CLIMATE Adam McKay’s film has been a hit on Netflix since its release on December 24th. And hits the mark, in particular, with climatologists who find themselves in many ways in the misadventures of astronomers

 Ecology: Why the movie & ldquo; & nbsp; Don & rsquo; t Look Up & nbsp; & rdquo; on Netflix make climatologists react so much?

Jennifer Lawrence, and Leonardo DiCaprio in the movie Don & # 039; t Look Up. – NIKO TAVERNISE/NETFLIX

  • “” Don’t Look Up is not a film about how humanity would react to a planet-killer asteroid, but about how humanity is reacting at the moment to the climatic degradation which is killing our planet, ”says Peter Kalmus, American climatologist.
  • He split a long analysis of Adam McKaty's film in the “Guardian , when paleoclimatologist Valérie Masson-Delmotte devoted a series of tweets to him .
  • With, in both cases, this feeling of being found in many ways in the difficulties that astronomers Randall Mindy and Kate Dibiasky have in warning the media, the politicians, the general public of the imminent danger.

& laquo; & nbsp; Don & rsquo; t look up transcribes the madness that I see every day & nbsp; & raquo; & hellip; The American climatologist and writer Peter Kalmus puts it in the spotlight. take advantage of the holidays to watch the movie d & rsquo; Adam McKay, who is currently a hit on Netflix. And that obviously had the effect of a slap on him. So much so that he & nbsp; & rsquo; s & rsquo; & rsquo; a grandstand in the Guardian on December 29 & nbsp;

The pitch & nbsp;? & Nbsp; Dr. Randall Mindy (L & eacute; onardo Di Caprio) and his doctoral student Kate Dibiasky (Jennifer Lawrence), two astronomers, discover that a comet of 5 & nbsp; 10 km in diameter heads straight for Earth, which it will hit in six months according to their calculations, later confirmed by other scientists. They then embark on a media tour to prevent humanity from coming to light. of danger & agrave; to come. But do not accept sarcasm and denial of politicians, journalists, the general public.