The news Al Gore should read.
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Al Gore wants to send President Obama to Copenhagen for Hopenchangen, Global Warming speaks English and supports the war on terror, and Aussie PM Kevin Rudd doubles down on stupid. Again.
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Part One: Al Gore & Friends
The global warming Goreacle was all over the place promoting his new book, carbon footprint be damned:
Right now I am in San Francisco. On Wednesday, I’ll be in Phoenix speaking at Greenbuild Conference and later this week, I am looking forward to appearing at the Miami Book Fair. I hope to see some of you at these events.
Costco hosted Al on the front cover of their member mag, but is the pudgy green giant a good fit for the retail giant?
The Gore Lied AIT Index is updated, and it’s still inconvenient for warmists everywhere.
Glenn Beck and PETA agree and double-team Al Gore. Enjoy:
Al Gore, ex-VP, activist and author (but not a climatologist) talks to the UK’s leftist Guardian and repeats his suggestion that civil disobedience has a role to play in promoting his global warming personal enrichment program climate crisis. Talking of profiting prophets, should he?
Al blogged that he thought it would be a good idea for the President to go to the Copenhagen Hopenchangen Global Warming Hoe-Down. As I recall, Obama’s last trip to Copenhagen didn’t work out so well.
Al’s all steamed up about all the recent talk about global cooling, which is harshing his global warming mellow. He pulls out the big guns to debunk cooling, citing the Associated Press and 4 (count ‘em!) statisticians. Money quote:
“”If you look at the data and sort of cherry-pick a micro-trend within a bigger trend, that technique is particularly suspect,” said John Grego, a professor of statistics at the University of South Carolina”".
Al’s science buddies don’t think cherry-picking data is such a bad idea, so why should he mind now?
In Canada, totalitarian hippie and fruit-fly geneticist (but not a climatologist) David ‘jail ‘em‘ Suzuki is going to feature in a documentary about his life. For Suzuki fans who cannot wait for the cinematic experience, The Daily Bayonet recommends spending three hours watching your grass grow over the weekend, it’ll be a good substitute. And greener too. Meanwhile, fellow BC residents still aren’t buying what Suzuki’s selling.
Part Two: AGW Scaremongers
If you’re still uncertain if global warming is real or not, here’s 10 previous mega-scares that turned out to be nothing at all.
Aussie PM Kevin Rudd thinks I’m dangerous. Well, OK, he thinks all skeptics are dangerous, I can’t take all the credit. Meanwhile, while Kev rails against the least gullible members of society, his government has failed to keep its promise to use clean energy. Awkward. To complete Rudd’s pratfall, the fabulously named Jo Nova takes Kevin to the woodshed for his attack on skeptics.