Distorting Truth, Science, and Polar Bears
Monday, January 11, 6:30-8:30 p.m. EDT
In our Chesapeake, Virginia classroom and live online
To warm or not to warm? That is not the question asked by news outlets. No, denying the facts, they've concluded that the temperature is skyrocketing. The goal of journalism used to be discovering the truth. What is it now? Whatever happened to the pretense of objectivity? Drawing on examples from climate alarmism, medicine, and science, the presentation explores the worldviews and some possible remedies for the false understanding of journalism in education and public life.
Gailon Totheroh is a veteran television journalist with 25 years of experience — producing 500 nationally broadcast news stories on topics such as cloning, food additives, textbooks, vitamins, evolution, trash television, religious trends, and the advantages of dark chocolate. Formerly Senior Reporter and Science & Medical Reporter with CBN News, he is a freelance writer and video producer with his own production company. He is currently writing a book, Climate of Freedom, on the dangers of global warming alarmism.
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A modest charge of $10 per lecture (individual or family) includes the live presentation, video-taped session and handouts. Or register for the entire 2015–2016 lecture series for $90 and save 25%. Class size is limited to 40 classroom participants and 100 online connections.
Location: The Foundation for American Christian Education
4225 Portsmouth Boulevard, Chesapeake, Virginia 23321
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