Unfortunately the YouTube comments thread has been haunted by a few nasty characters who aren't at all interested in the video, or climate science, they just want to throw insults at us the "brainwashed", "=ucking gullible", and such lovely stuff. As you can image, it's been a lively and weird comments thread and all sadly distracting from what Emily's documentary was all about.
But, it does offer learning opportunities, here's a comment that makes for a perfect introduction into describing the anatomy of the two types of public debate.
Emily, the ingredients to a good debate includes not joining in with herd mentality and siding with bullies that see it ok to attack people personally, that is actually "hate mongering", or are you still in kindergarten?
And you never thought it was worth defending yourself from my original comments...which are now gone.*
You see, in this world if you buy into things like this you have to be prepared to defend what you are promoting and not put your fingers in your ears and sing lalalalalala, you belong more to a cult than anything else sweetheart
A debate is supposed to be about the information each side presents, it's examination and rebuttal - it has nothing to do herds or anything like that. Also very important to understand is that there are two distinct kinds of debate.
It's not about ruthless defense of ego and ideology, it's about learning!