May 05

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Each month GORE LIED documents the temperature change since Al Gore released his science fiction movie An Inconvenient Truth at the Sundance Film Festival on January 24, 2006, which we call the Al Gore / AIT Index.

Using a red marker, the GORE LIED graphics department takes significant liberties with Dr. Roy Spencer’s monthly UAH Globallly Averaged Satellite-Based Temperatures of the Lower Atmosphere. It should be duly noted that we use this temperature because the GORE LIED staff believes that these satellite derived temperatures are the most accurate temperature readings available.  On the other hand, the data that seems to be favored by James Hansen has quality-control issues.

Through April 2009, the globally averaged temperatures have dropped .54°F (.30°C) since Al Gore released An Inconvenient Truth on January 24, 2006 at the Sundance Film Festival – truly Al Gore’s own personal inconvenient truth.

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4 Responses to “Al Gore / AIT Index: Global temperatures have plunged .54°F (.30°C) since An Inconvenient Truth was released”

  1. [...] Global Warming news More facts to digest. Not emotions, facts: Global temperatures cooling:Al Gore / AIT Index: Global temperatures have plunged .54

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  2. [...] Each month GORE LIED documents the temperature change since Al Gore released his science fiction movie An Inconvenient Truth at the Sundance Film Festival on January 24, 2006, which we call the Al Gore / AIT Index.  http://algorelied.com/?p=1502 [...]

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  3. %Cortez Deremer% here, I just discovered Satellite TV on my PC! Ultra cheap at only $50 once off to get the software and an account on the Internet. I get more channels(in HD I might ad) than I get on cable so tomorrow I reckon I’m going to cancel my cable subscription. Thought I’d share this with you guys, worth to check out.

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  4. [...] Gore saved the planet, since he released his movie, global temperatures have plummeted.  Good job, Al. walk the line, or [...]

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