According to numerous writers, including Steven Hayward, Algore jumped the shark last week at Aspen.
Here, in part, is Algore’s rant, “Some of the exact same people — by name I can go down a list of their names — are involved in this, and so what do they do? They pay pseudo-scientists to pretend to be scientists to put out the message: ‘This climate thing, it’s nonsense. Man-made CO2 doesn’t trap heat. It may be volcanoes.’ Bullsh**t! ‘It may be sun spots.’ Bullsh**t! ‘It’s not getting warmer.’ Bullsh**t!”
These skeptics have been so successful, said Algore, that public and political discussions about climate change have devolved into a cycle of partisan bickering. “It’s no longer acceptable in mixed company, meaning bipartisan company, to use the godd**n word climate,” he said. “It is not acceptable. They have polluted it to the point where we cannot possibly come to an agreement on it.”
What set him off? James M. Taylor, a senior fellow for environmental policy at The Trumpet’s favorite climate truth-teller, The Heartland Institute, and Dr. Roy Spencer, a principal research scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville and The Trumpet’s favorite climate scientist, released a major analysis of NASA satellite data from 2000 to 2011 that, according to Taylor, deals a critical blow to some of the statements and predictions that have been made by global warming adherents.
As I’ve said before, all who have reflected on the size of God and His creation know anthropogenic climate change is not just baloney, it is impossible. Common sense is all that is really necessary to know anthropogenic climate change is not just baloney, it is impossible. But of course reflection on God and common sense are not allowed in the worldwide Green Grab for Power. Perhaps the best way to learn about the high stakes international Green Grab for Power is Michael Crichton’s terrific 2005 novel, State of Fear.
Fortunately we also have science and scientists with character like Dr. Spencer. And fortunately we have The Heartland Institute and their six international conferences on climate change.
Get the full proceedings of the 6 International Conferences on Climate Change, including links to videos and PowerPoint presentations, at the links below.
First International Conference on Climate Change (March 2008, New York City)
Second International Conference on Climate Change (March 2009, New York City)
Third International Conference on Climate Change (June 2009, Washington, DC)
Fourth International Conference on Climate Change (May 2010, Chicago, IL)
Fifth International Conference on Climate Change (October 2010, Sydney, Australia)
Sixth International Conferences on Climate Change. June, 2011, Washington, D.C.)