You Were So Warm?
personally criticizing the rich phonies, like himself, who have a bigger carbon footprint in one year than you and I have in a lifetime.
And the scientific community is united in that fact.
However, Al Gore equates you to a racist and homophobe if you don't believe him on Greenhouse Effect, err Global Warming, err Climate Change.
When I mentioned this to my wife, Chris chided Gore as a hypocrite.
I said I thought hypocrite wasn't a strong enough word for someone who has privately jetted around the world.
Someone who leaves a Lincoln Town Car idling, with the air conditioning on, for 20 minutes, so Tipper and his daughter Karenna are cool.
Someone who, in one home, used enough electricity in one year that would have powered 232 homes for a month.
Someone who, sold his Current TV Network to Al Jazeera, which is funded by the Qatari government, for $500 Million.
Chris suggested HYPERcrite and I thought that was closer to the truth.
the science is settled on global warming and that 97 to 98 percent of the worlds’ scientists attest to its veracity
It must be unsettling to find that scientists are 95 per cent sure that humans are to blame for climate change
Gore also stated, The hurricane scale used to be 1-5 and now they’re adding a 6.
According to Chris Vaccaro, director of the National Weather Service’s office of public affairs --
No, we’re not pursuing any such change. But with his penchant for overstatement, Gore will continue to be a divisive and less than credible voice in climate change discourse.
Because Gore is okay with fudging the facts --
"Nobody is interested in solutions if they don't think there's a problem. Given that starting point, I believe it is appropriate to have an overrepresentation of factual presentations on how dangerous it is..."
Some of those 90+ percent of scientists must be confused by facts as to whether the planet is warming or cooling.
On one hand we're told, the Earth steadily continued to heat up, but in the same article we're advised that cloud-dwelling pollutants block the sun's heat, keeping the surface temperature of the Earth from rising.
What difference does it make anyway, NBC tells us that even if we stop producing carbon emissions now, climate change will persist for hundreds of years.
If that's the case, it's past time to start worrying about stopping climate change and change the focus to Improvise, Adapt and Overcome.