Al Gore’s Climatological ‘Meltdown’

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In recent years, former Vice President Al Gore has been the object of a great deal of humor – and ire – for his extremist views and hypocritical actions when it comes to the environment. But a bizarre rant from the man who was once heartbeats away from becoming President of these United States calls forth a term which Americans want nowhere near the Oval Office: unhinged.

The ideology of manmade global warming has fallen on hard times in recent years due to a series of revelations that have fundamentally undermined the credibility of the “science” and its advocates. Beginning with “Climategate” and “Glaciergate” and continuing through such public spectacles as the implosion of the December 2009 Copenhagen Climate Change Conference, polling data has repeatedly demonstrated that the claims of climate change scientists have fallen on hard times with the public.

The shrinking credibility of the notion of manmade climate change has been met with a measure of relief among critics who have long understood how shaky the “science” was all along. But for the theory’s brashest boosters, the effect has been a rapid degeneration in the rhetoric.

Consider the case of Al Gore’s recent remarks to the Aspen Institute. The purported two-fold goal of the Aspen institute is “to foster values-based leadership, encouraging individuals to reflect on the ideals and ideas that define a good society, and to provide a neutral and balanced venue for discussing and acting on critical issues.” If that is the case, Gore singlehandedly set back those goals with a profanity-ladened tirade – as The Hill reports:

The model they innovated in that effort was transported whole cloth into the climate debate. And 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." Bulls–t! "It may be sun spots." Bulls–t! "It’s not getting warmer." Bulls–t!

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