What has been dubbed the Groundhog Day Blizzard has caused Al Gore to poke his head out of his massive carbon-generating mansion in Nashville, Tenn., to blame the 2,000-mile storm on our alleged obsession with fossil fuels.
Sorry, Al, but in Chicago the solar panels were buried under upward of two feet of snow as citizens cranked up those polluting snow blowers, a scene repeated in much of the country. In the middle of blowing snow, blowing smoke does not help. Get our drift?
The ClimateGate scandal was a direct result of scientists — and we use the term loosely — at Britain’s Climate Research Unit and others, such as Michael Mann, conspiring to manipulate data to “hide the decline” in global temperatures.
Some Himalayan glaciers are in fact advancing, and a report by scientists from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the University of Potsdam said there was “no uniform response of Himalayan glaciers to climate change” and highlighted “the importance of debris cover for understanding glacier retreat.”
People such as Gore, who used to moan about “global warming” but are now faced with a demonstrably cooling earth, have begun talking instead about “climate change,” which covers just about everything under our quiet sun.
Too much snow, too little snow, floods and droughts, all caused by global warming, er, climate change. Al Gore and friends have been doing a lot of shoveling, but it hasn’t been the white stuff.
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