Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Then and now. Or, how many times can Al Gore be wrong about global warming?

By Rob Janicki

Here's one from 2009.

New computer modeling suggests the Arctic Ocean may be nearly ice-free in summer as early as 2014, Al Gore said today at the U.N. climate conference in Copenhagen.

The former vice president said the new projections suggest an almost-vanished summer ice cap could disappear much earlier than foreseen by a U.S. government agency just eight months.

"It is hard to capture the astonishment that the experts in the science of ice felt when they saw this," Gore told reporters and other conference participants at a joint briefing with Scandinavian officials and scientists, his first appearance at the two-week session.

Fast forward to July 2015.

It's difficult to understand why anyone would pay any attention to Al Gore and his global warming pronouncements, given his many failures at prognosticating the imminent end of the world as we know it.

Global alarmists act on computer projections rather than hard data.  Their computer extrapolations of data are based upon computer input assumptions that more closely resemble their desired outcome rather than reasonable expectations based upon historical parameters.

For more on this Al Gore faux pas read more at Watts Up With That?

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