It’s early November in Canada, and everywhere else too, and I’m writing this week’s round-up with my windows open enjoying a balmy 20C outside, yet only a week ago I had fired up my gas fueled, super-carbon-spewing snow blower. Remember that weather is not climate. Here ends this weeks PSA.
Before we start, let’s acknowledge the rumor that Al Gore might join an Obama cabinet. Al’s presence in an Obama administration is unlikely for a simple reason: you don’t need a Prophet if you already have the Messiah. You know it makes sense. Now, to business…
With the US election over, Al Gore is likely to head back into ‘climate crisis’ fortune-generation mode. Or is something else afoot? Go cast your vote now, you can vote more than once in a week, you’re not a soft lefty.
Al Gore loves kids, especially when he can indoctrinate them.
The Gore effect hit the UK at an inconvenient time.
Al Gore invented the Internet. And global warming.
Don’t forget to check out this week’s Gored But Not Forgotten.
Canadian ‘icon’ David Suzuki accuses some anti-wind power folks of being funded by big nuclear, because everyone but him has an agenda.
Suzuki has been getting the family out on the alarmist trail, daughter Severn is following her father’s totalitarian example:
while other daughter Sarika is toting around Europe with her aging hippy dad:
My fellow skeptic at Gore Lied is wondering if an Obama administration will regulate AGW denial/skepticism and make it a thing of the past. Considering the easy going acceptance of granola fascism, he might be right to worry.
The UN and other warming zealots are bubbling with excitement over the Obama win. But science isn’t political, that’s in your head.
Slim Pickens. California voters decide not to enrich a billionaire opportunist. He was already having a tough week.
The picture below has become a symbol of the alarmists:
Tom Nelson asks the tough questions.
Selling Arizona ocean-view properties is easy, selling these is hard.
Prince Charles is terrified, and not just because he saw Camilla naked.
Alarmist youth thinks the world will end. Of course, they’re right, it will end. But not this week.
Promoting global warming alarm, one little orange person at a time.
Eco-terrorists strike in New South Wales.
Green activists are sick people. Really.
Zombie JFK promotes Greenpeace.
Can anyone explain this paragon of lefty logic to me:
The media featured scary headlines about disappearing Arctic ice, but not one story about the rapid return of it this year.
The Messiah drops an F-bomb and admits global warming can’t be fixed with a light bulb. The President-elect may be forced to delay his global warming fight ‘until the economy improves’, which is always an option when fighting a hoax.
Global warming is hot air:
dastardly scientists with environmental and political motives manipulated long term scientific data to create in allusion [sic] of
rapid global warming.
The planet will not die of over-heating, but 30 years of cooling will be a bitch.
When agendas attack: Anthony Watts sees lefties in action, up close and personal.
Global warming muppet Jim Hanson doesn’t like what climate history showed. So he changed it. Problem solved.
Wind power can’t do what greens need it to do, provide enough power.
If you drive a Prius, you’re not reading this. But for people like me that like to point and laugh at Pious drivers, this is fun.
This week some scientists found proof that global warming is caused by man. Except they didn’t.
The Sydney Morning Herald panics.
Global warming anti-Gore James Inhofe was easily re-elected.
Obama’s election resurrects US climate policy?
Adapt or tax? You decide.
China demands 1% of GDP from the west to tackle climate change. Or what, they’ll put melamine in the milk?
A view on global warming from Canada Free Press.
The EU pushes back auto targets, because the problem is not real, not a crisis and can wait.
This week’s must-read; Dr. Tim Ball, revolutionary.
Selling global warming, because it’s a hoax and hoaxes don’t just sell themselves.
A new solar technology with ‘near-perfect absorption‘
Weird-looking LED lights, perhaps a better idea than the mercury-laden CFL’s.
That’s it for this week, enjoy your weekend.