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Al Gore Wins Worthless Prize

The Nobel Peace Prize lost all its value when it was given to Yasser Arafat for taking a brief break from murdering Jews. But just in anyone forgot how worthless it is, they’re reminding us by giving it to Al Gore and the IPCC.

I’ve already said most of what I have to say about Gore in this podcast and this article. But I’m making this blog entry to provide a place for you, the readers, to comment.

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  1. Dave,

    What is your source for this:
    “Using real science, we can conclude that it probably is happening, a little, or that it probably isn’t happening at all.”

    When I want to get the free market position I always check Cato first. There climate scientist says:

    “The first (and sometimes last) stop in the global-warming debate is the question, Is it real? The answer seems to be yes. Ground-based and oceanic temperature records show warming of about three-quarters of a degree Celsius in the last century. About half of that warming, however, occurred before World War II and is widely thought to be related to solar activity. Satellite and weather-balloon records, which do not go back as far, show less warming in the late 20th century than the land-based stations.”

    http://www.cato.org/pub_display.php?pub_id=6633

    From my research the debate seems to be, how much of it is anthropogenic and how much is natural, how big will the effects be, and what if anything should we do about it (i.e. is it better to adapt).

    Personally, I think getting rid of all government subsidies so that renewable energy can compete on a level playing field would go along way toward solving the problem.

    Oh yeah, obviously the Nobel Peace Prize is retarded.

    Don Venardos | Oct 13, 2007 | Reply

  2. I would like to add to how stupid the Nobel Peace Prize is, Henry Kissinger won the Nobel Peace Prize for basically stepping the Vietnam War and then leaving South Vietnam to fall to the people he was bombing in the first place. Oh, he is also of the Realist school of foreign policy, which automatically dismisses most objections to war.

    Go figure…

    Harley | Oct 17, 2007 | Reply

  3. I would like to share a my recent letter to the editor on Al Gore:

    Despite an ongoing attempt by the mainstream liberal media to spin it otherwise, Al Gore has effectively been convicted by a British High Court of nine counts of lying to the public. In a recent ruling on the veracity of “An Inconvenient Truth”, Justice Michael Barton found that Al Gore:

    1. Lied about the pending sea-level rise of 20 feet due to melting ice sheets.
    2. Lied about low-lying Pacific atolls having already been evacuated due to rising sea
    levels caused by global warming.
    3. Lied about the pending shut down of the Atlantic Gulf Stream due to global warming.
    4. Lied about a 650,000-year direct relationship between a rise in global temperature with
    a rise in CO2.
    5. Lied about the disappearance of the snow on Mt. Kilimanjaro due to global warming. 6. Lied about global warming causing the drying-up of Lake Chad.
    7. Lied about global warming causing Hurricane Katrina.
    8. Lied about polar bears drowning because of global warming.
    9. Lied about coral reefs bleaching because of global warming.

    With a guilty verdict rendered, let the sentencing phase begin. Al Gore needs to do some serious time in the pokey for perpetrating a costly scam on a gullible public.

    Raoul | Nov 4, 2007 | Reply

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