THE GORE EFFECT: GLOBAL WARMING PROTESTERS IN COLORADO MET WITH FREEZING TEMPS AND SNOW
This phenomenon is called the “Gore effect” — coined after a global warming rally held by former Vice President Al Gore in 2004 was met with frigid weather. A similar rally held by Gore in 2006 in Australia was also hit by cold weather.
by Geoffrey Grider
December 9, 2016
A GROUP OF GLOBAL WARMING ACTIVISTS PROTESTING OIL AND GAS DRILLING OUTSIDE THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR OFFICE IN COLORADO THURSDAY MORNING WERE MET WITH BITTER COLD WEATHER AND SNOW.
“There’s a sucker born every minute” – P.T. Barnum
EDITOR’S NOTE: I smile when people call me a ‘climate change denier’, why? Because the climate is always changing, it never stops changing. I don’t deny that. But I sure do deny the idea that it changes because of man made events and actions. But I also remember way back in the ancient days of 2005 when climate change was called global warming, and Al Gore predicted that New York City would be underwater by 2015. Well….(rolling my eyes)…that didn’t happen, but what did happen was Al Gore became a billionaire from using his former White House ties to sell “green living” to foreign countries frightened by his PowerPoint presentation. Somewhere, P.T. Barnum is laughing hysterically. At you.
About 10 “Keep It In The Ground” activists waved signs next to a busy road in the Denver area, calling for the Obama administration to stop issuing leases so companies can drill on public lands. Activists say drilling only exacerbates global warming.
The irony, however, is activists stood outside about 4 inches of snow with temperatures hovering in the 20s — in degrees Fahrenheit. The official low temperature was negative 10 degrees early Thursday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
CLIMATE CHANGE SCAM: AL GORE FALSE PREDICTIONS