February 28, 2010

Al Gore on ClimateGate: "The issue here is not whether we broke a few rules or took a few liberties with our female guests. We did. (Wink.)"
— Ace

Al Gore just winked at Dean Wormer, going full-Otter on the CRU's and the IPCC's and GISS' chronic rule-breaking and corner-cutting.

But I know Eric "Otter" Stratton. I worked with Eric "Otter" Stratton. And you, Alphonse Gore, are no Eric "Otter" Stratton.

Al Gore says the Climate Cultists have made two -- count 'em, two errors, plus maybe a little understandable sloppiness with record-keeping and responding to FOIA requests.

I, for one, genuinely wish that the climate crisis were an illusion. But unfortunately, the reality of the danger we are courting has not been changed by the discovery of at least two mistakes in the thousands of pages of careful scientific work over the last 22 years by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. In fact, the crisis is still growing because we are continuing to dump 90 million tons of global-warming pollution every 24 hours into the atmosphere — as if it were an open sewer.

It is true that the climate panel published a flawed overestimate of the melting rate of debris-covered glaciers in the Himalayas, and used information about the Netherlands provided to it by the government, which was later found to be partly inaccurate. In addition, e-mail messages stolen from the University of East Anglia in Britain showed that scientists besieged by an onslaught of hostile, make-work demands from climate skeptics may not have adequately followed the requirements of the British freedom of information law.

But the scientific enterprise will never be completely free of mistakes. What is important is that the overwhelming consensus on global warming remains unchanged. It is also worth noting that the panel’s scientists — acting in good faith on the best information then available to them — probably underestimated the range of sea-level rise in this century, the speed with which the Arctic ice cap is disappearing and the speed with which some of the large glacial flows in Antarctica and Greenland are melting and racing to the sea.

Because these and other effects of global warming are distributed globally, they are difficult to identify and interpret in any particular location. For example, January was seen as unusually cold in much of the United States. Yet from a global perspective, it was the second-hottest January since surface temperatures were first measured 130 years ago.

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.

The heavy snowfalls this month have been used as fodder for ridicule by those who argue that global warming is a myth, yet scientists have long pointed out that warmer global temperatures have been increasing the rate of evaporation from the oceans, putting significantly more moisture into the atmosphere — thus causing heavier downfalls of both rain and snow in particular regions, including the Northeastern United States. Just as it’s important not to miss the forest for the trees, neither should we miss the climate for the snowstorm.

Just on that last point: This is the go-to excuse for explaining away the snow, that heat actually fills the air with water vapor and yadda yadda yadda. It utterly fails to even acknowledge that this winter has not merely been snowy -- it has been very cold, too. It's not the case that it's warm but snowy. It's historically very cold too, something the "heat causes water vapor" dodge intentionally misses.

Have their really only been two errors exposed?

This guy says there are at least nineteen major instances of errors and/or decidedly anti-scientific behavior now exposed. Here are just a smattering:

ClimateGate – This scandal began the latest round of revelations when thousands of leaked documents from Britain's East Anglia Climate Research Unit showed systematic suppression and discrediting of climate skeptics' views and discarding of temperature data, suggesting a bias for making the case for warming. Why do such a thing if, as global warming defenders contend, the "science is settled?"

FOIGate – The British government has since determined someone at East Anglia committed a crime by refusing to release global warming documents sought in 95 Freedom of Information Act requests. The CRU is one of three international agencies compiling global temperature data. If their stuff's so solid, why the secrecy?

ChinaGate – An investigation by the U.K.'s left-leaning Guardian newspaper found evidence that Chinese weather station measurements not only were seriously flawed, but couldn't be located. "Where exactly are 42 weather monitoring stations in remote parts of rural China?" the paper asked. The paper's investigation also couldn't find corroboration of what Chinese scientists turned over to American scientists, leaving unanswered, "how much of the warming seen in recent decades is due to the local effects of spreading cities, rather than global warming?" The Guardian contends that researchers covered up the missing data for years.

HimalayaGate – An Indian climate official admitted in January that, as lead author of the IPCC's Asian report, he intentionally exaggerated when claiming Himalayan glaciers would melt away by 2035 in order to prod governments into action. This fraudulent claim was not based on scientific research or peer-reviewed. Instead it was originally advanced by a researcher, since hired by a global warming research organization, who later admitted it was "speculation" lifted from a popular magazine. This political, not scientific, motivation at least got some researcher funded.

...

SternGate – One excuse for imposing worldwide climate crackdown has been the U.K.'s 2006 Stern Report, an economic doomsday prediction commissioned by the government. Now the U.K. Telegraph reports that quietly after publication "some of these predictions had been watered down because the scientific evidence on which they were based could not be verified." Among original claims now deleted were that northwest Australia has had stronger typhoons in recent decades, and that southern Australia lost rainfall because of rising ocean temperatures. Exaggerated claims get headlines. Later, news reporters disclose the truth. Why is that?

SternGate II – A researcher now claims the Stern Report misquoted his work to suggest a firm link between global warming and more-frequent and severe floods and hurricanes. Robert Muir-Wood said his original research showed no such link. He accused Stern of "going far beyond what was an acceptable extrapolation of the evidence." We're shocked.

AmazonGate – The London Times exposed another shocker: the IPCC claim that global warming will wipe out rain forests was fraudulent, yet advanced as "peer-reveiwed" science. The Times said the assertion actually "was based on an unsubstantiated claim by green campaigners who had little scientific expertise," "authored by two green activists" and lifted from a report from the World Wildlife Fund, an environmental pressure group. The "research" was based on a popular science magazine report that didn't bother to assess rainfall. Instead, it looked at the impact of logging and burning. The original report suggested "up to 40 percent" of Brazilian rain forest was extremely sensitive to small reductions in the amount of rainfall, but the IPCC expanded that to cover the entire Amazon, the Times reported.

PeerReviewGate – The U.K. Sunday Telegraph has documented at least 16 nonpeer-reviewed reports (so far) from the advocacy group World Wildlife Fund that were used in the IPCC's climate change bible, which calls for capping manmade greenhouse gases.

RussiaGate – Even when global warming alarmists base claims on scientific measurements, they've often had their finger on the scale. Russian think tank investigators evaluated thousands of documents and e-mails leaked from the East Anglia research center and concluded readings from the coldest regions of their nation had been omitted, driving average temperatures up about half a degree.

Russia-Gate II – Speaking of Russia, a presentation last October to the Geological Society of America showed how tree-ring data from Russia indicated cooling after 1961, but was deceptively truncated and only artfully discussed in IPCC publications. Well, at least the tree-ring data made it into the IPCC report, albeit disguised and misrepresented.

U.S.Gate – If Brits can't be trusted, are Yanks more reliable? The U.S. National Climate Data Center has been manipulating weather data too, say computer expert E. Michael Smith and meteorologist Joesph D'Aleo. Forty years ago there were 6,000 surface-temperature measuring stations, but only 1,500 by 1990, which coincides with what global warming alarmists say was a record temperature increase. Most of the deleted stations were in colder regions, just as in the Russian case, resulting in misleading higher average temperatures.

IceGate – Hardly a continent has escaped global warming skewing. The IPCC based its findings of reductions in mountain ice in the Andes, Alps and in Africa on a feature story of climbers' anecdotes in a popular mountaineering magazine, and a dissertation by a Switzerland university student, quoting mountain guides. Peer-reviewed? Hype? Worse?

Only two errors, Gore?

At the current moment, there is no evidence whatsoever the earth has even warmed at all, because all of these guys conveniently destroy their data after compiling their alleged studies. What we have in hand is only their conclusions, with absolutely no vettable evidence backing it up whatsoever. The British Met (responsible for this sort of thing) must now reconstruct temperature records from the last 150 years independently, and from scratch, in order to even start the discussion with some sort of scientific basis.

Note to Al Gore: "I said so, that's why" is not a proper scientific basis for making a claim, even a small one.

So, at the moment, there is no evidence whatsoever that the planet has even warmed, and this evidence will not exist for at least two or three years as the Met undertakes its re-examination of the issue (this time, with documentation and data retained and reviewable by other scientists -- fancy that!).

But Al Gore says this is just about a pair of small-beer errors.

Posted by: Ace at 08:55 AM | Comments (172)
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1 Ouch, Señor Gore.

Posted by: El Pollo at February 28, 2010 08:59 AM (5I0Yr)

2 Have their really only been two errors exposed?

Speaking of irony...

Posted by: Additional Blond Agent at February 28, 2010 09:00 AM (SHKl9)

3 There's also the point that when all that water falls back to earth, it doesn't come back as rain but as...snow--if it were really getting *warmer* wouldn't it come back as torrential rains??

Posted by: ECM at February 28, 2010 09:00 AM (nYKDd)

4 Lesson learned: when I finally institute my plot to take over the world and enslave the teeming masses of humanity, I shouldn't base my plot on verifiably transparent bullshit.

Posted by: Herr Morgenholz at February 28, 2010 09:02 AM (0OloM)

5 "I put it to you, Greg Al "Man Tits" Gore, isn't this an indictment of our entire American society? Well, you can do whatever you want to us, but we're not going to sit here and listen to you badmouth the United States of America. Gentlemen!"

Posted by: Cubz_Fan at February 28, 2010 09:03 AM (QeEt4)

6 It utterly fails to even acknowledge that this winter has not merely been snowy -- it has been very cold, too.

In fact it's scientifically impossible for it to be warm and create snow (it might fall to a warm place, but it certainly won't pile up).

32 degrees is cold no matter where you go except for Hoth. Never is 32 degrees warm on Earth.

If a person stands outside in 32 degree weather without doing anything about it, that person will die of hypothermia in a very short period of time.

32 degrees is fucking deadly cold. And it's got to be at least 32 degrees in the air for snow crystals to form.

Gore is not a moron. People who read what Gore rights or buy what he's selling are morons. And they deserve what they get.

Posted by: someguy at February 28, 2010 09:04 AM (VRJIW)

7 I don't think the MET can be trusted to accurately reconstruct the temperature data.  Their bias is already well known.

Posted by: Speller at February 28, 2010 09:05 AM (o0R2E)

8 The science is irrelevant!
You must believe or die on an Earth engulfed in FIRE!

And so it was written in the Good Slideshow.
Book of Gore.
Chapter Three Verse Two

Posted by: mikethemoose at February 28, 2010 09:05 AM (CoBtF)

9 Well, I'm giving Al two points for going all in with no pairs and 8 high. Other than that this turd is leaking and staining the rug pretty badly.

Posted by: eman at February 28, 2010 09:05 AM (D7/BU)

10 El Pollo is getting the phucking from the Goreacle that American chickens don't want to get.

Posted by: The Chicken, the American Chicken at February 28, 2010 09:07 AM (9Lm5R)

11 A polar bear admonishes Al Gore: http://tinypic.com/r/e5kccw/6

Posted by: conscious and puking at the sight of Al Gore at February 28, 2010 09:07 AM (Vu6sl)

12 Algore's two alarmist errors:
1.  We lied.
2.  We got caught.

Posted by: Reiver at February 28, 2010 09:08 AM (Q6Rx0)

13 I'd like to put Algore and Nancy Pelosi in a cage and see if they will mate.

Posted by: torabora at February 28, 2010 09:08 AM (Dblo/)

14

If a person stands outside in 32 degree weather without doing anything about it, that person will die of hypothermia in a very short period of time.

Seriously.  I am really tired of people who live in Southern California telling me now to live.

I WANT global warming dammit.

Posted by: AmishDude at February 28, 2010 09:09 AM (Vo2Ef)

15 "glaciers melting and racing to the sea" was my favorite part. This clown and his helpers have set Science back 300 years. Nice move, assmunch. Ask Al what sublimation means and he'll say it has something to do with bringing in a new pitcher in the eighth inning.

Posted by: eman at February 28, 2010 09:10 AM (D7/BU)

16 I'd like to put Algore and Nancy Pelosi in a cage and see if they will mate. I'd like to put Algore and Nancy Pelosi in a cage with a bunch of starving wolverines and see if they survive.

Posted by: IllTemperedCur at February 28, 2010 09:10 AM (9Lm5R)

17 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.

See the bold part? That's where fuckers like Gore show their sloppy thinking that spills into their science.

No one denies there is such a thing as 'climate'. There's also no one who denies that that 'climate' changes. The questions are how much and why.

They try to score cheap linguistic point in the same way they try to score cheap science points.

Screw them all.

Posted by: DrewM. at February 28, 2010 09:12 AM (9B5OK)

18 16, I would never do that to a wolverine. Poisoning animals is cruel.

Posted by: eman at February 28, 2010 09:12 AM (D7/BU)

19 And the hits just keep coming....

UN's climate link to hurricanes in doubt

Research by hurricane scientists may force the UN’s climate panel to reconsider its claims that greenhouse gas emissions have caused an increase in the number of tropical storms.

The benchmark report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) said that a worldwide increase in hurricane-force storms since 1970 was probably linked to global warming.

snip~

The warning helped turn hurricanes into one of the most iconic threats of global warming, with politicians including Ed Miliband, the energy secretary, and Al Gore citing them as a growing threat to humanity.

snip~

However, the latest research, just published in Nature Geoscience, paints a very different picture.

It suggests that the rise in hurricane frequency since 1995 was just part of a natural cycle, and that several similar previous increases have been recorded, each followed by a decline.

more at link......

http://tinyurl.com/yz6qk33


Posted by: Tami at February 28, 2010 09:12 AM (VuLos)

20 I haven't got enough money yet...*wink*

Posted by: Algore at February 28, 2010 09:12 AM (Dblo/)

21

Tree ring data. "Truncated."

You're killing me, here.

@6, Typical American. I'll have you know, 32 degrees Centigrade is very warm, indeed. You people just won't get right with the rest of the world.

Fahrenheitist! We are 32 degrees ahead of you, and 1.8 times bigger too!

Posted by: comatus at February 28, 2010 09:12 AM (/VEEI)

22 17, Yes. Nice one.

Posted by: eman at February 28, 2010 09:13 AM (D7/BU)

23 You'll have to pardon Al, he's looking at MILLIONS going up in vapor.

Posted by: GarandFan at February 28, 2010 09:14 AM (6mwMs)

24 Good thing Al never heard of degrees Kelvin. And I'm pretty sure he has never heard of it.

Posted by: eman at February 28, 2010 09:14 AM (D7/BU)

25

Quotes from one of my fav movies of all time AND some Global Warming smackdown.  Also, the $$$ train from Washington to Illinois has cranked up.  You want a government grant?  It's ok if you keep sloppy records, ignore FOIA requests, and just make stuff up.  Nobody from the US media is going to come after you.  AND if you parrot the key talking points you MAY get lucky and go on an all expense junket to Copenhagen, Bali or any number of five star vacation spots.

 

Posted by: sirsurfalot at February 28, 2010 09:14 AM (UPNlB)

26 I'd like to put Algore and Nancy Pelosi in a cage with a bunch of starving wolverines and see if they survive.

Don't forget the badgers!

Posted by: mikethemoose at February 28, 2010 09:14 AM (CoBtF)

27 Let's not worry about oo killed oo. 

Oh and Al, Phil Jones says it hasn't warmed in the last 15 years.  You remember him don't you? 

Posted by: pep at February 28, 2010 09:15 AM (0K3p3)

28 Wow Ace, you're on a roll. First it was the Pelosi SNL skit, now you're riffing on Animal House. What's next? Office Space?

Posted by: MrMaryk at February 28, 2010 09:15 AM (1Mn8Z)

29 "What is important is that the overwhelming consensus on global warming remains unchanged."

Keep telling yourself that Al.  The number who actually believe it is shrinking.  Pretty soon it will be down to you, Barry and Nancy.

Posted by: GarandFan at February 28, 2010 09:15 AM (6mwMs)

30

Actually, it has not been a cold winter so far, at least not globally. The land masses have been cold, while the oceans have been warm, creating on net one of the warmer winters on record. This has nothing to do with any CO2 driven global warming. Ocean fluctuations completely dominate short term (decadal) temperature variations. Look at the history of 20th century temperature variations and it is basically the history of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation.

Right now the Pacific is experiencing an El Nino year. Thus California has been warm and wet. Despite this warm sea surface temperature variation, the planet is cooling, and the El Nino just means it is cooling faster. The temperature of the earth is basically the the temperature of the oceans, and El Ninos are a major mechanism for the oceans dumping heat. We have only had sensors for measuring average ocean temperatures for about a decade, and the network of temperature gradient bouys is far from complete, but the evidence is that the oceans are cooling.

If that is accurate, that IS global cooling. Almost all of the earth's heat is in the oceans.

Posted by: Alec Rawls at February 28, 2010 09:16 AM (57sG0)

31

@6, Typical American. I'll have you know, 32 degrees Centigrade is very warm, indeed. You people just won't get right with the rest of the world.

Fahrenheitist! We are 32 degrees ahead of you, and 1.8 times bigger too!

Dude, it's so cold, it doesn't matter whether you use F or C these days.

Posted by: AmishDude at February 28, 2010 09:16 AM (Vo2Ef)

32
Keep telling yourself that Al.  The number who actually believe it is shrinking.  Pretty soon it will be down to you, Barry and Nancy.

Posted by: GarandFan at February 28, 2010 02:15 PM (6mwMs)





What am I, chopped liver ?



I bid you adieu.

Posted by: Charles Johnson, Race Detective and Climate Scientis and purveyor of fine calendars at February 28, 2010 09:18 AM (t72+4)

33 Al's "overwhelming consensus on global warming" may indeed be unchanged. Since it never existed in the first place, it can remain unchanged today.

Posted by: eman at February 28, 2010 09:18 AM (D7/BU)

34 I read somewhere there was a consensus in the Hitler Bunker that the Germans would win the war.

Posted by: Dack Thrombosis at February 28, 2010 09:18 AM (P33XN)

35 Alec, seriously, I don't give a damn about the ocean temparatures.  I don't live there.

Posted by: AmishDude at February 28, 2010 09:18 AM (Vo2Ef)

36 Al Gore should've kept his Slingblade-on-Valium-sounding mouth shut. Now that he's re-entered the fray, I think it's appropriate for some news organization to investigate how much cash Al Gore has pulled in from the Great Global Warming Swindle.
He's an absolute embarrassment to the country. As an ex-Vice President, he's traveling the world growing more corpulent and truculent by the day, wallowing in  the life of a jet-setter while peddling climatic snake oil. At the very least, Tennessee should disown his sorry ass.

Posted by: lincolntf at February 28, 2010 09:19 AM (cGaVN)

37 Increased convection in the tropics causing increased snowfall in the polar regions was the proposed mechanism for the start of a new ice age before the alarmists flipped to global warming. The real lesson is that none of them has a clue about what is really going on, or, I would assert, the underlying physical mechanisms of climate. Al Gore least of all.

Posted by: ManeiNeko at February 28, 2010 09:20 AM (TiE76)

38 I have to agree with Algore; there were only two mistakes:
1. Fucking with the data;
2. Fucking with the science.

I was going to add a third, fucking with the conclusions, but those were decided long before 1 and 2.

Posted by: RoadRunner at February 28, 2010 09:20 AM (JThf8)

39

The earth is getting waaaaarmer.

And Algore is getting laaaaarger.

Posted by: Johnny at February 28, 2010 09:20 AM (Vo2Ef)

40

"that heat actually fills the air with water vapor"

Didn't he say that all that water vapor means more rain and snow?  Then how were the droughts supposed to happen?

Posted by: MDr VB1.0 CS1st at February 28, 2010 09:21 AM (ucq49)

41 30, Indeed so, and last year sensors deployed in the oceans provided what NPR called "confusing results" when they revealed worldwide drops in ocean temperatures. This produced only a tiny hesitation in NPR's march towards the cliffs.

Posted by: eman at February 28, 2010 09:21 AM (D7/BU)

42 I have to agree with Algore; there were only two mistakes: 1. Fucking with the data; 2. Fucking with the science. I was going to add a third, fucking with the conclusions, but those were decided long before 1 and 2. You forgot "Fucking with the Chicken".

Posted by: IllTemperedCur at February 28, 2010 09:22 AM (9Lm5R)

43 "What is important is that the overwhelming consensus on global warming remains unchanged."

That's right Al. You got all the Crazy's to go all in with you. Congratulations, now we know for a fact who's behind this solely as a political stunt.

Posted by: mikethemoose at February 28, 2010 09:22 AM (CoBtF)

44 Remember when they told us all this excess water vapor was going to make it really warm because it's the absolute deadliest of greenhouse gases? And also that water vapor doesn't actually count as a greenhouse gas when they're counting stuff? Yeah, I don't either.

Posted by: Guy With Climate Claim Amnesia at February 28, 2010 09:22 AM (5I0Yr)

45
Foul Boar is just doing what all leftists do when they are exposed as frauds, double-down on stupid.

Posted by: Blazer at February 28, 2010 09:22 AM (t72+4)

46 41, It's a dry rain.

Posted by: eman at February 28, 2010 09:22 AM (D7/BU)

47 I'd like to put Algore and Nancy Pelosi in a cage with a bunch of starving wolverines and see if they survive.

We ain't eating that shit.  Get us a sammich!

Posted by: Wolverines! at February 28, 2010 09:23 AM (0OloM)

48 I believe we should invoke the IRS rule.  Would the IRS allow your outrageous deductions without receipts? 

"Gee, Mr  IRS Auditor, I don't have the original receipts, but here's my really, really accurate, double checked list. Yeah, my brother-in-law and his neighbor checked it, and they're smart guys." 

Posted by: Pelayo at February 28, 2010 09:23 AM (8NGHm)

49 There should be a word for snow packed on snow packed on snow. Oh yeah there is a word. The word is glacier. So how are higher snow accumulations not creating a feedback loop, a natural counterbalance to higher temperatures setting up the heavy snow reaction? In other words, should it not stand to reason that continued warming will be met with continued heavier snowfall thereby slowing the warming creating the snowfall? Ad Nauseum? Al Gorism?

Posted by: pc at February 28, 2010 09:23 AM (crDIp)

50

The earth is getting waaaaarmer.

And Algore is getting laaaaarger.


And keep calling me Shirley. But just for tonight.

Posted by: Algore at February 28, 2010 09:24 AM (5I0Yr)

51

Might be time for Al to write another poem.

Neptune's ass is getting colder!

Posted by: Dack Thrombosis at February 28, 2010 09:24 AM (P33XN)

52 AlGore should be frogmarched into the nearest federal courthouse immediately.

Posted by: Unclefacts, Summoner of Meteors, and buckets of scorn for the left at February 28, 2010 09:24 AM (erIg9)

53

In other words, should it not stand to reason that continued warming will be met with continued heavier snowfall thereby slowing the warming creating the snowfall?

GODDAMMIT, QUIT THINKING! WHAT ARE YOU, SOME KIND OF FREAKING TEABAGGER?

WE'RE TRYING TO SAVE THE GODDAMN CHILDREN OVER HERE!

Posted by: Al Gore at February 28, 2010 09:26 AM (P33XN)

54 AlGore should be frogmarched into the nearest federal courthouse that has double doors and a Cinnabon in the food court immediately.



Posted by: Herr Morgenholz at February 28, 2010 09:27 AM (0OloM)

55


Might be time for Al to write another poem.

Neptune's ass is getting colder!

Posted by: Dack Thrombosis at February 28, 2010 02:24 PM (P33XN)





I really love the poetry of Gaia Angelou. I almost makes me piss my pants laughing.

Posted by: Blazer at February 28, 2010 09:28 AM (t72+4)

56 And Algore is getting laaaaarger.

He's beginning to look like Luca Brasi; he scares me

Posted by: Kay Corleone at February 28, 2010 09:29 AM (8NGHm)

57 So, Mr. Gore let me get this straight: You want us to sink trillions of dollars and reboot our entire economy based on the say-so of a group of people who can't even tell the difference between anecdote and data? Where's your notecard? The one that tells you to inhale and exhale, because there's no way someone as dumb as you can manage to keep breathing on his own.

Posted by: DirtyBlueshirt at February 28, 2010 09:29 AM (CO/RA)

58 I really love the poetry of Gaia Angelou. I almost makes me piss my pants laughing. What's the over/under on Gore receiving the Literature Nobel Prize for his compelling environmental activist poetry?

Posted by: IllTemperedCur at February 28, 2010 09:30 AM (9Lm5R)

59 AlGore should be frogmarched into the nearest federal courthouse immediately.

Posted by: Unclefacts, Summoner of Meteors, and buckets of scorn for the left at February 28, 2010 02:24 PM (erIg9)





They may have to grease him up with Crisco to get him through the doors.

Posted by: Blazer at February 28, 2010 09:30 AM (t72+4)

60

What's the over/under on Gore receiving the Literature Nobel Prize for his compelling environmental activist poetry?

Near zero. Barry's working on a poem about figs and health insurance.

Posted by: Al Gore at February 28, 2010 09:31 AM (P33XN)

61 26 Don't forget the badgers!
Posted by: mikethemoose at February 28, 2010 02:14 PM (CoBtF)

Badgers?! Badgers?!! We don't need no steenkin' badgers!!!

(Come on, someone had to say it...)

Posted by: RoadRunner at February 28, 2010 09:31 AM (JThf8)

62 They may have to grease him up with Crisco to get him through the doors. US Marshals have a thankless job.

Posted by: IllTemperedCur at February 28, 2010 09:31 AM (9Lm5R)

63 35 I read somewhere there was a consensus in the Hitler Bunker that the Germans would win the war.

Posted by: Dack Thrombosis at February 28, 2010 02:18 PM (P33XN)

 

Tojo's merry band of myopic losers thought the same thing until Truman dropped The Urban Warmer on them.

Posted by: torabora at February 28, 2010 09:32 AM (hf3Aw)

64
Anybody got an extra coat? I'm freezing my balls off over here.

Posted by: Neptune at February 28, 2010 09:33 AM (t72+4)

65 Don't they give a Nobel Prize for fiction?

Posted by: Pelayo at February 28, 2010 09:33 AM (8NGHm)

66 RIP
Credibility of the Nobel Prize

Brutally and savagely murdered by progressivism.
May she find her friend the Credibility of the Academy Awards there waiting beyond.

Posted by: mikethemoose at February 28, 2010 09:33 AM (CoBtF)

67

I really love the poetry of Gaia Angelou. I almost makes me piss my pants laughing.

What was even funnier was when the morons started rewriting Al's work of art. That was some real comedy gold there.

Posted by: Dack Thrombosis at February 28, 2010 09:33 AM (P33XN)

68 So which of your movie claims is still true? It's easier than listing the lies.

Posted by: bill-tb at February 28, 2010 09:33 AM (y+QfZ)

69 "...In addition, e-mail messages stolen from the University of East Anglia in Britain showed that scientists besieged by an onslaught of hostile, make-work demands from climate skeptics may not have adequately followed the requirements of the British freedom of information law...."


Oh really Al, is that what happened? You're a goddamned liar and the whole world knows it. Go to hell.

Posted by: lincolntf at February 28, 2010 09:34 AM (cGaVN)

70 Al, stop playing Prisoner's Dilemma. You know what the other prisoner, Dr. Jones has said. You can't even get this right.

Posted by: eman at February 28, 2010 09:36 AM (D7/BU)

71 Water vapor? ...never heard of it.

Posted by: Charles Gibbson at February 28, 2010 09:36 AM (hf3Aw)

72 Don't they give a Nobel Prize for fiction?

I think if he plays his cards right he could gun for a Hugo, and a Nebula; to round out his I love Me wall.

Posted by: mikethemoose at February 28, 2010 09:37 AM (CoBtF)

73 Hah! Clever.

I'm not saying the Earth hasn't warmed: I'm saying there's no evidence of it... because the climate scientists mysteriously "lost" all their data.

haha.

Posted by: DoDoGuRu at February 28, 2010 09:37 AM (31pnY)

74

"The Urban Warmer"...I crack myself up.

Posted by: torabora at February 28, 2010 09:38 AM (hf3Aw)

75 Obviously the planet is warming. We might hit 40 in a couple of days and that hasn't happened in, like, a couple of months!

Posted by: Dack Thrombosis at February 28, 2010 09:39 AM (P33XN)

76 I like Jonah's comment about this today over at NRO:

Al Gore today in the New York Times:

    "From the standpoint of governance, what is at stake is our ability to use the rule of law as an instrument of human redemption."

How does this stem from the standpoint of governance — whatever that means?

Surely, a claim is in trouble when you can swap out a phrase like "from the standpoint of governance" and helpfully replace it with "from the standpoint of Glaxar: Supreme Ruler of the Known Universe" or "from the standpoint of the Hale-Bopp Cult..."


Posted by: V at February 28, 2010 09:39 AM (iBzKc)

77 Help me out, I'm writing some poetry, does Al Gore rhyme with Ass Hole?

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78 74

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Hey geniuses, the totality of your scientific field is record keeping!

Posted by: lincolntf at February 28, 2010 09:42 AM (cGaVN)

79

from the standpoint of Glaxar: Supreme Ruler of the Known Universe

Curses! Just when my plans for your puny planet were about to reach their triumphant conclusion, you damn kids had to interfere! Foiled again!

Posted by: Glaxar at February 28, 2010 09:43 AM (P33XN)

80 I'd like to put Algore and Nancy Pelosi in a cage and see if they will mate. You're a sick, sick Moron

Posted by: fluffy can't bear to look at February 28, 2010 09:44 AM (4Kl5M)

81

Help me out, I'm writing some poetry, does Al Gore rhyme with Ass Hole?

I think the word "Al Gore" is Old English for asshole.

Posted by: Dack Thrombosis at February 28, 2010 09:45 AM (P33XN)

82
43   I have to agree with Algore; there were only two mistakes:
      1. Fucking with the data;
      2. Fucking with the science.

      I was going to add a third, fucking with the conclusions, but those were
      decided long before 1 and 2.

You forgot "Fucking with the Chicken".

Posted by: IllTemperedCur at February 28, 2010 02:22 PM (9Lm5R)

Nah, that's not a mistake. That's the only time he really knows what he's doing!

Posted by: RoadRunner at February 28, 2010 09:47 AM (JThf8)

83 I, for one, genuinely wish that the climate crisis were an illusion.

I wish that fat mentally-ill POS was a huge illusion

Posted by: Captain Hate at February 28, 2010 09:47 AM (ypGDY)

84 I wouldn't even trust the raw data being collected, let alone the manipulated data. Too many "weather stations" have been placed next to warm spots. Even Fox News.com showed a picture of one next to a fireplace chimney. Many are placed at airports which are always several degrees higher than the surrounding areas. I worked on a flightline for 20 years and I don't need a thermometer to tell me that. There are just so many areas where the data has been corrupted, this thing needs to be scrapped. If they wish to do it again, it needs to be done within established rules and regulations and without public funding.

Posted by: Bill R. at February 28, 2010 09:47 AM (EhlQq)

85 If an airline or a nuclear power plant operator behaved like these assclown climatologists, the FAA or the NRC would have totally shut them down and probably pulled their licenses. 

"We don't need no stinkin' quality assurance."

Posted by: Pelayo at February 28, 2010 09:50 AM (8NGHm)

86 He's been forced out into the open like a hobo driven from its dumpster den. The Al-Beast is cornered. With nowhere to run, it squeals, coughs up a chunk of Brie, and charges. Hold steady. Wait for it. A little closer. Fire!

Posted by: eman at February 28, 2010 09:51 AM (D7/BU)

87 76 Obviously the planet is warming. We might hit 40 in a couple of days and that hasn't happened in, like, a couple of months!

Posted by: Dack Thrombosis at February 28, 2010 02:39 PM (P33XN)

And experts are forecasting that in only another five or six months, it will be warmer than it has been all year long!!!!!

Posted by: RoadRunner at February 28, 2010 09:51 AM (JThf8)

88

Alllllllllllllllbertttttttt!!!!!

It's not nice to fuck with me.

Posted by: Mother Nature at February 28, 2010 09:54 AM (ucq49)

89
89

I should have said "warmer than it has been all year long in the northern hemisphere!!!!!" (for the °C vs °F crowd).

Posted by: RoadRunner at February 28, 2010 09:56 AM (JThf8)

90 Al may have greater mass, but I run this Solar System. Thus the name.

Posted by: The Sun at February 28, 2010 09:57 AM (D7/BU)

91
Heat causes cold.  How true.

Whenever we grill hot dogs outdoors we put ice cube trays full of our favorite fruit juices on the top of the grill lid.  It makes the the fruit juice freeze into adorable little popsicles.  Kids love 'em.

Then we all start fuckin' those chickens.  Good times.

Posted by: Dang at February 28, 2010 10:00 AM (UA4gE)

92 Sunspots? Nope, all out. Ask Rigel.

Posted by: The Sun at February 28, 2010 10:03 AM (D7/BU)

93 Yeah, the weather station data collectors' placements have been problematic. Ten of them were placed on the surface of the sun. They found one in a deep fat fryer at a Burger King in Cleveland. Tiger Woods apparently wore a weather station heat data collector when he had sex with his whores.

Posted by: Dack Thrombosis at February 28, 2010 10:04 AM (P33XN)

94

I, for one, genuinely wish that the climate crisis were an illusion.

Your wish is granted. Retroactively.

Posted by: God at February 28, 2010 10:05 AM (IEwoq)

95

Heat causes cold.  How true.

Government spending creates jobs! I know this because the government told me so!

Posted by: Dack Thrombosis at February 28, 2010 10:06 AM (P33XN)

96 I shall repaint the concrete slab where my dogs relieve themselves with a pictures of Al Gore, Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and Allah.  That will have to do until I can piss on their graves myself - except Allah's, of course.  (I'll have to content myself with using pages of the Koran when camping to get my point across in that instance.)

Posted by: kathysaysso at February 28, 2010 10:06 AM (dz6wg)

97 ok, here's my theory on Gore...Personally, I believe that the whole man-made global warming nonsense was Gore's way of retaliating against the United States for cheating him out of "his" precidency.  He had the bully pulpit of the Office of the Vice President of the United States for 8 years.  Why didn't he spout this nonsense day and night when he had a office and huge megaphone to do it with?  He never really started his "ministry" until after he lost the election.  He's a childish, petty, boy-man.  He was groomed to be president by his father in much the same way of the Kennedys.  In his mind, he was screwed out of his birthright, so this was his was of taking vengance.  The UN and other enablers were more than happy to go along since this fit into their agenda of eliminating the United States' influence and dominate world status.  I think in Gore's mind, he could envision sweeping the world along into a frenzy of man-made global warming fear and then ride that wave to become something even greater than President of the United States via the UN.  Sucks to be you, huh Albert?  Invent the internet, then have it expose you to be the fool that you really are.

Posted by: havedash at February 28, 2010 10:14 AM (nzIWk)

98 There is one specific lie by Mr. Gore that I would like to highlight.  Mr. Gore say as a statement of fact.

"In addition, e-mail messages stolen from the University of East Anglia in Britain showed that scientists besieged by an onslaught of hostile, make-work demands from climate skeptics may not have adequately followed the requirements of the British freedom of information law."

The UEA scientists were not "besieged by an onslaught of hostile, make-work demands"
In fact:
"[McIntyre] submitted one FOI request to CRU in 2007 (for Jones et al 1990 station data); in 2008, for the MXD data that they had sent to Mann; in 2009, for the station data and, after that refusal, for the confidentiality agreements for 5 countries. Most of the FOI requests were for confidentiality agreement and Jones said required only a “short document” to comply with all with them. The idea that these were a major inconvenience is a fabrication."

Mr. Gore make an unsupportable statement of fact.  That is a lie. 

Posted by: tmitsss at February 28, 2010 10:16 AM (V4Pya)

99 One more cherry to top it off.  If.  If.  If, we find out, that Soros shorted carbon credits.

Posted by: Just desserts at February 28, 2010 10:28 AM (ucq49)

100 My favorite part of ManBearPig,s rant was the part about the "millions of climate refugees" that will be wandering around in the baking hot future.

Climate. Refugees. He said that. What does that mean? Who knows. I picture a bunch of brown people wandering away from a landscape literally on fire. The ground will catch fire unless we give up total control of all policy to Al and his scraggly bearded buddy from India.

By the way, you're all deniers and 'market fundamentalists.'

Posted by: fugazi at February 28, 2010 10:37 AM (4bvZp)

101 Note to Al Gore: "I said so, that's why" is not a proper scientific basis for making a claim, even a small one.

It's all that's needed, Algore, god of thunder has written in the NYT and the debate is over

You can get Gore's slam dunking column pwning the denialists on Kindle of course.

Posted by: Dr Charles Johnson, Scientologist at February 28, 2010 10:38 AM (sYxEE)

102 Al stared at me a lot.

Posted by: The Sun at February 28, 2010 10:39 AM (D7/BU)

103 "It's a dry rain."

Stirred, not shaken. Neat.

Posted by: buster mcdissenter at February 28, 2010 10:40 AM (1J/iW)

104 I said once I was your President that the oceans would stop rising. No big tsunami yesterday, whereas when Bush was President millions of brown people that he hates were wiped out.

And do you thank me for all that? Where's my adoration?

Oh, Iran has moved its uranium out of the underground bunkers. Hey girls, want to go out for ice cream?

Posted by: King Barry I at February 28, 2010 10:44 AM (sYxEE)

105

Scientific rumor has it that Algore took into account Tiger Beat magazine with all its talk of hawtness.

I can't decide who I hate more: Pelosick or Algore. But I'm not counting Odumbass in that particular choice.

Posted by: Antimatter at February 28, 2010 11:45 AM (gbCNS)

106 Watts Up With That put up a post the other day showing that all of the observed warming in the past 50 years is from temperature stations in urban centers. This is the well-documented Heat Island Effect. The Warmers "adjusted" the data to remove this effect by increasing the rural data to match the rise in urban data. The entirety of the Warmists' case has collapsed. Their data is poorly collected. Their models have been shown to produce the same hockey-stick increase regardless of whether temperature data or random numbers are fed into them. Their case is hysterically built upon scare tactics that bear no resemblance to the matter at hand, (like implying deforestation of rainforests is due to Globaloney). And now they've been caught lying, and engaging in fraudulent manipulation of scientific data. There is nothing lower than these assholes. They are pox on our planet. Al Gore is one of the biggest jerks on the earth. That he has amassed a fortune peddling his tripe makes me ill. He should be imprisoned for the rest of his life.

Posted by: Fresh Air at February 28, 2010 12:02 PM (5eTMk)

107 108, Indeed. And thanks must go to the MSM for revealing this hoax for all to see. ***crickets***

Posted by: eman at February 28, 2010 12:06 PM (D7/BU)

108 What's being missed by most all AGW cultists and even Climate Change deniers is that SCIENCE has taken a very big hit.

We have been taught that Scientists are OBJECTIVE and seek THE FACTS regardless of what they may be (and to date had little FACTS to justify otherwise) and the system can generally be trusted to sort out the lies and the fools from the facts and the wise. The Climategate scandal has proven that this is not the case and the system was gamed and/or broken.

Now we have seen over a LONG period of time, which included the prospect of economy crushing financial burdens let alone damage to the Nation's psyche due to the abrupt and opposite changes in thinking required to counteract the so-called threat, that the Scientists (from so many prestigious institutions) who were so adamant that the science was settled and that they had the facts to prove it were WRONG. Worse yet, they may have been LYING and were definitely COVERING UP any INCONVENIENT FACTS. On top of which they were conspiring to prevent any countervailing opinions from being presented in PEER-REVIEWED magazines.

That they did so for the sole purpose of their own aggrandizement in the form of intellectual accolades and financial security is just evidence of human nature. The big problem is THAT THE SYSTEM DIDN'T WORK AND THE TRUTH WAS SUPPRESSED.

Now when anyone brings up a controversial theory or posits a cause of a known troublesome condition, will we be so quick to pay them the proper attention and accept that due diligence has been done by someone? Probably not and mostly that's to the good but the idea of men in white smocks being fonts of cutting edge knowledge and theories with no particular axe to grind has been blown down like a straw hut built by a pig.

I think it may be possible that OTHER so called SETTLED SCIENCE may be due for some cleansing light of day exposure. Although I believe that evolutionary theory has proven useful and provable at certain levels (particularly concerning adaptive changes within a species that occur due to environmental changes) we really don't have all the facts on how one distinct animal/plant turns into a completely different animal/plant with a large number of distinct physical modifications and in fact there is contradictory evidence that has, to date, been ignored because it doesn't fit the ACCEPTED theory. (sound familiar?)

Posted by: jakee308 at February 28, 2010 12:46 PM (WY0Sv)

109 110, The problem with what you say in your last paragraph, jakee308, is the evidence for evolution is everything the evidence for AGW was not. The evidence for evolution is just as good and extensive and secure as the evidence for the existence of atoms.

Posted by: eman at February 28, 2010 12:57 PM (D7/BU)

110 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.

Two points --

1) Just because their 'measurements' say it is the hottest on record does not mean the temperature hasn't gone down -- this is obfuscation.

2) The hottest decade since modern records, hummm, sounds like a long time doesn't it?  1880 is not that long, and even then the thermometers weren't that good, not to mention the studies that show the urban heat island effect has damaged the credibility of the 'modern' records.

Posted by: LifeTrek at February 28, 2010 01:09 PM (tJTIW)

111 I think he meant 2 errors in the first 2 minutes of his movie.  He has been busy counting his fraud money and has not had time to go past that point in his movie.

Posted by: Steve.M. at February 28, 2010 01:17 PM (JfhXO)

112 I know it's prob. been said a few times above, but where the hell are the links in Gore's statement? It's 2010. Does he think he can write shite like that and not provide links? You can't even comment on a blog w/out providing links.

Link or slink Gore. This freak actually thinks his words are authoritative in and of themselves.

Posted by: jiangxiDad at February 28, 2010 01:50 PM (TnC3s)

113 Over at dickhead central, Chuckie Johnson has the unenviable task of defending Gore. Now that's a dedicated fanatic, someone who still, with a straight face, tries to defend the undefendable. But it's all in the service of bashing anything the right is for and defending anything the right opposes. I'd imagine, I've never read it, but I'd imagine he's 100% behind government health care take-over and cap'n trade, as well as raising taxes to pay for porkulus, which I'd assume he is also for, since he must be a kneejerk gainsayer of anything the right blogs are for. It's his reason for existence, to be against anything the right is for.

Posted by: ms. docweasel at February 28, 2010 02:11 PM (kgwdA)

114 "Science and Mother Nature are in a marriage where Science is always surprised to come home and find Mother Nature blowing the neighbor."Shit my dad says -- soon to be a television pilot starting William Shatner!

Posted by: LifeTrek at February 28, 2010 02:35 PM (tJTIW)

115

Just on that last point: This is the go-to excuse for explaining away the snow, that heat actually fills the air with water vapor and yadda yadda yadda. It utterly fails to even acknowledge that this winter has not merely been snowy -- it has been very cold, too. It's not the case that it's warm but snowy.

Scientists have discovered that hotter heat tends to force more cold into the atmosphere, thus totally explaining the record cold temperatures this winter.  It's peer-reviewed, people!

Posted by: Algore, World=Renowned Expert on All Things Sciency at February 28, 2010 03:21 PM (LfSli)

116 Today, while the speed at which the tsunami traveled across the Pacific is fresh on everyone's mind, would the warmists care to repeat their claim that the ocean is rising faster at Vanuatu Island than any other place on earth?

Posted by: John Galt at February 28, 2010 04:42 PM (Ylv1H)

117 I can only conclude that g0d hates liars.  If Gore had been a man, he'd have been president.  Instead of sliding by, he slid away.  Absent the leaked climategate  data, he'd have been rich, or at least respected.  Now he has a cowbell prize, a big houseboat, a house with a huge electric bill, and Tipper.

How can anyone not believe in a just g0d?

Posted by: MarkD at February 28, 2010 05:30 PM (0FVgz)

118 Two things to notice about the article in the Times. First, the irony that there is no comment section. Second, from the last paragraph in his text..... I hope that it will place a true cap on carbon emissions and stimulate the rapid development of low-carbon sources of energy. We have overcome existential threats before. Winston Churchill is widely quoted as having said, “Sometimes doing your best is not good enough. Sometimes, you must do what is required.” Now is that time. Public officials must rise to this challenge by doing what is required; and the public must demand that they do so — or must replace them. Non-low-carbon sources of energy is more dangerous to the existance of mankind than the control of people with Socialistic politics, and if the politics aren't Socialist enough, they must be replaced.

Posted by: Eric at February 28, 2010 05:44 PM (Qc/s6)

119

As if the data itself isn't such a joke (what fool would wager $20 that it represents planetary temperatures for even a single day, no matter a thousand years), what is this silly notion about the temperature of the "globe" anyway.

Maybe its meaningful, but where is the proof?  Suppose for a second that all of these bogus readings were accurate.  They are all for the SURFACE of the planet.  But everybody knows the atmosphere is miles thick.  Who's to say that the temperatures 1 mile up wouldn't make everything different.  Who's measuring that? And the top few feet of the oceans hold more heat than the entire atmosphere.  Isn't it possible that the surface temperatures could be cooling and the oceans be warming, or vice versa.  And oh yeh, there are millions of cubic miles of  earth in the crust that also can hold heat.  and then there's that nasty heat source below the crust that has a habit of pouring out once in while. 

But we are to believe that a handful of inaccurate, poorly monitored, unrepresentative, contaminated surface stations represent the temperature of the planet.

And of course, the temperature of the planet could be a factor that is outweighed by dozens of other factors in the determination of the planet's climate.  The sun comes to mind, as an example.

A grade school child with an inquiring mind can blow holes miles wide in this idiocy.

But then again, it's not really about science at all.  If it were, all of these issues and the COLD HARD FACT that "climate scientists" understand only a tiny fraction of the extraordinarilly complex and interrelated factors and forces that influence the planet's climate would be openly discussed.

Posted by: proreason at February 28, 2010 06:03 PM (+8dSJ)

120 In Houston the avg for Feb is 61 degrees. This year it was 48 with 5 days at freezing or below. None last year. Warmers still claim this winter was hot even against ACTUAL DATA that hasn't been massaged by Phil Jones.

Posted by: Schwalbe at February 28, 2010 06:30 PM (jkdaV)

121 Would someone just ARREST this man already?

Posted by: Mjim at March 01, 2010 03:10 AM (V8B//)

122 Did he say anything about this study?

“In a nutshell, theoretical models cannot explain what we observe in the geological record,” said oceanographer Gerald Dickens, a co-author of the study and professor of Earth science at Rice University. “There appears to be something fundamentally wrong with the way temperature and carbon are linked in climate models.”

Posted by: Original Roy at March 01, 2010 03:43 AM (wTawr)

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But the UK won't allow his movie to be shown in the schools because of nine specific lies or misrepresentations.

Nine! And that was over a year ago. And of course Al hasn't responded to the UK government calling him a liar. He cannot afford to debate them because they are right and he is a charlatan.

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