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Al Gore under fire for climate change claim on bomb cyclone icy storm

Sunday, January 7th, 2018 7:26am MDT

Former Vice President Al Gore is taking heat for his claim that the icy nor’easter blanketing the eastern seaboard with snow and freezing temperatures is “exactly what we should expect from the climate crisis.”

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A tale of two September 3rds: 94 degrees versus 4.2 inches of snow

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013 6:37pm MDT

This year on September 3 Denver reached an official high temperature of 94 degrees.  Here in Thornton  we topped out at 95 degrees. Providing a stark contrast is a look back at this date 52 years ago. On September 3, 1961 a winter-like system delivered 4.2 inches of snow to the Mile High City with the […]

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Nature: Don’t be so quick to blame extreme weather events on climate change

Thursday, September 20th, 2012 1:56pm MDT

Providing a voice of reason to the sometimes hysterical ravings of climate change alarmists, the scientific journal Nature cautions today that connecting global warming to disasters is not so easy.  The jury is in fact still out on whether extreme weather events can be attributed to anthropogenic global warming, despite what some may say. As […]

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Al Gore: Recent weather events ‘a nature hike through the book of Revelations’

Thursday, August 30th, 2012 2:05pm MDT

Hyperbole from climate change alarmists is nothing new with many of the biggest purveyors of the theory seemingly wanting to one-up the comments of the others. Former vice president Al Gore has always been one to provide interesting quotes and this week equated extreme weather events to Biblical catastrophes.  Read the rest of this story […]

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