Jun 25

Here’s the weekly round-up courtesy of The Daily Bayonet.  Why?  Because skeptics have more fun:

Al Gore morphs into El Grope and continues his rapid descent into PR hell.  Warmist hippies draw up an enemies list, David Suzuki drops the F bomb in a cafe and a Beatle is concerned with ‘climate warming’.

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

Al Gore is in the news again.  Last week it was revealed that the Goreacle had been porking his movie producer, this week an Inconvenient Tryst is with a masseuse who claims that Al tried to get a happy ending when it wasn’t on the menu.  Accusations are that the green guru turned into El Grope to such an extent that a police report was filed. Tom has salacious bits if you don’t want to read it all.  Tipper is now odds-on favorite to win the top honors at the 2010 Good Timing Awards.

One thing to be grateful for, that El Grope wasn’t around in the 1930‘s.

Al continued to promote the Gore enrichment scheme with an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal.  It’s behind a subscription wall, but the great man excerpted a little for us peons:

“There are several well understood advantages inherent in capitalism that make it superior to any other system for organizing economic activity. It has proven to be far more efficient in the allocation of resources and the matching of supply with demand, far more effective at wealth creation, and far more conducive to high levels of freedom and political self-governance. At the most basic level, however, capitalism has become the world’s economic ideology of choice primarily because it demonstrably unlocks a higher fraction of the human potential with ubiquitous organic incentives that reward hard work, ingenuity and innovation.”

That sounds great, but it’s a pity the green horde of ecotards inspired by Al dislike capitalism so much.

Canada’s David Suzuki hasn’t been caught sleeping with anyone, or doing anything interesting in fact.  He has decided to play along with the UN’s new scare du jour, the biodiversity hedge strategy in case global warming falls apart totally.

Suzuki is always portrayed as the nice friendly guy, except when he is calling for his political enemies to be jailed, that is.  So it’s a shock to read of one blogger’s encounter with a not so friendly hippy Dave:

Then, he placed me, or so it seemed.  ”You’re the fish farmer,” he said. I had barely begun to explain that yes, I used to work in fish farming – seven years ago – but before I could say much Dr. Suzuki looked me straight in the eye and started telling me to f**k off. Not just once. Then, suddenly, he seemed to catch himself, and quickly sat down.

“and then I squished her head”

Nice.  Peace, love and understanding, right man?

You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here. I’d recommend you head over to The Daily Bayonet for Parts 2 through 5, including the much anticipated weekly Global Hottie.

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One Response to “Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, Jun. 25th 2010”

  1. justmeint says:

    Hoaxes and ‘gates’ abound… but there is something that seriously requires believers and non believers in the theory of AGW – to take a LOOK SEE…..

    Methane being released in the Gulf of Mexico could precipitate Global Warming – very very fast:

    In an article on Methane Hydrate Ice you find that: Recent discoveries about the existence of a vast band of Methane Hydrate Ice along the world’s continental Slopes, at approx. 500 meters depth, have revolutionized the theories of the Ice Age and Global Warming Cycles. The accumulation of Methane Ice leads to Ice Ages and the rapid melting and effervescence of this ice and gas leads to an equally rapid Global Warming.

    http://just-me-in-t.blogspot.com/

    Vast amounts of methane, a greenhouse gas 23-25 times more potent than carbon dioxide, are locked in the deep sea and in the frozen soils of Siberia, Northern Europe, and North America, but warming could trigger rapid thawing that would release billions of tons into the atmosphere.

    “The potential consequences of large amounts of methane entering the atmosphere, from thawing permafrost or destabilized ocean hydrates, would lead to abrupt changes in the climate that would likely be irreversible. We must not cross that threshold.

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