Liar, Liar… Redux


As a follow-up to my earlier post on Al Gore and his man-made global warming religion, I found the following quotes from today’s Chuck Colson piece quite interesting:

Less comical but no less telling are the stories about the “disappearing” Arctic ice. A year ago, we were told that the Arctic had reached a “tipping point” and that Arctic ice could be “completely” gone, with dire consequences for polar bears and Santa Claus, within five years.

What you probably haven’t heard is that, by October, that same Arctic ice covered 29 percent more area than it did the year before and that by the end of the year, it was approaching its greatest mass since 1979. And it’s still growing.

There are countless other examples of where real-world facts conflict with global warming theory, not the least of which is that the Earth has been cooling since at least 2003 and arguably since 1998.

As the chairman of the International Geological Congress has asked, “For how many years must the planet cool before we begin to understand that the planet is not warming?”

Those of us shivering this winter have been asking the same question.

How many pillars of the man made global warming temple have to fall before it’s obvious to the masses that we’ve been duped?

To read the article in its entirety, please go to “Global Warming and the Media“.

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4 Responses

  1. I have no doubt that man has affected the environment. We don’t need scientists to look around and see this.

    But, I do feel that Gore’s hot air has raised the world temp a little (sarcasm). In reality, I think that we need to discount him, as he is/was selling something. Sure, do we affect our plantet? Yes. Is it to the extent Gore claims? Highly doubtful.

    Fear sells and motivates. Gore’s made money from this, and needs a kick in the pants for fostering a movement that is largely misinformed.

  2. I couldn’t possibly agree more.

  3. It’s amazing to watch al Gore testify about global warming; the man can lie with true conviction. Isn’t this the same man who stated he “invented the internet”? The man obviously suffers from the delusions of pragmatism.

  4. I think the “I invented the internet” comment has been blown out of proportion, though it still makes for good comedy fodder.

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