Originally posted by Indigo_Child
what kind of signs would we be expecting a month before it actually happens.
An ice age isn't going to snap into existance in a month. Even the quickest models of broadly defined 'climate change' require decades, and thats
sometimes for changes of a few degrees.
It bears a very shocking resemblance to what happend when everything froze in Day After tomorrow!
Its from norway, and its right on the beach, of course its covered in ice.
Things in the movie that have happened in the last year:
I suppose a similiar list could be made for things in the movie that happened a hundred years ago.
I didn't think the science in the movie was convincing at all
its not really supposed to be. Science Fiction is all about suspension of disbeleif, so all the movie needs to do is present a case plausible enough
to let you not think about it, at least not while watching the movie.
From what I undestand, climatologists were wary of the movie because it had bad science, and then were really wary of it because people saw the movie
and figured that thats
what the climatologists were talking about, which was absurd enough that it needn't be heeded.