Great summary! Don't forget "It's not us, it's the sun", "plants take up all excess CO2", "it is volcanos", "global warming has stopped", "CO2 is just a trace gas", "there is no concesus", "we are like Galileo", "didn't you see that big snowstorm we just had", "water vapor is more important than CO2", "model are always wrong", "what about the medieval warm period?", "what about the little idce age?", "Al Gore is getting rich off of this", "liberals are trying to create a new world order", "fixing it will kill the economy", "insurance companies are inflating their costs", "scientists are in it for the money", "ice is increasing everywhere", "in the 1970s scientists warned of cooling", "other planets are warming too", "climate has always changed"
Of course there was a bit of vanity involved, the man spent a lot of money and a lot of time and sacrificed his health to complete the project. So, I can't hold it against him for throwing that in. Plus, it shows what kind of hardships come with going after a dream or a big, ambitious project; it's not going to go as smoothly as you'd hope, it may even hurt, but if you want it badly enough you'll see it through to realization.
The rest of the film pretty much speaks for itself.
Life! Don't talk to me about life.