There has been a lot of interest in my new climate video. Already we have nearly
450 1500 views at Google video and over 200 700 downloads of the video. I am now releasing the video through YouTube.
YouTube requires that all videos be under 10 minutes, so I have broken the film into six parts. If you want to just preview a portion, the second half of the fourth film and the first half of the fifth are probably the most critical.
A Youtube Playlist for the film is here. This is a cool feature I have not used before, but will effectively let you run the parts end to end, making the 50-minute video more or less seamless.
The individual parts are:
Climate Video Part 1: Introduction; how greenhouse gases work; historical climate reconstructions
Climate Video Part 2: Historical reconstructions; problems with proxies
Climate Video part 3: How much warming is due to man; measurement biases; natural cycles in climate
Climate Video Part 4: Role of the sun; aerosols and cooling; climate sensitivity; checking forecasts against history
Climate Video Part 5: Positive and negative feedback; hurricanes.
Climate Video Part 6: Melting ice and rising oceans; costs of CO2 abatement; conclusions.
You may still stream the entire climate film from Google Video here. (the video will stutter between the 12 and 17 second marks, and then should run fine)