Oh yeah, I forgot. This is on.

Shows you just how much he’s fallen off the radar, Gore’s harshest critic even forgot about it. I had to be reminded. From my Inbox today:

Climate Champion–

It’s finally here! 24 Hours of Reality: The Cost of Carbon is starting in a few minutes.

Click here to make sure you don’t miss a beat.

And don’t forget to take part in the largest-ever conversation on carbon pollution on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ with the hashtag #CostOfCarbon and by using the Cost of Carbon tool.

We’re looking forward to spending the next 24 hours talking about the solution that can change the course of our future with various experts, celebrities, scientists, and most of all, you.

Hope you’ll join us!

The Climate Reality Team

Watch, don’t watch, point and laugh, anything goes. Not many are paying attention, though I’m sure we’ll see the same sort of stats laundering we saw last year.

Readers are welcome to post some of the most ridiculous claims made in the CRP here.

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97 Responses to Oh yeah, I forgot. This is on.

  1. Honesty says:

    Gored! Say no more.

  2. Eve says:

    I’m sorry, A minute did me in.

  3. DJ says:

    What’s the carbon footprint/cost of “24 hours of reality”???

    Or are their servers windmill powered….. Wouldn’t want to give the ‘deniers’ any fodder to show the hypocrisy, now would we? :)

  4. Since I just watched the EPA carbon pollution video, I couldn’t stomach watching this – I lasted about 2 minutes of “the cost of carbon” which doesn’t really mean carbon at all, but carbon dioxide. If you are going to promote something Gore, at least call it by it’s real name. I’m getting sick of this ruse!

  5. Man Bearpig says:

    On a similar subject, when is fracking ok? WHen it’s used for carbon capture. Looks like they are plannning to suck the CO2 from the atmosphere and frack rocks for carbon capture.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-24624527

  6. Kurt in Switzerland says:

    I just clicked on a video showing displaced refugees in E. Africa, then areas which have experienced sea erosion in W. Africa. The tag suggests 19 Million + views.

    I wonder if this number is a real one or an invented one (and whether this WUWT post resulted in a boost).

    Kurt in Switzerland

  7. TomR,Worc,MA says:

    How many views will he get this year? Yawn.

  8. j ferguson says:

    Celebrities?

  9. Arkleseizure says:

    CRP?…. an ‘A’ missing somewhere methinks!.

  10. TinyCO2 says:

    Oh NOOOOO, I’ve already missed three and a half hours! Well I can’t watch it now, I hate starting a series part way through. I’ll wait and watch it when it comes out on DVD.

  11. Sunsettommy says:

    I long ago gave up on the flim flam man as he is too far gone mentally and rationally.

    Not worth my time anymore.

  12. A.D. Everard says:

    I love your attitude on this. :) I agree, and I can’t be bothered either. Hey, why give that clown any viewing numbers at all? Yeah, I know, it’s wise to keep an eye on the Beasts of Doomsday, but we don’t need all of us to do that.

    Wake me up if something interesting happens. Better still, I’ll read about it here, tomorrow, the next day, whenever.

  13. Lady Life Grows says:

    YOU’re Gore’s harshest critic? Well, you do have the world’s leading climate website, so you are serious indeed.

    I call Gore MASS MURDERER–can you top that? He kills because carbon dioxide, as plant and autotroph food, is the basis of ALL life on Earth. When carbon dioxide is sequestered underground, “the planet” (which means the biosphere) and “the environment” (which also means the biosphere in this context) can support less life. Al Gore is one of the most dangerous things there is to endangered species. They have to eat. Like everything else.

    He is also a mass murderer of human beings. All the shrieking about the sky falling led to the use of corn ethanol in cars, to reduce fossil use. That meant less food–and it was the price of food that sparked the “Arab Spring” riots which killed at least 10 000 Arabs. Riots are never about freedom–always about the price of food. There have probably been tens to hundreds of thousands of others who have starved to death–or been weakened by hunger and succumbed to other things as a direct result.

    Fighting energy has also crushed the poor in America and elsewhere, undoubtedly leading to deaths from heat stroke (no air conditioner) and freezing, even in America. World unemployment is seriously high now. That leads to family arguments, and that leads to murders. Crushing energy crushes business, and then they can’t hire people. It is not just death that Gore has caused, but a stupendous amount of suffering. One word for people like that is “monster.”
    There are many other words that you do not want on your website.

    Mass murderer. Monster. There now, Mr. Anthony Watts–can you top that?

  14. Kevin Hearle says:

    Switched it on, sound off, saw the rock band and turned it off

  15. SadButMadLad says:

    He’s very popular with the anti-fracking community. Not! I follow quite a few of them on Twitter and none of them have used the #CostOfCarbon hashtag.

  16. The Cost of Carbon = EPA fines and restrictions and their consequent privation.

  17. Janice Moore says:

    You go, L.L.G! #(:))

  18. Janice Moore says:

    Watch an Al Bore video. Are you kidding? LOL.

  19. Tonyb says:

    Latest news from the programme

    Levels of co2 in the atmosphere are now so high that any birds flying above 200 feet are instantly turned into coal and come crashing to the ground. Many cats killed.
    Tonyb

  20. Lady Life Grows says:

    Wow, I am the only skeptic commenting right now.

  21. Sailor says:

    I skipped the videos and went straight to the Cost of Carbon Tool. It turns out that here in London, UK we are at risk of flood, drought and wildfire. That can result in, among other dangers all presented with neat little icons: higher food prices, water scarcity, ecological damage and – most shockingly – loss of wildlife. Gosh, just the thought of losing all those poor rats, foxes and pigeons to flood or wildfire! The horror!

    Happily, there is no alarming icon of a human in flames, so I take it there is no need to panic.

  22. milodonharlani says:

    Lady Life Grows says:
    October 22, 2013 at 2:59 pm

    Re: Goring the wretched of the Earth.

    Biofuels kills kids in Latin America:

    http://www.openmarket.org/2013/01/08/guatemalan-children-starve-due-to-ethanol-mandates/

  23. M Simon says:

    CRP? They forgot the “A”.

  24. MJ says:

    Apple announces iPad Air on the same day. I wonder who the heck messed up that communication? Climate Reality can’t even get trending. And Big Al sits on the Apple board. #CLIMATEREALITYFAIL

  25. Mike Maguire says:

    The cost of carbon?

    2 different ways to measure and/ veiw that.

    1. The IEA said last year that $5 trillion is needed through 2020 to moderate temperature gains since industrialization to 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit), a UN target. That’s on top of a projected $19 trillion of spending by the energy industry in a business-as-usual scenario, and is equivalent to an extra $625 billion a year for eight years.

    http://www.businessweek.com/news/2013-10-21/global-climate-protection-finance-fell-1-percent-last-year-study-shows

    2. However, a new study by Craig Idso, a well known expert on the fertilization effect of CO2 finds:”The Social Benefit of Carbon: $3.5 Trillion in Agricultural Productivity”
    Posted by Roy Spencer:

    http://www.drroyspencer.com/2013/10/the-social-benefit-of-carbon-3-5-trillion-in-agricultural-productivity/

    http://www.co2science.org/education/reports/co2benefits/MonetaryBenefitsofRisingCO2onGlobalFoodProduction.pdf

    So, we have one side that advocates spending $24 trillion through just 2020 to address the projected outcome of global temperatures from global climate models that use equations that represent what climate scientist theorize are the physics in our atmosphere(even though they have been wrong for 15 years)

    Or, we can do nothing, save $24 trillion and reap trillions in benefits from crop yeilds and world food production that we know for certain will continue to occur because of the proven laws of photosynthesis and the profound contribution from CO2.

    There are countless men that did far less harm to the human race/planet than Al Gore has, that received life in prison or the death penalty for their crimes.
    Instead, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, an Emmy for his movie and hundreds of millions of dollars.

  26. pat says:

    Chatham House grooms Christiana for teary BBC appearance?

    22 Oct: BBC: Matt McGrath: UN climate chief’s tears over future generations
    The head of the UN body tasked with delivering a global climate treaty broke down in tears at a meeting in London as she spoke about the impact of global warming on coming generations.
    Christiana Figueres told the BBC that the lack of an agreement was “condemning future generations before they are even born”.
    Ms Figueres said this was “completely unfair and immoral”…
    Speaking to the BBC on the sidelines of a climate conference at Chatham House in London, Ms Figueres became tearful when she reflected on the impact that climate change might have on coming generations.
    “I’m committed to climate change because of future generations, it is not about us, right? We’re out of here,” she said…
    “We have a choice about it, that’s the point, we have a choice. If it were inevitable then so be it, but we have a choice to change the future we are going to give our children.” ….
    She said she was determined to avoid the mistakes that were made in the run up to Copenhagen in 2009, when expectations of a far reaching global compact faltered.
    “We are not going to have another Copenhagen – the leaders of the world are not just being brought in at the last minute, to face 300 pages of text that is completely impossible to digest…
    This year’s Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC will take place next month in Poland.
    Chasing pirates
    ***Some environmental campaigners are concerned that because of the country’s heavy dependence on coal, it is less committed to strong action on climate change.
    Critics took issue with comments on an official website for the conference that suggested there were many positives to the unprecedented melting of Arctic ice, including the opportunity to chase “pirates, terrorists and ecologists”…

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-24615946

    *** why not make Poland even poorer…makes sense.

  27. CRS, DrPH says:

    The Gore Effect is visiting Chicago, we’ve had snow!

    Gore is rapidly running out of rope….US carbon dioxide emissions dropped 3.8 percent in 2012, mostly from increased use of natural gas for power generation.

    http://news.yahoo.com/us-carbon-dioxide-emissions-drop-3-8-percent-141555854.html

  28. observa says:

    “Shows you just how much he’s fallen off the radar..”
    Poor chap fell from grace when he muddied the cry-oh-spherics blaming soot rather than sticking strictly to the CO2 script-

    http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2009/apr/28/black-carbon-emissions

    Blaming the dung and wood-burners, for much of ‘the problem’, was of course heresy for Western liberal progressive self-loathers.
    Mind you whipping up mass hysteria over a colourless odourless gas in our fizzy drinks is hard going, so naturally they always ‘wanna put a price on carbon pollution’. Gore was a bit stupid in not fully appreciating the finer nuances of the game. Nevertheless you have to give him credit for seizing all that green stuff he did as an early adopter of the gravy train.

  29. John F. Hultquist says:

    I’m here in central Washington State watching the wind not blow. A few more days of this and I may forget what real wind is.

  30. wws says:

    The name is so appropriate – Al Gore really is a Cost of Carbon Tool, isn’t he?

  31. Chuck L says:

    I really thought of watching it but decided to get a root canal, instead.

  32. Taphonomic says:

    I’d rather watch re-runs of the South Park episodes with ManBearPig, they reflect reality more than Gore.

  33. ChristoperPL says:

    Well, none of the videos put on Youtube so far have even hit 100 views yet. And I’m pretty sure, that over time, more people will watch a Youtube clip of a thing rather than a private stream.

  34. Gary Pearse says:

    Gore Blimey! He’s probably “staging” his project so he can sell another TV station to the Middle East. The 19 million hits on the news East Africans are moving away from an eroded coastline is a measure of the hyperbole to be expected. There isn’t a tenth that many that would even know there was such a happening. I’m sure he has engaged a re-election team of old to get the faithful to just give him a lot of hits. In the rating game, he’s competing with the World Series of Baseball, the NBA preseason play, the beginning of the NHL 13-14 season, the Real Housewives of New Jersey…….

  35. gbaikie says:

    “Wow, I am the only skeptic commenting right now.”

    It must be like beauty queen visiting a prison

  36. Eugene WR Gallun says:

    Preliminary lines for a poem — nothing is finished here. Some of these lines will just disappear and certainly more will be added. Sometimes writing a poem is just not straightforward.

    AL GORE — AMERICAN BLOVIATOR

    Forever, forever, its all Al Gore!
    Now, in the future and always before!
    Spinning himself with the words he can whirl
    The earth is his oyster, he is its pearl

    —-Carbon dioxide is filling the air!
    And there’s no escaping — IT’S EVERYWHERE!
    It’s up in the sky and under your bed!
    It’s deep in your lungs, comes out of your head!
    The polar caps melt from CO2’s heat!
    The seas will be rising twenty five feet!
    The ocean conveyor ceasing to flow!
    Where water goes stagnant algae will grow!
    A growth in plant life that carbon promotes!
    A Sargasso Sea that seamlessly floats!
    The teddy bears — wait! — the polar bears drown!
    As carbon goes up survival goes down!

    More lines need to be written and some discarded. The poem will end like this.

    Whatever Al says he fully believes
    First before others himself he deceives
    Then sure of THE TRUTH his dictums are hurled
    Like God, by The Word, creating the world

    Eugene WR Gallun

  37. Reg. Blank says:

    Just out of curiosity I had a quick look at it about 20 minutes in. I vaguely recall I saw that it had something like 17.5 million views (presumably the total number of views ever for the climate-reality ustream account–last year’s effort went up to 16.3 million when it finished so would have started from at least there). Prompted by Anthony’s post, I’ve had another look at it just now and they’ve disabled reporting of the viewing figures.

    I started some work last year analysing the viewing figures, but was eventually overcome by apathy (Gore etc. are so not worth the effort). I did manage to put together a couple of videos (click my name), basically showing the viewing figures magically increasing. The “two minute” version is quite amusing if you want to see implausibly increasing viewer counts, and you’re into that kind of thing.

  38. Txomin says:

    Strange. An honest discussion would be a hit.

  39. JohnWho says:

    M Simon says:
    October 22, 2013 at 3:11 pm
    CRP? They forgot the “A”.

    Uh, it was suggested in another thread that the “Big A” was Al!

    :)

  40. Mike Whaley says:

    This is so hard to watch. I have to turn it off. My blood pressure is going up.

  41. J S says:

    What is “dirty weather”?

  42. He mentions nothing about lighting his flatulence on fire, so he can count me out.

  43. philjourdan says:

    With apologies to Billy Madison:

    Mr. Gore, what you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.

  44. Paul Burtwistle says:

    I watched some of the stream from “24 hours of climate reality” this morning. To call it reality is fraudulent, its just more one sided, unrealistic arguments using cherry picked data. Much the same as we’ve seen from Gore and co for the last 20 years.

  45. Tom J says:

    Ok, I admit to actually having listened to their Climate Surreality (Salvador Dali still is with us) program which means that I have no social life this Tuesday evening. Seated between Al Gore and some other self important know-it-all was a young, blonde haired woman named Samantha. She described how she had lost her home due to Hurricane Sandy. And, of course, the implication was that global warming had something to do with this.

    Now, certain personal situations have encouraged me to investigate home prices in an upper middle class Western Chicago suburb. It’s a long story and has zip to do with an intended purchase. Anyway, what I noticed early on was, ‘Foreclosure Sale,’ attached to one home on the market. Shortly thereafter was another ‘Foreclosure Sale’ and another one. For a change of pace one home was for sale ‘Ahead of bank foreclosure.’

    I wonder what these home losses feel like to these families? Unlike a catastrophic loss where there’s likely to be insurance coverage, however inadequate it may or may not be, in a foreclosure there’s no insurance to cover that loss. And how many foreclosures will the brave new economies of global climate governance encourage? We all know, that the most significant part of the reduction in CO2 emissions in the industrial nations is the direct result of the drop in output due to the 2008 recession and the lackluster, piddling recovery that followed.

    For some reason, I have a strong suspicion that if we spent just a teensy bit of time searching we could discover a whole boatload of young, blonde foreclosettes to plant at that table between Mr. Take Your Tragedy and Run With It Gore, and Mr. Know-it-all. Of course that table wouldn’t be adequate. They’d then need a table far to big to fit in that studio.

  46. brothersmartmouth says:

    Just watched a little bit.
    Hair care products increase severe weather and pollute the waters and the air.
    Well, maybe just the last two.

  47. Chad Wozniak says:

    @Lady Life Grows –
    Makes the definition of Gore’s name (“bloody mess”) appropriate in his case, doesn’t it? Also – I should like his new initials, B.M.

  48. OssQss says:

    Anthony, replay?

  49. Paul Westhaver says:

    When you look at something, you change it, because you looked at it.

    So I won’t look.

  50. 4TimesAYear says:

    There’s no science being presented – it’s all fear-mongering – climate change is responsible for everything – including political problems. Nauseating.

  51. Steve Keohane says:

    Couldn’t bring myself to help their viewer count. All the word plays that came to mind have been done. Forcing my way through AIT just to see what was being said was more Gore than I want in my head. Nevermore.

  52. Rick Bradford says:

    October 22/23 is Gore’s Day.

    October 24 is World Tripe Day (true).

  53. Theo Goodwin says:

    Al Gore has no shame. After “Inconvenient Truth,” I could not watch anything by Gore.

  54. henrythethird says:

    With that big of a folowing, maybe Obama should have asked the inventor of the Internet to help with the rollout of the ObamaCare website.

  55. Janice Moore says:

    “I’d rather watch re-runs of the South Park episodes with ManBearPig” (Taphonomic at 4pm)

    Me, too (or Oss Qss’ great post of Inofe at 6:51pm — thanks OQ!).

    ************************
    Hey, Tom J, (re: 6:14pm) I think I know why you’re out in the snow looking at “comparables.” If I’m right, I am so sorry. Just in case (and God knows what it is, so I prayed He would apply the prayer per reality), I just prayed for you (and for your health, too). Hang in there. Take it one day at a time and know that a new, happier, chapter will begin. It’s just a matter of time. Take care, super-cool WUWT poster. (and in case I don’t get to say it closer to the day (I already attempted to after you had abandoned the thread a week or so ago) — HAPPY HALLOWEEN! — it IS a great holiday — so much fun). J.

  56. Janice Moore says:

    @ Henry III, (7:51pm) — lol, good one — and, I think they did… .

  57. David L. Hagen says:

    @AlGore @CraigIdso finds $9.8 trillion plant food #CO2Benefit by 2050 #CostOfCarbon #mitigation $>> #adaption Enjoy v.gd/gDPBrk

  58. Tom J says:

    Janice Moore
    October 22, 2013 at 7:57 pm

    Thanks. Actually I wasn’t looking at ‘comparables’ for anything other than property tax issues. Thanks for the concern though. And guess what; Al Gore’s not visiting this area so that’ll keep the snow away for a little bit. But it is coming.

  59. BradProp1 says:

    I’d have to be dead bored to be Gored

  60. Lady Life Grows says:

    Second listen–same recordings.
    Also same agreeing comments–they’re CANNED! Not real!

    And this time, I am not the only one telling the truth.

  61. Bob Diaz says:

    The good news is that I know I’ll have no problem falling asleep tonight.
    I’ll just turn on his channel and I’ll be sleeping in no time. ;-))

  62. john robertson says:

    Shall I tell Al and friends, that doom is coming soon?
    Our primeval myths talk of walking trees, OK I just made that up blame Tolkien, but if one was to dress up the fantasy that trees are currently immobile and speechless, in a hibernation state due to a shortage of CO2 in their air.
    And when the dark evil engines of modern civilization, bring atmospheric co2 levels up to, say 457.25 ppm, the trees will awake from this comatose state and go forth to destroy the works of man.
    Absolute rubbish, but I believe this doom scenario could be sold to the cult.
    A couple of science-cy reports in Nature, a few fearful AP reports and a new myth is of and running.
    Some official looking statements of killer plants in commercial greenhouses and the myth becomes a new truth of the anti humanists eco-cultists.

  63. RockyRoad says:

    Maybe, true to form, Gore got the techies to set the view counter to 17.501 million and they’re decrementing.

    He’s such a crafty old fool.

  64. Janice Moore says:

    Well — phew! — glad to hear that, Tom J. You men (head shake). “Personal issues” used cryptically has a completely different connotation for me. Hope all goes well. Thanks for taking the time to respond. J. Moore

    [The Mods remind you this "is" a non-sexist site! 8<) Mod.]

  65. Andy says:

    In other news I just bought a Jaguar V8 XJR. Picking it up next week. Screw you, climate wonks :)

  66. Janice Moore says:

    @ Andy Cool! And, congratulations, good for you.

    (can’t brag about a neat ride, but…. I, too, thumb my nose at the Envirostalinists: I drive a low-geared Chevy Suburban into which I put non-ethanol gas (get it from Cenex) AND which gets less than 15 miles to the gallon around town.

    —- and I accelerate sharply and drive FAST whenever I can. (That is, when I’m not behind some control freak like I was last Thursday evening — on the back of her stupid car were 3 bumper stickers: “Drive 25 (that’s 40km/hr!)” — “Buy organic” — forgot the third, I’m sure it was edifying).

    Bwah, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, haaaaaaaaaaaa!

    Doing my part to keep the planet green — literally.

  67. Olaf Koenders says:

    Lady Life Grows says:
    October 22, 2013 at 8:52 pm
    Second listen–same recordings.
    Also same agreeing comments–they’re CANNED! Not real

    Anthony, is there a way we can track this and his previous 24 hour blurbage with viewer comments and compare? Would make a great post.

  68. John F. Hultquist says:

    Rick Bradford says:
    October 22, 2013 at 7:21 pm

    “October 24 is World Tripe Day

    Now that’s funny!
    Tripe beats Gore any day.
    I’d rather eat tripe than lunch with Gore.
    Gore wouldn’t make good tripe.

  69. Surfer Dave says:

    The “Cost of Carbon Tool” is appalling. It lists ordinary cyclones that have hit Samoa and Australia as if they were somehow a result of “Carbon”. They list cyclone Ilui which hit Queensland in 2010 and they claim it killed one person. Aside from the fact that a single death seems not so severe, the death in fact was a teenage competitor in a surf life saving event held during the large swell generated by Ilui so I think it is pretty far fetched to attribute that death the “Carbon”! What a load of CR(a)P!

  70. Patrick says:

    “pat says:

    October 22, 2013 at 3:27 pm

    Christiana Figueres”

    This UN official has openly stated that the bush fires currently raging here in New South Wales, Australia, are linked to climate change. Her science qualifications in relation to climate change are? ZIP!

    Adam Bandt, Green MP, Victoria has blamed the fires on Abbotts plan to repeal the carbon tax.

  71. Blade says:

    Fifty is the new thirty ( or other variations ) and Carbon is the new Jew.

    It’s a Brave New World!

  72. Merovign says:

    I can’t help but think of some silicon-based sci-fi villain looking down and saying “Carbon-based lifeforms are polluting this planet!”

    It’s life.

  73. johanna says:

    Tom J, as Dave Barry would say, “Al and the Foreclosettes” would be a good name for a band.

  74. Felflames says:

    john robertson says:
    October 22, 2013 at 9:02 pm

    Shall I tell Al and friends, that doom is coming soon?
    Our primeval myths talk of walking trees, OK I just made that up blame Tolkien, but if one was to dress up the fantasy that trees are currently immobile and speechless, in a hibernation state due to a shortage of CO2 in their air.
    And when the dark evil engines of modern civilization, bring atmospheric co2 levels up to, say 457.25 ppm, the trees will awake from this comatose state and go forth to destroy the works of man.
    Absolute rubbish, but I believe this doom scenario could be sold to the cult.
    A couple of science-cy reports in Nature, a few fearful AP reports and a new myth is of and running.
    Some official looking statements of killer plants in commercial greenhouses and the myth becomes a new truth of the anti humanists eco-cultists.

    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    Hmm, sounds like a Triffid.

    The book was a classic, the movies, utter …

  75. Bob Tisdale says:

    Joe Romm gave it an honorable mention at ClimateProgress:

    http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2013/10/21/2808161/gore-divest-carbon-bubble/

    Curiously missing from SkepticalScience as far as I can see.

  76. Bruce Cobb says:

    J S says:
    October 22, 2013 at 5:11 pm

    What is “dirty weather”?

    It is when, in the near future, the countless lies of the climate liars and snake oil salesmen like Gore come home to roost, and the sh#t hits the fan. Don’t forget your umbrella.

  77. Ric Werme says:

    I’m amazed it falls to me to mention Al Gore was on Jimmy Kimmel last night to push the show. I thought of posting, but I forgot I’d be giving the west coast 3h10m warning. You didn’t miss much. Well, the stuff before Al was moderately entertaining.

    Al did stay it’s not too late to prevent the most dire consequences, so he’s still hoping you’ll donate to saving the world from demon carbon.

  78. Faye says:

    Al Gore was interviewed by ABC TV 7.30 Report tonight about the NSW bush fires being Climate Change related. He should be put in jail for his lies and propaganda. Since the fires started the ABC has relentlessly featured “the fires caused by Climate Change” every day. It is so obvious, it’s embarrassing. The only good thing is the majority of Australians are turning against the ABC which we, the taxpayers, fund. No effort is made to present the other side of the debate – their bias is juvenile. One of their prominent and biased hosts, Barry Cassidy of Insiders, is rumoured to lose his position on that show because of the number of complaints about him from the viewers/listeners/”shareholders”.

  79. Randle says:

    I see Yahoo Finance is flogging Al and his “reality” project. The finance page is the only Yahoo thing I look at, and it’s getting pretty liberal preachy – anybody have suggestions for a finance site with the basic financial info?

  80. jonnie 26 says:

    that gore link keeps crashing my browser ???? not going to bother

  81. John Whitman says:

    What are the odds on a bet that Obama stayed up all night watching the Gore-a-thon; zealously hanging on every doom and gloom moment? Also, what are the odds on a bet that he probably ordered his staff to watch it with him?

    Damaged goods are Gore and his three stooges; Hansen, Oreskes and Revkin.

    John

  82. wayne says:

    Why would anyone want to ever go to his site? Enlarge Gore’s ego past red-line? Let him transfer another million or two from the public into his pocket? I won’t give him even one DoubleClick.

  83. beng says:

    ***
    Watch, don’t watch, point and laugh, anything goes.
    ***

    Laugh about it, shout about it, when you’ve got to choose.
    Anyway you look at it, you lose.

    credit/Simon & Garfunkel

  84. johanna says:

    Faye – the ABC prefers bloated Al to firefighter Tony. Well, Tony won the election. They are still in the stage where they can’t quite believe that it has happened.

    I must say, putting pudgy Al on after the Suzuki debacle shows how desperate they are. What next, Michael Mann surfing at Bondi?

  85. Perry says:

    I have other interests including secular research in biblical archaeology.

    Reading an issue of Biblical Archaeology Review May-June 2011, I started the article titled “The Birth & Death of Biblical Minimalism”.

    In the mid-1980s the principal argument involved the dating of the final writing of the text of the Hebrew Bible. The minimalist school claimed then that it had been written only in the Hellenistic period, nearly 700 years after the time of David and Solomon, and that the Biblical descriptions were therefore purely literary.

    That position has fallen, however and the minimalists reacted in panic, described as “Paradigm-Collapse Trauma and manifesting itself in “literary compilations of groundless arguments masquerading as scientific writing, through footnotes, references and publication in professional journals”.

    Wow, thought I! Exactly the descriptions for Al Gore’s & Michael Mann’s situations. Self fulfilling prophecies, if ever I wanted examples. That’s all folks!

  86. According to the cost of carbon tool here in the hills of Mid Wales, on a Watershed (Cambrian Mountains) near the sources of the rivers Wye and Severn we are about to suffer from drought, flooding and landslides.
    Also the “24 hours of Reality” drivel in the background saying that the 1st world should look to Africa for solutions to CAGW. Wonder what they’re smoking?

  87. mwhite says:

    The cost of carbon????????????

    “World Is Spending $1 Billion Per Day To Tackle Global Warming”

    http://www.thegwpf.org/world-spending-1-billion-day-tackle-global-warming/

    “The world invested almost a billion dollars a day in limiting global warming last year, but the total figure – $359 billion – was slightly down on last year, and barely half the $700 billion per year that the World Economic Forum has said is needed to tackle climate change.”

  88. Janice Moore says:

    Dear Moderator and Anyone Whom I Offended,

    Please forgive me for my offending you by being sexist in my post at 9:47pm on 10/22. I’ll try to be more careful from now on.

    Not that it excuses me, but, sometimes I feel like this site is a little sexist at times by its allowing the posting by commenters of certain pejoratives about women and videos of scantily clad women weatherpersons and the like. I haven’t said anything and I’m not going to start saying anything when I see it in the future, but, it sure doesn’t make me, a female, feel welcome here. I would not have even brought this up, now, but for my (being a bit defensive, lol) being called out for sexism above.

    Anyway, this is a GREAT SITE. Thank you for moderating and for your care to make WUWT a place where all feel welcome.

    Gratefully (and apologetically) yours,

    Janice

  89. philjourdan says:

    @ Janice Moore says: October 23, 2013 at 2:11 pm

    I was not offended. I was amused. At times we have to laugh at ourselves, or die from being compulsively ill-humored.

    Please do not stop being you.

  90. Janice Moore says:

    Dear Monsieur Jourdan,

    Thank you. I needed some encouragement. I was really ashamed of myself. I felt like I did when I was sent out into the hall for telling my second grade teacher that I thought chanting “Ta, ta, tee, tee, ta” for a music lesson was “dumb.” I deserved to be reprimanded, but it was embarrassing.

    I’m so thankful that you (and, I think, most of the men on WUWT) have such a fine sense of humor.

    BTW, glad to see you posting again this week after being absent for awhile. Hope all is well.

    And, keep on being your wonderful self, too!

    Merci beaucoup,

    Janice

  91. Perry says:
    October 23, 2013 at 8:38 am

    That hypothesis was as crazy as CACA, since parts of the Old Testament have been found in Ugarit, written in cuneiform script.

  92. Janice Moore says:

    (further to mine of 10:36am today)

    P.S. And, despite what the site policy may say — Vive la difference!
    #(:))

  93. johanna says:

    Janice, +1.

    Freedom of expression includes the option of calling out misogynist jerks, even if they are Favourite Sons at WUWT. ; )

  94. Janice Moore says:

    Hey, Johanna! (high-five) You — go — girl! I read you. My general policy is ignore-and-avoid, but, lol, if I ever come across another one …. I will certainly do that ….. for the sake of truth and for the morale of us females. It will, of course, have ZERO impact on the jerk, as you no doubt are well aware.

    FYI — To anyone: there was no such “jerk” encountered on this particular thread.

  95. Lady Life Grows says:

    gbaikie says:
    October 22, 2013 at 4:27 pm
    [LifeGrows said]
    “Wow, I am the only skeptic commenting right now.”

    It must be like beauty queen visiting a prison

    Well, it turned out that I was the only live person commenting. I thought I was reading comments of a bunch of idiots and suckers, but they were ALL fake and part of the show. I was watching a movie and I thought it was live.

  96. Clarity2016 says:

    Al Gore is just racist against plants.

  97. Pamela Gray says:

    Apparently I missed something having to do with Al Gore?

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