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James Twyman & Steve Goreham on Scott Cluthe's Positively Incorrect!

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Scott hosts two guests tonight, renowned spiritual author, film maker and peace advocate James Twyman and Steve Goreham, author of the book Climatism, a rebuke of man made climate change. James Twyman is an internationally renowned, best-selling author, filmmaker and musician who has a reputation for traveling to some of the world's greatest areas of conflict, sharing his message of peace. His latest book is titled, The Barn Dance, and shares his experince of spiritual connection with his late wife. James has written twelve books including Emissary of Light, Emissary of Love, The Art of Spiritual Peacemaking and more recently The Moses Code, The Kabbalah Code and The Proof. He has also produced or directed four films including the award winning Indigo, and the film version of The Moses Code. Steve Goreham is an author, researcher, and speaker on global warming, engineer, business executive, white water kayaker, husband, and father of three. He holds a M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois and an MBA from the University of Chicago. Here is a short excerpt from his book, Climatism. “The governments of the world have adopted Climatism and discarded reality. Acres of solar cells sit idle at night and on cloudy days. Thousands of 300-foot-high wind towers interrupt the vistas of coastline, field, and hill, standing motionless for two-thirds of their existence. Thirty percent of America’s corn crop is burned up on U.S. highways, while people in developing nations struggle to get enough to eat. Billions of dollars in government subsidies are spent each year to fund solar, wind, and biofuel industries, which could not compete and would not exist without these subsidies. Yet, these renewable sources supply only a pitifully small amount of the world’s energy needs. All this in the absurd attempt to control a trace gas and stop global warming.”

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