“Friday Funny @Algore ‘Climate Reality Project’ – Too Stupid to Know the Difference Between CO2 and Water Vapor”

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{Note: as I have stated many times before, I am not a supporter of corporate-capitalism, nor do I believe we are taking care of the planet the way we should be. But I still don’t buy into the government’s and main-stream media’s “anthropogenic global warming” (AGW) hoax, since it has nothing to do with saving the planet, and everything to do with depopulating the earth of up to 90% of humanity. And the evidence for this hoax is everywhere. But the old left guard, in their stuck in the ’60s bullshit mindset, can’t see the fucking writing on the wall.

I care about the planet, but I care more about humanity, since I am a human being. Fix humanity first, and the issues with the planet will resolve themselves, “NATURALLY”.}

“Apparently people don’t like the truth, but I do like it; I like it because it upsets a lot of people. If you show them enough times that their arguments are bullshit, then maybe just once, one of them will say, ‘Oh! Wait a minute – I was wrong.’ I live for that happening. Rare, I assure you”
― Lemmy Kilmister

Friday Funny @Algore ‘Climate Reality Project’ – Too Stupid to Know the Difference Between CO2 and Water Vapor

Anthony Watts

People send me stuff. Today I got a “please send money” solicitation from multi-millionaire climate crusader Al Gore, who reportedly has increased his net worth north of $200 million since losing his Presidential bid in 2000.

You’d think with all that cash at his disposal, he could hire a proofreader before he starts making pitches for money. Here is what was sent with the subject “Science must trump politics”:

The cheesy subject line is of course, a jab at president-elect Trump. In the email, the Gorebots go on to tell us how terrible it is:

Let’s face it: we have a long, hard road ahead of us in 2017. A president-elect who has denied the reality of the climate crisis is about to move into the White House, and he has nominated a list of oil industry insiders to serve in key cabinet positions responsible for the nation’s public lands, environment, and even foreign policy.

But despite these circumstances, we still have hope. That’s because people like you are standing up every day to support common-sense solutions to the climate crisis.

-, please make a gift today. With your support, you’ll help us mobilize activists around the world to accelerate the shift to clean energy and ensure President-elect Donald Trump follows through with the US’ commitment to the Paris Agreement. And for the next two days, your tax-deductible contribution will have 3X the impact.

Our challenge is crystal clear – but so is our opportunity to build on the incredible progress the movement for climate solutions has made this year.

This is our chance to speak up and stand tall.

This is our time to make a difference and create a healthy, sustainable future for our planet.

Science must trump politics in 2017. You can help. Give now.

– Your friends at Climate Reality

I’ve redacted the links to donations, for obvious reasons. I had to chuckle at the claim of “incredible progress”. Yes, it is incredible, just not how they view it.

But what’s really funny is the picture Gore’s people used. Of course they had to put the obligatory evil power plant in the pitch for money, and usually, they pick a smokestack that has been photoshopped to have darker, more menacing smoke and invisible CO2.

Today, hilariously, they used cooling towers venting water vapor, not CO2. They don’t even mention CO2 in the pitch, as they seem to be all about fighting Trump instead. Despite searching, I have not been able to locate the source photo to determine what power plant that photo is from, but wouldn’t it be doubly funny if it turned out to be cooling towers at a nuclear power plant?

Source: Friday Funny @Algore ‘Climate Reality Project’ – too stupid to know the difference between CO2 and water vapor | Watts Up With That?


John Christy Climate Video


John Christy is the Alabama State Climatologist and a climate scientist with the University of Alabama. In 1991 he received the NASA Medal for Exceptional Scientific Achievement for his contribution to global temperature monitoring. In 1996 he received a special award from the American Meteorology Society.

One of the most interesting parts of the video is the Q&A section at the end of the video, as Christy answers questions and clarifies issues for intelligent students who have been fed a lot of nonsense about climate change.

“Why do you think there has been such an agreement in the scientific community towards one side of the debate? I’d like to think the scientific community accepts points according to the evidence”.

“What you see in terms of the consensus and so on are self selected groups. They for example the authors of the IPCC are selected by governments because of their views. Guess what they produce? The results you would expect. I’ve been a lead author myself and a reviewer, throwing at them, this would not stand up in court. What you’re claiming here in the IPCC would not stand up under cross examination, yet it goes through anyway”

The video can be found here:

John Christy Climate Video | Watts Up With That?