Monday, March 1, 2010

Al Gore: "I, for one, genuinely wish that the climate crisis were an illusion."

This is one of those rare days, my friends, when the stars align with unprecedented precision, enabling this blog to to what was considered impossible as recently as yesterday. It is with great pride that I announce the following: Al Gore, I can grant your wish.

We all know you're worried sick about the environment. You even wrote about it over the weekend. You're worried about what our grandchildren will think of us:
We would no longer have to worry that our grandchildren would one day look back on us as a criminal generation that had selfishly and blithely ignored clear warnings that their fate was in our hands.
You're also worried about what the rest of the world thinks of us:

Because the world still relies on leadership from the United States, the failure by the Senate to pass legislation intended to cap American emissions before the Copenhagen meeting guaranteed that the outcome would fall far short of even the minimum needed to build momentum toward a meaningful solution.
Al, we know that this whole thing about "climate change" or "global warming"  has your tired little mind working overtime. And you should know that worrying too much isn't good for you. It makes you see things that aren't there and think things that aren't true. It's already starting to show. In this same article you claim that emails that show dishonesty on the part of climate researchers were "stolen" from the University of East Anglia. Al, the rest of us know that they were compiled in response to a Freedom of Information request. They weren't stolen.

Here's another example of your stress. You seem to be just a little bit confused when you say this:
Similarly, even though climate deniers have speciously argued for several years that there has been no warming in the last decade, scientists confirmed last month that the last 10 years were the hottest decade since modern records have been kept.
Um, Al, it's not climate deniers that said there was no warming in the last decade, it was climate scientists themselves. You see, Al, once it was revealed that the majority of climate data had been manipulated, many of the researchers decided that it was best to go ahead and tell the truth to the public who were paying for accurate information but not getting it.

So, Al, in the interest of saving your sanity, this blog is here to help.

You don't have to wish for the "climate crisis" to go away.

It was never real to begin with.

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