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    Paramount to release "An Inconvenient Truth" May 26th

    (Hollywood Reporter)
    - Paramount's new specialty division has acquired worldwide rights to Participant Prods.' global-warming documentary "An Inconvenient Truth," featuring Al Gore.

    Helmed by Davis Guggenheim ("Deadwood," "The First Year"), the film, which had its world premiere at last month's Sundance Film Festival, weaves the science behind the issue of global warming with the former vice president's personal history and longtime commitment to communicating the pressing need to reverse the effects of global climate change.

    Paramount specialty division president John Lesher called the film "a visually mesmerizing and shocking look at the serious and dire state of our planet." He added, "We are very proud to help Al Gore expose the urgency of global warming to the widest possible audience."

    "John Lesher and his team expressed such incredible passion for the subject and the particular importance of getting it out in a timely manner so that it may have an opportunity to make a difference in the world," Participant president Ricky Strauss said.

    To coincide with the release of the film -- scheduled for May 26 -- Rodale Books will publish "An Inconvenient Truth," Gore's follow-up to his best-seller "Earth in the Balance: Ecology and the Human Spirit," which was published by Plume Books in 1992.

    Reuters/Hollywood Reporter
    I advise everyone to check out the movie if it is availalble to them. Al Gore is my favorite American alive.

    The 2006 US tornado season has so far been the most active of the 21st century: NOAA

    Abnormally warm temperatures and dry conditions during the winter throughout the southern and central United States kept water temperatures warm in the Gulf of Mexico. This has contributed to a busy and deadly start to the tornado season, according to NOAA meteorologists. A total of 68 tornado reports and 26 tornado fatalities in eight states on Sunday brought the totals for the year to 355 tornado reports and 38 deaths, said Dan McCarthy, warning coordination meteorologist with the NOAA Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Okla. Sunday's storms also caused two wind-related deaths and approximately 196 injuries.

    This is the highest total number of reports for the first three months of the year since 1999 and is a sharp contrast to last year when only 96 tornado reports and five deaths occurred by April 3. The number of deaths so far is the highest since 1998.

    Although seasonal forecasts of tornadoes are not possible, previous years with a very active start have produced high numbers of tornadoes throughout the year.

    Typically, the busiest months for tornadoes are April, May and June.
    One convienient location...... somewhere in Africa.

  • #2
    weird how only america is expiriencing these fucked up storms
    Originally posted by FunkySuicideGirl
    Ima sucker when some suck my lip or bite in it
    Originally posted by Syko Squidge
    ^
    fuck off you gay piece of cunt
    Originally posted by Otto
    That shit is fuck,

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    • #3
      Nah there are worse storms in Australia now too ... and Europe has colder Winters.

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