Mar 10 2008

Al Gore’s Global Warming Panic Frozen Out This Winter

Published by at 6:10 am under All General Discussions,Global Warming

What is poor Al Gore to do? He is not scientifically competent to begin with, and now he is facing the reality his credibility is being shot on a global scale. Let’s just imagine what Gore and his minions want – they want to cool the globe off (which means shorter crop growing seasons and harder times husbanding animals for meat and dairy products in the higher latitudes). We are getting a good lesson on what that means this year:

Last week, virtually unreported in Britain, the extraordinary winter weather of 2008 elsewhere in the world continued. In the USA, there were blizzards as far south as Texas and Arkansas, while in northern states and Canada what they are calling “the winter from hell” has continued to break records going back in some cases to 1873. Meanwhile in Asia more details emerged of the catastrophe caused by the northern hemisphere’s greatest snow cover since 1966.

In Afghanistan, where they have lost 300,000 cattle, the human death toll has risen above 1,500. In China, the havoc created by what its media call “the Winter Snow Disaster” has continued, not least in Tibet, where six months of snow and record low temperatures have killed 500,000 animals, leaving 3 million people on the edge of starvation.

It makes one wonder how bad would this winter have been if the Global Warming fanatics had been able to reduce the temperature by that 1 degree they are so panicked over? Thankfully, despite all their hype, Gore’s minions do not actually have the power to change the climate:

It might have seemed timely that in New York an array of leading climatologists and other experts should have gathered for the most high-powered international conference yet to question the “consensus” on global warming. After three days of what the chairman called “the kind of free-spirited debate that is virtually absent from the global warming alarmist camp”, the 500 delegates issued the Manhattan Declaration, stating that attempts by governments to reduce CO2 emissions would “markedly diminish further prosperity” while having “no appreciable impact” on the Earth’s warming.

In fact, the scientists here see something that may make us all wish for more warming soon enough:

This inevitably attracted the kind of hysterical abuse that has become so familiar from warmist fanatics, tellingly contrasting with the measured arguments put forward by the scientists present. One was Anthony Watts, the meteorologist who last year famously forced Nasa’s Goddard Institute to correct a fundamental error in its data on US surface temperatures, to show that the hottest decade of the 20th century was not the 1990s but the 1930s.

On his website, Watts Up With That, he is currently posting a corrected version of the global temperature graph, combining satellite and surface data from all four main official sources. A measure of his scrupulous reporting is that although this shows a recent dramatic dip in temperatures, he cautiously explains that it is not yet conclusive evidence that the world has entered a new cooling phase (as he points out, there was temporarily an even sharper drop after the “peak” El Niño year 1998).

These scientists corrected the garbage coming out of the Goddard Institute – and the institute agreed to the corrections because they updated their results. Now, all of a sudden with accurate math, we are not facing imminent melt down. Imagine that! Al Gore can’t.

8 responses so far

8 Responses to “Al Gore’s Global Warming Panic Frozen Out This Winter”

  1. Dorf77 says:

    Poor AL will have to settle for ‘Lobal Warming…. Frontal likely…

  2. browngreengold says:

    Brrrr…..It’s so warm outside.


  3. TomAnon says:

    Sometimes Al Gore reminds me of Orson Wells and “War of the Worlds”

  4. KauaiBoy says:

    Ever day since 9/11 I have awakened and thanked God that Gore was not our president on that day…..and then I give thanks that Bush was!!!

    The only thing warming is the added layer of blubber that Gore has clothed himself in.

  5. KauaiBoy says:

    I am super serial about this manbearpig!!

  6. 75 says:

    The South Park kids start feeling sorry for him after awhile because he tries so desperately to fit in and make friends. 🙂

  7. BarbaraS says:

    You know, there is an old saying that everybody complains about the weather, b ut no one wants to do anything about it. Then here comes Al Gore, noted inventor and only presidential nominee in history who took back his concession call to the winner, who tries to do something about it and you make fun of him. Shame on you, AJ. What I am really surprised about is his failure. I thought his ego was large enough to accomplish his goal.