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Posts Tagged ‘Al Gore’

Aspen symposium hosts global warming cheerleader Al Gore

Monday, February 21st, 2011 4:25pm MDT

Former Vice President Al Gore spoke at the “Forests at Risk: Climate Change and the Future of the American West” symposium in Aspen this weekend issuing a dire warning about global warming. Gore told the crowd, “It’s unprecedented and we really have to face up to it.” The Nobel Laureate and author of the book […]

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Animated video depicts hypothetical global warming debate

Sunday, January 16th, 2011 5:03am MDT

From the high-minded forums in the scientific community to the halls of Congress to main street America, manmade climate change is a hot topic (pun intended).  Some scientists would have us believe the debate is over, Congress uses the theory to impress new taxes on citizens, and Americans are left wondering what to believe.  This […]

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Al Gore decries press censorship of oil spill, blocks press from own events

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010 5:13pm MDT

In a new blog posting on his website, former Vice President Al Gore said access by the press covering the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is a ‘de facto form of censorship.’ Many however have been quick to seize on the fact that Gore himself bans press coverage of his own events. […]

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Al Gore reappears – Says errors in climate science are irrelevant

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010 3:31pm MDT

Former Vice President Al Gore had been conspicuously absent from the public eye recently. Following on the failure of the Copenhagen climate summit and new revelations of errors in key climate science reports, the Nobel Laureate was nowhere to be found. On Sunday he returned with an op-ed in the New York Times discussing the […]

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Gore Effect strikes again – Forces NOAA to change announcement of new climate agency

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010 2:22pm MDT

With a great deal of hype yesterday, the United States Department of Commerce announced its vision for a new government climate agency spearhead by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Planned as a media event at the National Press Club yesterday, officials were forced to instead make the announcement via teleconferencing due to the […]

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‘Frozen Gore’ returns to Fairbanks, Alaska bigger than ever

Friday, January 8th, 2010 5:06pm MDT

He weighs two tons, is six feet tall and spews smoke from his mouth. No, not former vice president and Nobel Laureate Al Gore but rather a huge likeness of him carved out of ice. The infamous ‘Frozen Gore’ ice sculpture has returned to Fairbanks, Alaska and it is better than ever. Last year, local […]

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Predictions of climate change induced natural disasters falling flat

Friday, November 6th, 2009 9:09am MDT

Manmade climate change is said to present humankind with some of its greatest challenges in the planet’s history, not the least of which is an alarming increase in frequency and intensity of natural disasters. Massive flooding, super-powered hurricanes, endless tornado seasons and more have all been said to be the direst of consequences of global […]

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Popular meteorologists express doubts about global warming

Thursday, September 10th, 2009 6:28pm MDT

While the United States debates whether or not to push climate change legislation this year, the debate on the climate and man’s effect on it continues in the public forum. In recent days two high profile meteorologists have come forth and added their voices to the growing movement of those who reject the ‘consensus’ of […]

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Climate change hearing on Capitol Hill highlights politics and hypocrisy

Tuesday, April 28th, 2009 12:54pm MDT

As legislators in Washington D.C. debated a climate change bill that would levy new taxes on businesses and potentially cost consumers, political theatre was in full view Friday at the House of Representatives.  The House Energy and Commerce Committee held hearings all last week on the legislation, culminating with the appearance of former Vice President […]

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NOAA says October hottest on record – Oops – Maybe not

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008 6:56pm MDT

Scientists at NOAA and NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) announced last week that October global temperatures were the hottest on record.  Naturally this caused quite a bit of hubbub and had the global warming alarmists in quite an uproar.  As we wrote about previously, the year has been cooler than normal in North […]

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