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Friday
Jul122013

Salt Lake Tribune calls Pandora's Promise "blatantly one-sided"

Sean P. Means in the Salt Lake Tribune spots the bias in Pandora's Promise.

"Stone hedges his bets by never presenting the other side. In fact, most of these experts go out of their way to lampoon traditional environmentalists as loony, out-of-touch and as stuck in old thinking as climate-change deniers.

The film’s blatantly one-sided presentation undercuts the pro-nuclear argument more than any counterargument."

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