On April 21st, American filmmaker Michael Moore released Planet of the Humans. Moore claims the film, introduced on the eve of Earth Day 2020, “dares to say what no one else will.” Due to its accessibility on Youtube, free of cost, it has spread like wildfire, having been viewed 7.5 million times at time of writing.  The film sets out to debunk the “hidden secrets” of the green energy industry, and “expose” environmentalist leaders for their hidden intentions of amassing wealth. 

At first glance, the film may appear revolutionary, but with careful observation, you realize Planet of the Humans is riddled with misconceptions. It attempts to divide the environmentalist community, claiming that the fi...

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