Gore Demands Civil Insurrection

“It is time for civil disobedience to prevent the construction of new coal plants that do not have carbon capture and sequestration,” said Gore today.

Al Gore now encourages law-breaking by our children, in America. Why?

That a winter more bitterly cold than last is forecast for much of the United States, does not matter to Al Gore. Winter blackouts should be a TREAT, right, Al?

Speaking of blackouts, I don’t remember any last summer. Which gives us some real perspective, be it from anecdotal information, which we now must rely on since scientific climate information has been discontinued in the United States by NASA and Al Gore.

Check this out: Disagreement with Gore’s AGW fairy tale now constitutes STOCK FRAUD, according to the legal expert Gore.

Read Gore Urges Civil Disobedience to Stop Coal Plants, via Newsmax

NEW YORK — Nobel Peace Prize winner and environmental crusader Al Gore urged young people on Wednesday to engage in civil disobedience to stop the construction of coal plants without the ability to store carbon.

The former U.S. vice president, whose climate change documentary “An Inconvenient Truth” won an Academy Award, told a philanthropic meeting in New York City that “the world has lost ground to the climate crisis.”

“If you’re a young person looking at the future of this planet and looking at what is being done right now, and not done, I believe we have reached the stage where it is time for civil disobedience to prevent the construction of new coal plants that do not have carbon capture and sequestration,” Gore told the Clinton Global Initiative gathering to loud applause.

“I believe for a carbon company to spend money convincing the stock-buying public that the risk from the global climate crisis is not that great represents a form of stock fraud because they are misrepresenting a material fact,” he said. “I hope these state attorney generals around the country will take some action on that.”

Read the rest here.


NASA: We’re No Climate Experts, But AGW Is REAL

“None of us here are experts on climate” quotes Anthony Watts, from NASA’s press conference on the state of the Sun, today.

In August, a few days ago, NASA’s story was different.

Was the ice age and lack of sunspots a coincidence? Or an insight to a causal relationship between sunspots and solar heating of Earth? Dr. Hathaway does not think there is a significant change in the sun’s energy output when sunspots are low. That percentage, he argues, would have very little impact on our planet today, which is already warming too rapidly from the greenhouse gases blanket that human industry has created over the past century.

David Hathaway, Ph.D., Solar Physics Team Leader,
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama

Quoted here

NASA are experts of convenience, apparently. When it is convenient for NASA to comment on climate, NASA speaks with profound authority and great clarity. Occasionally, it is not convenient.

Enhancement of low cloud formation is now regarded by NASA experts as “speculation,” since they are not experts today, except in the ability to identify speculation expertly.

Maybe tomorrow NASA will be climate experts again. In fact, I am certain of it.

Government In Contempt Of America

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This blossoming Earth could now be in jeopardy, for reasons both natural and man-made. According to a growing number of scientists, the period of global warming that we have experienced over the past few centuries as Earth climbed out of the Little Ice Age is about to end. The oceans, which have been releasing their vast store of carbon dioxide as the planet has warmed — CO2 is released from oceans as they warm and dissolves in them when they cool — will start to take the carbon dioxide back. With less heat and less carbon dioxide, the planet could become less hospitable and less green, especially in areas such as Canada’s Boreal forests, which have been major beneficiaries of the increase in GPP and NPP.

The “scientists” who forecast Global Warming have been absolutely, perfectly wrong! Today, we live in a veritable garden planet, which means a warm planet; although that sweet situation is perhaps now fleeting. Government has replaced science with utter lies, in its contempt for America.

Source: In Praise of CO2


Long Train of Abuses and Usurpations

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[Clarification: I advocate no illegal action, and no non-peaceful action, ever, or at any time.

Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

Computer Modeling For Your Cash

Famous government scientist James Hansen, starting at point 1, has forecasted point 2.

We are now at point 3.

If you have a LOT OF MONEY, like Teresa Heinz Kerry, perhaps you would like to incentivize government employee, progressive advocate, and political campaigner Hansen to forecast point 4 (not shown). Like it or not, you are doing the same, anyway.

Dividing the Hansen projected change, by the actual change, between 1988 and today, yields an error of just about 500 percent. But you check it.

Neither repeated violations of the Hatch Act, nor an error in climatic projections of 500 percent, seem to impede James Hansen.

Exploding energy costs, and exploding insurance costs, in the United States, are due to James Hansen, and his 500 percent error rate.

Perhaps a little impediment should be applied.

500 percent error

Chart (modified): Ordinary Eyeball: How did Hansen’s Predictions Do?

Democrat Climatology and Economics

1. Increasing the supply of oil will not reduce its price.
2. Photovoltaics work GREAT at night; A watt at night is just as cheap as a watt at noon, with photovoltaics. (When you need energy at night, you should REMEMBER the energy you had at noon).
3. Silicon has been unavailable to make photovoltaics and chips because of Bush and Cheney and Big Oil.
4. Higher transportation costs of food will help Americans lose weight.
5. Wind power is fine, in red states.
6. The oceans temperatures are insignificant if they are going down.
7. Cosmic rays are a Republican invention.
8. ANWR and Florida off-shore are exquisitely fragile ecosystems, because oil exists under them.
9. Antarctic ice is just about gone.
10. Chinese environmental practices are far advanced beyond American Big Oil and thus not threatening the exquisitely fragile ecosystem off-shore Florida localized above the oil.
11. Economic progress, if centrally planned, will revolutionize humanity (as it has before). This can be called “change.”
12. Temperature is insignificant if it is going down.
13. American oil companies have caused the high gasoline prices in the US and China.
14. Commodity markets have a rule that speculators only can purchase oil on margin; and not sell it on margin.
15. Speculators are unconcerned about the supply of oil increasing. They will only continue to drive prices up no matter how much supply is increased.
16. Comprehensive, central planning makes the best economy. Energy is only one example.
17. Democrats are good at planning oil production. See?
18. Prudhoe Bay’s exquisitely fragile ecosystem only looks healthy today.
19. The brilliance of ethanol from corn is a shining example of the benefits of comprehensive central planning.
20. Grain products cause obesity anyway.

Much more to come. Or add yours.

Massive Growth in Polar Ice – Arctic Ice

See the sturdy Russian icebreaker trapped in the Arctic Ice (Watt’s Up? file photo).

But wait, there is NO arctic ice, according to climate manipulators Al Gore, Jim Hansen, and their muppets. How does this compute for you?

H/T: The venerable Watt’s Up?

Watt\'s Up File Photo

The irony leaves us cold

Special to The Globe and Mail

May 24, 2008

. . . By days five and six, the tension is rising. The situation is getting serious. Many of us have deadlines and other commitments. The ship’s bar does a brisk business.

Then, on the seventh day, just as quickly as the ice had come in at 3 a.m. a week earlier, our captor sets us free. The engines are turned on and soon we are racing to make up time.

The ice master was right: This waterway may look like an easily navigable shortcut across the top of the globe, but we are not in charge of the itinerary. This is still an unpredictable passage.


Now, why would anyone consider this a “passage?”