Mar 11

Yup, it’s the weekly round-up:

It might not be the Rolling Stone, but Al Gore made the cover of the Weekly Standard and he’s… naked.  Pass the eye bleach.  Methane is the latest deadly thing in the atmosphere, an ABC head accuses the media of groupthink on global warming and the Internet never forgets what warmist’s once said.

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

Al Gore, the spiritual leader of the AGW cult, has had another rough week.  As some openly call for a replacement High Priest, others dare to question whether the old bone-caster’s refusal to walk the talk might be a bit of a credibility problem:

Several vessels in the Baltic failed to tune into the Gore effect forecast and spent an uncomfortable time stuck in ice.  Remember, always check the whereabouts of the Goreacle before you travel.

The great man himself blogged that the world’s largest firms ’cause’ $2.2 trillion of ‘environmental damage’ every year.  That’s a number from the UN, so make of it what you will.  The only reason Al’s so excited is because he wants a slice.  $2.2 trillion used to be a lot of money, but in Obamadollars it’s just a drop in the bucket.

A fellow called Greg Unruh has taken to filling in when organizations are too cheap to pay for Al to show up and preach to them.  He calls himself the ‘cheap Al Gore’ but laments that the job is getting harder:

I have given some version of the presentation more than 100 times, mostly to MBA students, and the response has been what I would consider rational concern. But something has changed of late. Recently, in every group, there is an outspoken minority that belittles the scientific evidence and sidetracks the discussion with misinformation gleaned from the mass media. Don’t get me wrong. I am a scientist by training and I know that science only advances through skepticism and healthy debate. However, it is informed skepticism that improves our understanding. Informed scientific skepticism has driven huge advances in our knowledge of the climate system and the challenges we face. What I seem to be confronting now is popular skepticism. It’s in vogue.

I’m happy that no hippies came to talk to my MBA class, or I might be writing this from a cell.

Mega-merger of the week; the Alliance for Climate Protection and The Climate Project were rolled into one entity.  Both are Gore-founded propaganda mills designed to keep the climate hoax front and center while Big Al rakes in the cash.  Al touted an article by Alliance for Climate Protection CEO Maggie Fox:

Despite what the professional skeptics might claim, the overwhelming consensus on global warming remains unchanged. Less than a handful of small mistakes in a 4,000-page document do not undermine decades and volumes of important, careful scientific research, no matter what the paid pundits and pessimists try to spin.

Hey Maggie, remember this marketing of the IPCC report:

All those clever sciencytists, and they let Glaciergate slip by?  I’d call that more than a typo.

Meanwhile, fewer people are following the global warming prophet, at least in Florida.  Don’t they know that they’re all going to drown?

Al became the cover model for Weekly Standard readers:

Al’s trip to Norway wasn’t just designed to trap boats in Baltic ice, that was a side-effect of his book promotion tour.  While he was selling scares to Scandi’s he took a swipe at ‘organized skeptics‘, funded by Big Fossil.  You see, when Al spends $300 million to frighten Americans about pleasant weather, it’s no problem even when he won’t disclose where the cash comes from.  But if oil and gas companies spend money to counter the global warming propaganda, no fair.

I have some bad news good news for you:  There’s four more parts to the round-up!  But, you’ll have to visit The Daily Bayonet to see them.  You’d better head there now.

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Mar 04

Like clockwork, it’s the Round-Up courtesy of The Daily Bayonet:

The green movement is fracturing under the continued pressure of the truth about global warming, Al Gore wrote for the NYT and is widely ridiculed and British Columbia proves that green taxes can’t stop global warming.  Also, in a Daily Bayonet exclusive, buy your Axis of Upheaval offsets, this week only.

And there’s an all-Canadian hottie, because Canada rocked the Olympics my friends.

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

Al Gore, Apple shareholder and advocate of child labor for increased profits, was called a laughingstock at the hippie-tech’s recent AGM.  Bonus, he was there in person to hear it.

At least Al can show up when their is dollar to be made, because he runs pretty fast if he’s being asked to answer a few questions on the record.

The biggest news from the global warming movement’s spiritual leader was his op-ed in the New York Times in which the profiteer prophet told his people:

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.

And by ‘global warming pollution’ Al means CO2, or plant food.  Feel the crazy!

There was a long line of people waiting to tear up Al’s portfolio-protection racket, notably AceAlan Caruba, Ann Althouse, IBD and the always read-worthy Donna LaFramboise, who really puts the boot in:

While Gore finds it convenient these days to portray tobacco as the moral equivalent of the Great Satan, to anyone aware of his family history this rings grotesquely hollow. Six years after his own sister died of lung cancer, he himself was still accepting political campaign donations from “tobacco industry political action committees.” It took several years following her death for his family to walk away from the income they earned from this crop.

The reason this is important is because the tobacco analogy isn’t being deployed randomly or accidentally. It’s become a consistent part of Gore’s rhetorical arsenal. Last December, he tried the same trick. When asked about the lack of political action in the US on carbon-dioxide related matters, he compared “carbon polluters” to big tobacco and appeared to blame their lobbying and advertising activities for the lack of legislative progress.

Ouch.

Al’s mockumentary An Inconvenient Truth may no longer be shown in British schools, if the UKIP takes power (which is, unfortunately unlikely).

At least Al is a smart gambler.  By ducking this bet, he’s saved some of those precious greenbacks he’s so fond of.

There may be a medical diagnosis for what ails Al, ‘Narcissistic Personality Disorder‘.  Yes, global warming causes failed presidential candidates to crave the spotlight.  Or something.  I don’t know if Al’s sick or not, but he sure makes me nauseous.

Oh, did you know that global warming causes coral reefs to ‘disintigrate’.  Me either, but Big Al says it is so, and he’s almost Doctor Gore.  Oh, wait, here’s an inconvenient truth.

Al has teamed up with Richard Branson, the UK’s biggest global warming hypocrite, to make lots more money for each other sell a mini traffic light for truck cabs, or something.

Et tu, Guardian?  Al Gore, ghost of climate change past:

Yet even though I admire Gore, on some level I couldn’t help but cringe. His 2006 film on global warming, An Inconvenient Truth, helped bring the issue to prominence for millions of people. I’m afraid, though, that he has not only spent his political capital, but is running a deficit. Mocked by the right every time he pops up, he is no longer in a position to convince anyone who isn’t already convinced – especially when he writes for our most liberal daily newspaper.

From a Guardianista, that’s like getting smacked upside the head with Tiny Tim’s crutch.  God bless ‘em, every word.

Heh. Good job.  You’ve successfully completed Part One.  Now get on over to The Daily Bayonet for the other four parts.  There’s a hottie waitin’ for ya.



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Feb 18

Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, Feb. 18th 2010

By Editor Al Gore, Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up Comments Off on Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, Feb. 18th 2010

It’s time for more fun and frivolity at the alarmists’ expense, courtesy of The Daily Bayonet:

Evan Bayh falls victim to a mutation in the Gore Effect, Dead Kennedy’s view is likely to be spoiled by a zombie wind farm and the IPCC becomes a gated community.

Also, there’s a nice bit of Welsh for your global hottie.

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

Al Gore has buried his head in the sand and continues to pretend that his global warming hoax is still credible.  When Climategate broke, Al said this:

“A few out-of-context lines from decade-old e-mails aren’t going to change that in the long term, and anyone who thinks we’ll be talking about these e-mails a year from now hasn’t been paying attention to a news cycle that moves at Twitter speed.”

As we know, Climategate was always about more than emails.  Even Phil ‘Hide the Decline’ Jones has admitted that there has been no warming since 1995.

Al doesn’t want to hear that, he wants you to believe that it’s even worse than we thought:

…as Barber and his colleagues explain in a recent paper in Geophysical Review Letters, the analysis of what the satellites were seeing was wrong. Some of what satellites identified as thick, melt-resistant multiyear ice turned out to be, in Barber’s words, “full of holes, like Swiss cheese.”

Kind of like AGW science, right Al?

As Al doubles down on the ‘climate crisis’, a growing chorus of voices are calling for some kind of reckoning for the profiteer prophet of doom.  Rush Limbaugh ponders a fraud conviction while the Donald wants Al’s Nobel stripped:

Even lowly people like you, the evil skeptic Round-Up readers can sign a petition asking the Nobel Committee to take back the Gore award and give to a far more deserving winner.

The Gore Effect is a fun method of referring to adverse weather events that disrupt climate protests and so forth.  Perhaps there is now a new Political Gore effect emerging.  As soon as Gore’s Repower America ran ads targeting Senator Evan Bayh to support the cap and tax bill, Bayh announced he would not seek re-election.

No one expects Al Gore to present a balanced view of the global warming debate, but even he must realize that something is seriously wrong when three major US firms quit the Climate Action Partnership.  Just last September Al celebrated Alstom’s decision to join the CAP as a sign that “slowly and surely we are winning.”

So what does he think losing BP America, ConocoPhilips and Caterpillar means?  Al, buy a clue: slowly and surely, you are losing.

Well, you’ve completed the Al Gore section of your mission. Parts 2 through 5 are awaiting you at The Daily Bayonet, including the weekly Global Hottie (Part 5). You better go there, now.

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Feb 04

Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, Feb. 4th 2010

By Editor Al Gore, Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up Comments Off on Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, Feb. 4th 2010

The Daily Bayonet is at it again:

Big Green gets an endorsement from global terrorists, Al Gore pretends Bill Gates is his friend and ripples from Climategate continue to harsh  hippie mellows.  All this, a beach hottie and 10% more snark in your weekly round-up.

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

Here’s a simple question.  How can you tell that Al Gore’s schedule isn’t as crowded as it was?  Answer: Al posts on his blog 10 times in a week, that’s how.  Let’s see what the profiteer prophet had on his mind:

He don’t like Sen. Murkowski one little bit, and he thinks that the noughties were the warmest years evah.  He still reads the New York Times (so that’s who it is!) and likes it when they write fawning editorials on global warming.  He quotes Bill Gates, but only where it suits him (more on that later), and goes on to  find the one poll that suggests his AGW hoax isn’t deader than the average Ted Kennedy date.

You’ll be happy to know that Al found time to attend the launch of the new iTampon, or whatever its called, but unfortunately for Mother Earth, Al took a plane.  Why, oh why can’t he take the bus?

Have savings?  Not if Al has any say in it you won’t.  He’d like them invested in Green things.  Preferably green things controlled by Al Gore, natch.

The Goreacle’s oddest blog post became the subject of one of my own posts, in which readers waded in with woeful tales of lives destroyed by global warming.  Feel free to add your own to the list, there might even be a prize for the best entry.  Or not.

Conspiracy?  Al Gore, Al Jazeera and Al Qaeda, united in greenity?  Tell me that’s not fishy.  Al Gore’s self-detonating AGW hoax received some much needed support in a brand new live-from-the-cave special from Osama Bin-Laden himself.  Osama’s wars have gone about as well as Al’s recent battles, so he’s figured out it’s time to encourage the great Satan to self-immolate.  Good luck with that, you evil hippie-bearded goat f-f-fancier.

Part One complete.  Move on to The Daily Bayonet for Parts Two through Five.  And don’t miss the weekly Global Hottie.

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Jan 28

Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, Jan.28th 2010

By Editor Al Gore, Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up Comments Off on Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, Jan.28th 2010

Another week another (fill in the name)-gate that drives another nail in the coffin of the man-made global warming hoax.  Another week, another Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up courtesy of The Daily Bayonet:

The IPCC gets a global drubbing for peddling recycled WWF glacier-ganda, Al Gore loves astroturf and there’s more green-on-green action than a superbowl between the Eagles and the Jets.

Oh, and Megan Fox is your weekly hottie, so scroll down and get it out of your system now while the links are still fresh.

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

Al Gore is beyond parody.  In a post entitled ‘Green Pastors’, Al blogs about ministers that use the environmental agenda to pull in more bums on pews:

“”We actually encourage it as a way to get people into the churches,” said Lee Anne Beres, the executive director of Earth Ministry, a Seattle group founded in 1992 that has guided many area congregations through environmental upgrades over the past decade but has recently emphasized more direct political action for pastors and parishioners. “That is what people are interested in, and I don’t see anything Machiavellian in that.””

Nothing wrong with a bit of inter-faith cooperation, I guess.

Al Gore takes a lesson in branding from a diminutive musician from the Twin cities and ‘The Phenomenon Formerly Known as Global Warming’ is born. Maybe next Al will carve ’slave’ onto his cheek too? (satire, as if you didn’t know)

How green is my astroturf? Good question Al, good question. Meanwhile, most letters to the editor these days are far more skeptical in tone.

That ’settled’ science is looking far more shaky with each revelation from the crooked world of climatology, as this poll shows.  Also, for anyone that thought you needed to be smart to be a member of the ‘elite’ the poll provides proof to the contrary.  More evidence of this later.

Burning books is never a great idea, although some titles are more tempting than others.  Enjoy the video, but forgive them their bad English accents, they tried.  Bless ‘em.

The ignoble Nobel.  GORE LIED wants it revoked, but that’s against the rules.  I know one moonbat who don’t care about rules and revocations:

The prophet likes the idea of electronics being labeled with information that tells you how quickly your new TV is going to kill a polar bear.  Or something.

Harry Reid is to most people a vindictive little bureaucrat that long ago exceeded his Peter Principle potential.  But to Al, Dingy Harry is a beacon of hope, and, dare I say it… change?  Shame that Al’s best Senate buddy looks like he has an expiry date.

There’s a couple of links there to yours truly.  Did ya find ’em? If no, go back and look harder.  If yes, proceed to Parts Two through Five (where you’ll be rewarded at the end with the weekly Global Hottie) at The Daily Bayonet.

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Jan 14

Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, Jan. 14th 2010

By Editor Al Gore, Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up Comments Off on Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, Jan. 14th 2010

The Round-Up is back, and better than ever:

Al Gore is mad at the world, the UK and much of Europe is digging itself out from under global warming and eating greens might kill primates unable to access antacids.

All this, a global hottie that’s stuck up a mountain (really) and an extra helping of snark in this week’s round-up.

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

Al Gore went missing, yours truly blogged about his disappearance, and almost instantly, Al re-appeared.  The Daily Bayonet gets results!  Or it might have been Criss Angel.

Al’s self-serving first post of the decade is here, and is notable because, well, he doesn’t sound happy:

It’s an outrage. 2010 should start in a way that reflects our movement’s amazing accomplishments from last year — moving the ball forward to passage of comprehensive clean energy and climate legislation. Instead, our elected leaders are proposing policies that would set us back decades and let the worst polluters completely off the hook.

Let’s take a moment to remind Al about the elected leaders he’s whining about… Democrats control the White House, the Senate and Congress.  The GOP might be the ‘party of no’, but the Dems are the party of D’Oh!

Dimocrats in charge

Google is scared hitless of Islamic extremists, but Al Gore can kiss their…  Heh.

A story to warm the heart of any skeptic appeared in American Thinker, let’s sub-title it ‘Al Goes to Dinner’:

I was having lunch at a restaurant in midtown Manhattan when my colleague noticed Al and Tipper Gore dining across the room with another couple. It was a frigid day, with record-breaking temperatures keeping most people indoors, and we were the last two tables in the restaurant.

As the Gore party started walking out of the room, my colleague called out, “Hey, Al, how’s all that global warming working out for you?” Gore turned around and stared at us with a completely dumbfounded look on his face.
Follow the link to see how it ends.
Tom Nelson is like a dog with a bone, if by dog you mean hard-boiled human skeptic aggregating machine and by bone you mean Al Gore’s declining Climate Project activity.  More tortured metaphors later, I’m just getting started.

The Wall Street Journal says that Al Gore’s moment has come and gone.  Post-Climategate it’s just not cool to be green in 2010.  People were all for feel-good platitudes and Prius purchases in the noughties, but now that we know the science was faked by a handful of influential idealogue thugs, hippie heydays are over.

You’re not done yet.  That’s only Part One.  There’s Four more parts to go, including a very special Global Hottie.  But, you’ll have to visit The Daily Bayonet to get your fill.  Go there. Now.  But, thanks for visiting.

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Jan 07

Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, Jan.7th 2010

By Editor Al Gore, Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up Comments Off on Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, Jan.7th 2010

It’s Thursday, and it’s Round-Up time!

Welcome to the first Round-Up of the decade.  We start the year with the UK covered in global warming, Al Gore in denial about Climategate (oh the ironing!) and discover that climate change is just like slavery.

All this and a helicopter hottie too, in the inaugural round-up of 2010.

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

The profiteer prophet and the Pope, together at last.  Al has kind words about the Pontiff, who in turn admires Al’s cute new religion and sent a message of hope to Copenhagen.  Apparently God wasn’t listening to his earthbound vicar and decided not to bless the godless hippies at Hopenchangen as their pagan fear fest fell apart.

Al blogged about Climategate, and is in deep denial about what it means for his future earning potential:

After all, climate denial has been a marginal position for years, and the American people believe by a wide margin that climate change is real, that we’re causing it and that taking action to solve it will create good-paying jobs. A few out-of-context lines from decade-old e-mails aren’t going to change that in the long term

Nice try, Al, but your Climategate denial won’t make the real inconvenient truth go away, and people have noticed that the Green neo-religion is at least as nasty as other cults through the ages.  Pass the kool-aid, someone?

Scary-smart MIT scientist Richard Lindzen has a few choice words about the Goreacle and his ‘consensus’.

Tom Nelson notices another disturbing and hidden decline, the number of presentations Al did for his Climate Project.

The ice-man cometh, again.  Heh.

A man named Ron in Ontario takes Canadian Hippie David Suzuki to task for cherry-picking scare stories.  Does the fruit-fly geneticist hear the worms turning?  Nah, he’s too busy going onto national TV and comparing  global warming to slavery.  Look down Dave, that’s a shark you’re jumping.

Congratulations on finishing Part One of your journey.  To finish Parts Two through Five, you’ll have to visit The Daily Bayonet.

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