Global Warming film & a message from aliens?

I’ve just come across the most unusual article ever mentioning global warming. Apparently the author of the film: “the Day after tomorrow” which was a global warming propaganda film:

That information given to Strieber by the mystery man formed the basis of a book co-written in 2000 with legendary radio talk show personality Art Bell, “The Coming Global Superstorm,” which evolved into the 2004 apocalyptic film “The Day After Tomorrow.” (Huffington post)

Apparently, Strieber was visited by a stranger one night in a hotel. Who told he all kinds of strange and wondrous things from the dangers of artificial intelligence to the concept of Multiple Universes. Now I’ve got a friend like that, and when he’s drunk he does go on … but apparently Strieber

“… has never fully concluded who or what his 1998 visitor was. As hard as he tried to find the unusual man, Strieber never saw him again after that night. “It’s possible that this was no ordinary human being.”

In other words it was an alien!

See also: “Scientists” completely loose it … aliens to destroy earth

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7 Responses to Global Warming film & a message from aliens?

  1. futureboy says:

    Could have been a multiverse or time traveller.

    Or it just possible that he is lying as much as he did in “the Day After”.

  2. Chuckles says:

    Strangers in hotel rooms, sounds like the Strauss-Kahn effect?
    Or a variation of the Person from Porlock perhaps?

  3. Brian H says:

    Sounds like one of those gurus who opine that reality is just a crutch for those who can’t handle their drugs.

  4. Gary Hladik says:

    “Apparently, Strieber was visited by a stranger one night in a hotel.”

    Was the stranger named “Klaatu”? Or maybe “Al Gort”? 🙂

    Seriously, though, I think we owe a debt of gratitude to this stranger. “The Day After Tomorrow” is one of my favorite comedies, and it spawned an even funnier episode of “South Park”.

    • I quite liked the film. It was so far removed from reality that I could just suspend my disbelief and watch the characters struggling. Strangely the bit I had most problems with was the behaviour of the wolves. And, the way the wave swept around the high rise buildings was cringe worthy in the extreme. OK, you often get films with ridiculous premises: journey to the earth’s core, time travel, space, but they still have to fit reality. A wave some hundreds of meters high, would hardly pause as it swept through the buildings – we saw that in the Japanese Tsunamis … but no doubt the next tidal wave horror movie will get that right, now people know what to expect.

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