The “climate change” sham keeps unraveling:
Speaking at the Copenhagen climate change summit, Mr Gore said new computer modelling suggests there is a 75 per cent chance of the entire polar ice cap melting during the summertime by 2014.
However, he faced embarrassment last night after Dr Wieslav Maslowski, the climatologist whose work the prediction was based on, refuted his claims.
Dr Maslowski, of the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, told The Times: Ã¢â‚¬Å“ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s unclear to me how this figure was arrived at. Ã¢â‚¬Å“I would never try to estimate likelihood at anything as exact as this.Ã¢â‚¬Â
The blunder follows the controversy over hacked emails from the University of East AngliaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Climate Research Unit, which sceptics claim suggest scientists manipulated data to strengthen their argument that global warming is man-made.
Gore’s downfall may have little to do with what the “deniers” are saying, but that he’s starting to destroy the scientific credibility of people who otherwise would be allies. Oddly enough, there are still “scientists” who seem to be unaware that what Gore & Company are trying to do has nothing to do with science.
This comes on the heels not only of the exposed emails, but of Obama’s Science Czar saying that ocean levels could rise 6 feet this century, while the administrator of NOAA told the same House Committee that ocean levels could rise 3.5 feet. The only consistency is that both claims contain the word “could.” Al Gore could lose 75 pounds in the next five years too, but it’s unlikely.
Obama obviously has several “Statistics I just pulled out of my ass” czars on the payroll.
I don’t think it’s possible to embarrass Al Gore — I mean, the guy worked for Bill Clinton for eight years for God’s sake — but somebody should ask him about this stuff while he’s at the climate summit.
Oh wait, some do try to ask him about it, but U.N. security is always at the ready to help protect the lucrative scheme from any heathen disbelievers:
The same reporter tried to question a Stanford professor at the climate change conference, and U.N. security put a stop to that as well:
In the meantime, climate change deniers are having heart attacks — a clear indication that we need to do something about man-made global warming.
Update: Weather forecast for the global warming summit: Heavy snow. Even God is mocking these fools.