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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11458726

    The video involves groups of people being asked if they'd do anything to reduce their carbon emissions, with 'no pressure' to do so. Those that don't consider doing so then get blown up.

    It was subsequently taken down from their site after some complaints, but there are copies still up on youtube (the Guardian has embedded one in its article).

    What do you think about it? Is it (or would it have been) effective? To me it seems like it would have been effective if done by a climate change critic (from the critic's point of view), and doesn't actually help their cause at all - but perhaps by that being true they've ruined the impact such a campaign against them would have had.

    This seems like a decent idea though.
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    What a fail...
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    Not even that realistic.
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    An Inconvenient Truth's quite 'Gory'
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    It looks like tomato sauce.
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    I call publicity stunt.
 
 
 
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