Al Gore is getting ready to release his second try at a global warming hoax documentary and it couldn’t have come at a better time. Scientist have decided that we are cooling again.
Gore has become well known for his 35 lies that he told in his first documentary. In fact, the British would not allow the crap in their classrooms because 11 of the lies were so horrendous.
Gore screamed at us that by 2013 the Arctic Ice Cap would be gone. Somehow we must have saved it because it is still there.
Stephen Moore, senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation, recently wrote a piece entitled, The myth of ‘settled science’. It is spot on. I could not say it even close to better myself so I will shut up and let Mr. Moore speak:
National Geographic’s latest cover story has generated lots of attention because it sneers at those close-minded Americans — mostly conservatives, of course — who do not accept scientific “facts.” Only 40 percent of Americans (according to Pew Research Center) “accept that human activity is the dominant cause of global warming,” and the magazine finds it “dispiriting” that so many “reasonable people doubt science.”
National Geographic compares global warming doubters to those disbelieve NASA’s moon landing and those who think water fluoridation is an evil plot. How could so many dismiss “established science?”
Well, here’s one reason: The public has come to distrust government warnings and the scientific experts; they are often wrong.
Ironically, National Geographic’s sermon on settled science could have hardly come at a more inopportune time. In recent months, leading scientists have reversed themselves and have admitted their expert findings and advice were wrong on eating fat. After decades of telling us not to do so, we now learn that fat can be good for your diet and for weight loss. What we all thought to be true based on the expert testimonies, turned out to be precisely the opposite of the truth. Oops.
Forty years ago the experts warned of a coming ice age, now they are absolutely certain the earth is warming — and some of the same “experts” were onboard both scares. National Geographic even acknowledges this inconvenient fact, but it explains that this somehow actually helps make the case for global warming. If a scientific theory isn’t refutable — i.e., warming and cooling both prove climate change — then how is it science?
The magazine is incredulous that so many skeptics “believe that climate activists are using the threat of global warming to attack the free market and industrial society generally.”
Wait. Climate change activists are using the issue as a means of attacking free-market capitalism. This past summer major environmental groups gathered in Venezuela to solve leading environmental problems like global warming, concluding: “The structural causes of climate change are linked to the current capitalist hegemonic system.”
Read the rest of Stephen Moore’s article here.
How far does this hoax have to go before the world sees Al Gore as the snake oil salesman he really is?