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Merchants of Doubt (Blu-ray + DVD)

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Merchants of Doubt (Blu-ray + DVD)

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It was amazing to see the people who use devious tricks to ...An outstanding documentary. I was impressed by the book and, in some areas, this went beyond the book. It was amazing to see the people who use devious tricks to spread doubt and misinformation. These people are particularly proud of how successful they are in their craft ... I would recommend both reading the book and seeing the video. I am sure that we will continue to see the kind of devious misdirection outlined here as science and the public good confronts profits and the status quo.5A Must See For Anyone Who Cares About Life on this PlanetI've never been a skeptic regarding human aggravated climate change, but this documentary really opened my eyes to the tactics of those who stand to benefit from promoting the arguments that climate change is not happening, or it is happening but not aggravated by humans, or it is happening and is aggravated by humans but its not that serious and eventually can be fixed. The real eye opener for me is the fact that the naysayers are using the tobacco industry's playbook for denying the denying harmful results of cigarette smoking - including second-hand smoke. The misinformation, half-truths, and outright lies stagger the imagination. And yet more amazing is the number of us that believe it or are unwilling to accept it. I won't be here to really experience the most unfortunate results of all this greed and ignorance but feel very, very sorry for those that will.5True To Form, 20% Negative Reviews are "In Doubt" or Denial LOLWell the movie follows true to form, It is said Corporations only need to create doubt in about 20% of the population, as a few angry people will make a lot more noise than a couple hundred content people, and they only need to create doubt in a small portion of the population, and true to form it is reflected in these reviews. About 20% are the 1-3 star reviews, all repeating the talking points of this coporate media campaign. There is only one thing you need to follow in life to get answers, "Follow The Money" it only stands to reason if science is going to be hurting your 4th quarter profits, do you really think the conversation around a boardroom table is "oh well" ?5Tobacco. Pesticides. Fossil Fuels. Same "conservative think tanks". Same tactics. Same lies.Enlightening and with a touch of humor, but still takes aim at a serious subject. I'm not a liberal. I'm reviewing this as an evangelical Christian proponent of strong corporations and a strong economy. However, climate change is a real phenomenon and the vast majority of professional climate change dissenters (scientists or otherwise) are following ideologies that worship the fossil fuel mega-corporations. As the documentary shows, we've seen precisely the same tactics used (in many cases, from the very same 'conservative think tanks' masquerading as research labs) to promote the tobacco and chemical industries.5Wake-up call that Americans need; climate denial is a successful PR campaign paid for by oil companies and etc.Memorable quote of the film: "Doubt is our product"Really terrific documentary. Watched for a grad school class I'm taking on Green Politics and public policy. Was interesting that they started off with past examples of this type of organized deception campaign (essentially), smoking being the big one. It's remarkable that they were able to get interviews with the guys (noticed there were no women) who are hired by the companies to argue the "climate denier" side; one of them just had absolutely no compunction about what he's done and continues to do, whether it's giving completely misleading information or posting the email addresses of scientists who are then harassed. Both eye-opening and quite depressing, honestly.I like that we're shown how this campaign has really been so well orchestrated and the planning and careful strategy that goes into it. For example, as people come to believe in climate change more and more, the denial side evolves from outright denial, to then saying it's not bad, then that it's not manmade, etc. So that they're always pushing the envelope enough that they need to, but not so far that people will be able to easily dismiss them. Because as the scientists (and the fake experts) say, the science behind all of this is complicated and hearing the details can be very dry; the one-liners that deniers give are much easier to hang on to and make for much better TV.Don't think most people realize how little disagreement there is in the scientific community about climate change meaning, basically none. But when there are segments on television, they always have one person from each "side," even though one of them is representing 99% of the scientific community and the other is only representing the remaining 1% (or less, whatever it is). To a viewer though, it makes it seem like this is a controversial issue, hotly debated in the scientific community ... and it's not!Look forward to reading the book as well. Books are always able to go more in depth and so while I enjoyed the documentary a great deal, I'm hoping we get more insight into the companies, maybe off-the-record interviews or something. I also still don't completely get the motivation for the used-to-be reputable scientists who argue the denier side; there is an explanation given about how in the end, to them it comes down to being against socialism, and giving into the environmental side means more regulation, less free market, and that's what they want to avoid above all. ... But if they are able to realize the situation, do they not realize that it doesn't really matter if the US is socialist or not if in 100 years most of humanity is dead? It's easy to understand the motivation of the companies ($) and of the fake experts ($), but that's not the driver for the handful of people who are actually grounded in reality yet on that side of things.4Horrible left wing propagandaI watched this because I had to for class. It is a piece of trash. It is left wing propaganda to illustrate the same line they have been chanting since 1970. That chant is that the end of the world is coming if the US doesn't turn back the clock 200 years. They said in in 70, 80, 90, 2000 and now today. The world keeps turning in spite of their shouts.Funny how it is always the US needs to change but the rest of the world is OK. They also fail to show causation between the US economy and the change in the world. Their religion might gain some credibility if they would address some of the pollution problems in other countries. However, that clashes with the main point of their religion, tear down the US.The good side of the video is how it clearly demonstrates the tactics political groups use to shape public opinion.1This is science. It is docudramaI promised someone I'd watch this and in turn he would investigate the sun's effect on global temperature along with looking at history showing when it was warmer and when it was colder and how that correlated with solar activity. I also gave him Dr. Zharkova's name because it looks like she can predict global climate and has demonstrated it with historical reconstructions that fit almost exactly. This is a piece of crap and wouldn't recommend to anyone.1End of the world shoulda happened already!!Radical climate change propaganda. Basic premise: some experts lied about smoking in the 1980s, so obviously they re lying about climate change now. Who s the boogeyman? Duh, evil corporations. Never mind the fact that there are a legion of experts , scientists and activists making a mint off the the climate hysteria du jour. When I was a kid it was global warming, before that it was global cooling/imminent ice age. No coverage of that racket in this movie. I couldn t take it seriously. Wish I had my time and money back.1Eye OpenerPeople should see this documentary just for self education and awareness. Objectively watching it could help the average educated person to recognize that someone may be trying to influence an opinion or point of view that not only affect someone personally, but it could also have a major impact on a group, socially, culturally and even morally. Eye opener for anyone with an open mind.5Every earthling should watch not once, several times, then take actionJaw dropping revelations, every American and every person on earth should watch and learn. Watch it not once but several times, then donate it to your local library (or better, buy another to donate). In light of recent findings that flame retardants are a primary cause of the thyroid cancer epidemic, the information in this movie is even more astounding. It is curious how difficult it is to buy this dvd on Amazon, with search not working quite right, format warnings that it may not play in the US, and every rising price. Was 15 bucks initially. Are making dvds, blueray discs costs going up, as the price is now 20. One would think if demand is rising so much, it shouldnt be too hard or more expensive to press more discs, to the contrary it should be getting cheaper. There is a dvd and a blueray disc in this package. It is not an understatement to say life on earth depends on earthlings seeing this movie and taking action so pay the 20, pay the 30 just so the information gets out....as the impediments for getting it out grow curiouser and curiouser.5
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