

I'm so sad they teach these lies to you. This is worse than teaching creationism. In 30 years the ice will still be here. The planet goes through natural climate change because the planet is imperfect, with an imperfect orbit around an imperfect sun spinning on an imperfect axis. Unstable weather should be expected, rather than buying into the capitalist lies. Even Ozone naturally replenishes itself by the atmosphere coming into contact with UV light.

Good job on the audio and video aspects however.

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3.19 / 5.00

Mar 10, 2013
8:59 PM EDT