On Wednesday, Al Gore spoke preached to the crowd at Digital Newfront 2009. As this was not open to the public, Gore apparently felt comfortable enough to take some unscripted questions from the audience congregation.
Not surprisingly, one of the questioners turned out to be a bit of a nut:
Questioner: Do you believe that the extraterrestrial technology that documents indicate was discovered at the Channel(?) Lake facility in California can, indeed, significantly reduce levels of CO2 as to halt global warming by 2099?
Gore: …I don’t know what you’re referring to by extraterrestrial technology.
Gore: Uh, uh, I personally do not. Uh, uh, I don’t.
Al Gore isn’t interested in magic solutions. After all, the closest thing we’ve got on earth to a magic solution (if one were actually needed) is nuclear. Gore will have no part of nuclear as that would be to simplistic, and would not allow Gore and his merry band of Warmers to take away our individual liberties, and implement new taxes to redistribute wealth.
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