Gore Offers To Work With Trump On Climate

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach

Man, there is just no end to Gore’s hubris. From his website, which I’ll pass on linking to for obvious reasons …

Last night President-elect Trump said he wanted to be a president for all Americans. In that spirit, I hope that he will work with the overwhelming majority of us who believe that the climate crisis is the greatest threat we face as a nation.

I wish him well in these efforts and intend to do everything I can to work with him and his administration to ensure that our nation remains a leader in the global effort to meet this challenge. Moreover, there is reason to believe that it is not naive or Pollyannaish to hope for more than what we fear.

al-gore

Despite his generous offer, I don’t think the White House will be calling him soon …

w.

 

 

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snopercod

It scares the hell out of me when I think of how close this fool came to being our President.

ЯΞ√ΩLUT↑☼N

Maybe he needs to make another fake experiment to validate his position. What a hoot.

Steve R

I loved watching them take that experiment apart! I’m going to go reread the whole thread for old times sake.

Somehow it doesn’t feel like we dodged the bullet by getting eight years of Obama

Jeremy

Gore isn’t a fool, he knows he has no chance in the private sector, just like the Clintons, which is why they rely on international graft.

JEM

What was the line?
Ah, yes.
“Sod off, swampy”

TG

Gore off!

Bryan A

Perhaps he could be.offered the post of ambassador to cell block D

noaaprogrammer

EEgore the donkey – depressed again. Hee Haww Hee Haww

Horace Jason Oxboggle

Yes, the climate was conforming splendidly until we started using fossil fuels! Now, we have TE-PAOCC! (The Ever-Present Absence of Climate Conformity).

Latitude

Too funny….all of their scams are unraveling….and now they want to “reach across the aisle”
…if they had won..they would be shoving it down our throats

Mongoose

Makes me think of a couple of Obama quotes in 2008,
like “The Republicans can ride the bus but they will have to sit in the back”, and “I won”.
.
Wonder if they are happy with “A pen and a Phone”, E.O.’s, and bypassing congress now?

Ross King

That’s the best joke of the day, if not year, if not Century to date

Greg

No, it’s not a joke. These pricks just can’t help lying, it’s a pathological condition.

I hope that he will work with the overwhelming majority of us who believe that the climate crisis is the greatest threat we face as a nation.

Hey bud, the “overwhelming majority ” just voted for a candidate who said he’s sick of hearing about this BS. Which part of that message are you having trouble understanding.
Like Mickey Mann said : it’s “game over”.

afonzarelli

Greg, i think you’ve nailed it… i think that it was the never ending sickness of these scoundrels that has propelled trump into the whitehouse in the first place. People are tired of this kind of crap so they voted the scoundrels out. NOW (and this is important here…), they are going to kick and scream for the next four years to the point where the electorate will again get so sick of them that they vote the scoundrels back IN! i think that this happened in no small part in ’08 after years and years of sliming bush. People tired of the nonsense and said in effect “give the babies what they want ’cause we’re tired of listening to them scream”. The electorate is fickle. And it doesn’t take much to manipulate them. (especially these days when demographics are stacked as such to make the slightest political winds blow the whole republican house of cards down) This should be an interesting cycle to watch. Trump’s an unique fellow. If there’s anybody out there that can confound those scoundrels (like gore), it whould have to be trump…

Gerry, England

Greg, it is not the vote but all the polls that show the overwhelming majority of us worldwide don’t give a ratsass about climate change.
Hang on, perhaps it is us not understanding that he means the leftish elite overwhelmingly believe in it not us inconsequential little people. Shame on us for thinking above our station.

Menicholas

In two years, 25 Democrat senators are up for re-election.
Things will have turned around very dramatically by then, and the Rs will have a whole bunch more seats in the senate and house.

@Gerry, England…I think you’ve hit the nail on the head. I recall reading once a History of the hundred years war where the author quoted from contemporary sources reporting on one battle or another resulting in the loss of 80 “men of substance” and the actual casualty toll numbering in thousands. That’s sort of the way our elitists think about the “green war”

Can he possibly have meant by “us” something like “The Real People (not those deplorable scum)”? Do you get the impression that most humans aren’t quite real to him?

Ross King

Wait!! DiCaprio will be insinuating himself into the proceedings in the next few hours.
They know best, of course, and represent the majority of Americans, of course.

lower case fred

He represents the majority of the minority that agrees with him.

I don’t think Gore’s head can take Trump’s response.

Oy Vey………… what chutzpah

Ross King

Michael-the-Mannipulator will be next-up offering his services!
These guys are now *desperate*!
What schadenfreude sublime!!!

Dems B. Dcvrs

They are both are desperate.
Gore to protect his profitable ShamWow Go Green Investments and Carbon Tax Trading.
Mann to protect his freeloading ride on government gravy train.

Horace Jason Oxboggle

Along with Leo Di Sanctimonio!

Bloke down the pub

I wonder if Lenny de Goat will be offering his services for the film story of Trump’s presidential victory?

Ross King

Horace:
“Leo di Sanctimonio”? Love it!

Cube

Di Sanctimonio – perfect! Brilliant!

phaedo

Having endured several of Leonardo DiCrapio’s performances I can understand his position on environmental matters, he has definite similitude with trees.

auto

Horace J
Apologies, as I am a little off the pace with Sanctimonious Pseuds of our house of planets.
I know Mann. Of course. Of blooming course.
There appear to be rather a lot of SPs, especially this week . . . .
My good lady indicates that the Leo you reference may be an actor, practised, and likely very competent, at speaking other people’s words – just as if he understands them.
Please, if I have goofed here [and I have goofed before in public], do correct me – thanks in ADVANCE for your guidance.
Auto
Ohhh – you all know I am – and half a billion others, including many (very many) commenters here, are – a co-Nobel Laureate, being then [although not for very much longer!!!] a citizen-prisoner of the EU, when the EU won a Nobel prize for – IIRC – drawing a straight line.
Or was it showering nearly every day for a week?
Putting half of Club Med out of work?
Doubtless something very worthy.
Next year Queen Elizabeth II and Mrs May [PM] may well welcome Madame La Presidente Marine Le Pen of our neighbour and co-half-decent defence-budget country, France.
PS – Angela M. [per German privacy laws] – please do look at my previous sentence, please.

Rhoda R

Gore just wants to be in the news again.

A new example of chutzpah!

joelobryan

5 stages of grief.
Everyone progresses through them at their own pace.
Algore is at “bargaining.”

Tucci78

Algore is at “bargaining.”

I’m waiting for him to attain “seppuku.” I’ve got the corn ready to stuff into the microwave.

Hot under the collar

“Algore is at bargaining”
No, in the 5 stages of grief I’m certain Gore is in the ‘Denial’ phase and unlikely to move to any other stage!

Hot under the collar

Maybe he needs counselling like some of the EPA staff!
http://www.eenews.net/stories/1060045642

RockyRoad

They say science progresses one funeral at a time. The same goes for political systems that appeal to religion to foist control over the masses using a meme that has no basis in fact.
May Al Gore rest in peace.

joelobryan
rogerknights

Here’s a post-election headline I just thought up:
Shock and Owww!

Eugene WR Gallun

rogerknights — Shock and Owww! — Too funny!!!! — Eugene WR Gallun

afonzarelli

Hopefully the left will stay stoned for the next 8 years ’cause it’s a lot better than listening to them scream for 8 years…

joelobryan

But #4 depression could last for a VERY long time.

RobbertBobbertGDQ

Forrest
Mr Al Gore should be, accorded the same respect and consideration by The New Administration that the previous Climate Administration has given to Mr Fred Singer, Mr Roy Spencer, Ms Judith Curry and Mr Willie Soon.
Unlike Mr Gore all the above can accurately state to be qualified and real world experienced Scientists.

Ross King

I’m no expert in the Carbon-credits scam, but I sincerely hope the egregious, self-serving Gore gets his come-uppance from it’s collapse.

Carl Yee

A 10 lb bag of briquets is worth a bunch more than a ton of CO2

Dems B. Dcvrs

“Comeuppance” may be more than collapse. Possibility in future of Federal Agents looking into Massive Fraud using RICO.

Brad Keyes

>>Gore Offers To Work With Trump On Climate
Nice of him to offer, but I’m not holding my breath. The last time Gore did any “work” in his life it was for Big Tobacco.

Brad Keyes

Speaking of work, my link didn’t, sorry.
The last time Gore did any “work” in his life it was for Big Tobacco.

Hugs

Nice little hypocrite.

Jf

Gore blimey, didn’t see that one

Annie

+1000

FiL

Ban this guy totally. He has caused enough of trouble.

D. J. Hawkins

“Hubris, thy name is Gore.”

Perhaps dear Al could stand in as a tide gauge to alert us to the rapidly rising seas. I know some will be disappointed with the less than dramatic outcome of damp socks only but I don’t wish him any harm, just an education.

Felflames

Damn, I thought you were going to concrete him in place so we could get accurate readings.
/disapointed

Reed Coray

I think having big Al “stand in” as a tide gauge is a bad idea. The “Observer Effect”, which according to Wikipedia “refers to changes that the act of observation will make on a phenomenon being observed”, will definitely come into play. When big Al wades into the ocean, his presence will affect tide measurements.

Greg

Yeah, they should cement him into the shoreline somewhere and give him a GPS, then say : hey Al, give us a call when it gets up to your knees and we’ll come and take you out and make you president , OK?

No actually, because Algor has no gravity of his own.

mikewaite

That idea has already been done. The british sculptor Antony Gormley has placed full size naked statues of himself on a beach near Liverpool . When the tide comes in , only the heads are visible I believe .
It is either an exercise in self aggrandisement or a test of global warming. I do not know if the taxpayers of Liverpool paid for the installation but if they did they must have got the money back by now because it quite a tourist attraction.

Alba

The Gormley statues are on Crosby Beach. As Crosby Beach is in the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton, not Liverpool, I don’t see why the good citizens of Liverpool should have paid towards their installation but knowing the generosity of Liverpudlians you never know.

afonzarelli

OR… maybe trump could make him the u.s. ambassador of antarctica!

afonzarelli

(and make him wear a tux all the time to make the penguins feel happy…)

Mickey Reno

If we’re lucky, while he’s in Antarctica, ManBearPig (the original, aka Al Gore, not our ironic WUWT ManBearPig) will be dragged off by an amorous Yeti and live happily ever after in an ice cave, never to be heard from again.

Barbara Skolaut

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Good one, Al. 😀
Oh, wait – he was serious?

Lolz

Tony

Trump is the world’s greatest threat to Gore’s mega-income.

Steve in SC

There is indeed a place for algore in monitoring the climate.
He needs to go to Adak Alaska for a 2 year monitoring of the climate.
at his own expense.

JohnKnight

. . and to help any polar bears that might still be clinging to life, Steve . ..

joelobryan

Steve of SC,
why do you hate the good people of Adak to curse them with the AlGoreEffect?

Hivemind

Antarctica, to take direct measurements.

Isn’t being in Antarctica trouble enough without wishing him on the people there?

Shinku

… He will sit into that thermometer and cook that temps. All the way up.

It will read a constant 37.9 C.

Iain Russell

It has to be a wind up. Someone is having a lend of both Gore and Trump, surely?

“Pollyannaish … ” Did he really say that? He is unreasonably or illogically pessimistic, not unreasonably or illogically optimistic. Or maybe he’s optimistic that further ill-gotten gains will come his way …
Let’s hope if a meeting takes place someone with a camera catches the body language.

Willis Eschenbach

Martin Clark November 11, 2016 at 6:57 pm

“Pollyannaish … ” Did he really say that?

I found that whole statement most peculiar, viz:

Moreover, there is reason to believe that it is not naive or Pollyannaish to hope for more than what we fear.

So it’s reasonable to “hope for more than what we fear”? Say what?
So if I fear I might lose my job, it’s reasonable to hope I might not get canned? Set the bar low much? If I understand that the way it’s written, it’s as dumb as a bag of ball bearings.
w.

Barbara Skolaut

“it’s as dumb as a bag of ball bearings”
I dunno – ball bearings are at lease useful.

Rhoda R

Consider the source.

rw

I think he was trying to be Churchillesq, and all he ended up being was esq.

TA

Is Gore still around?
Just think, he almost became president. We escaped another disaster back then, like the one we just escaped last tuesday.

Ian W

Is Gore still around?
Yes he’s almost spherical

.5mt

Icwutudidthar

Yea they announced he would campaign for Clinton on national TV before they realized he had been involved in an incident with police involvement in Portland, Oregon trying to do “inappropriate” things with a masseuse he’d called to his hotel room. I don’t think he actually did any campaigning.

Kamikazedave

Maybe Gore would be willing to put his convictions against Myron Ebell in a public forum. If Al can get past Myron with any vestige of credibility, maybe Don would be willing to talk to him.

Leo Smith

Convictions? I wasn’t aware he has a criminal record?

SMC

See definition 2.
con·vic·tion
kənˈvikSH(ə)n/
noun: conviction; plural noun: convictions
1. a formal declaration that someone is guilty of a criminal offense, made by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law. “she had a previous conviction for a similar offense”
synonyms: declaration of guilt, sentence, judgment “his conviction for murder”
antonyms: acquittal
2. a firmly held belief or opinion. “his conviction that the death was no accident”
synonyms: belief, opinion, view, thought, persuasion, idea, position, stance, article of faith
“his political convictions”

Cube

Oh SMC, I’m betting that was some of that pesky sarcasm. You know, “/sarc” and all. A joke. Ha ha.

SMC

Cube, you’re probably right. Just double tapping to make sure.

Marnof

I’m sure he could be hired to run a snow-blower around the White House. That would be very helpful.

Barbara Skolaut

Considering the Gore Effect, if Gore’s in D.C., they’ll need a lot of snowblowers.

Give him a push snowblower(like a push lawnmower), He musn’t be seen using fossil fuels.

troe

Very nice. Maybe we can set up a call for him with climate criminal Ebell.

joelobryan

I suspect Mr. Ebell going to be too busy running Al Gore’s climate legacy through the cross-cut shredder.

Don’t think the Al Gore Warmists will surrender so easily .
After all , Hillary actually won the popular vote .

Felflames

Have they counted the military vote yet?
Or discounted the dead vote?

noaaprogrammer

Don’t forget the felon vote too.

Hillary actually won the popular vote
=================
hillary won 20 states, trump won 30, in the United States of America.
in many respects the founding fathers got this right, because it prevents one or two big states like California and New York from imposing their choice on the rest of the country. to win the presidency a candidate must appeal broadly across the states.

joelobryan

furthermore for consideration,
the electoral college rules dictates who candidates run their campaigns and who they spend their message time on.
if the constitution spelled out a popular vote winner take-all, the candidate’s campaign strategy both bith parties would wildly different.
So given the system and rules as they are (not what the Liberals wish they were ex post facto), the plurality vote argument is meaningless.

joelobryan

“how” candidates run the campaign, not “who”. It’s been a long week. A good week. Hallelujah! Semper Fi! HooYaaahh!

Ian Macdonald

The problem with regional tallies is that they may completely suppress the voice of a party which has uniform support over all regions. It promotes the success of parties which have just over 50% of the vote in more than 50% of the regions, but it also works against parties with 100% of the vote in less than 50% of the regions. Thus it gives rise to nonsensical outcomes where a minority party may be granted power.
We have that situation in the UK where UKIP have almost no parliamentary representation owing to the evenly distributed nature of their support across regions. If it was based on national voting they would be the main opposition party.

TA

“hillary won 20 states, trump won 30, in the United States of America.”
It’s always good when things are put in proper perspective.

EJ

+++ 1000

Crispin in Waterloo

Bob, do you have a source for that which includes the late counts?
Thanks.

joelobryan

Crispy,
NYTimes is still the best data on this.
http://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/president?action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=span-abc-region&region=span-abc-region&WT.nav=span-abc-region
Hillary has an approx. 588,000 vote lead (60.8M Hillary, 60.22M for Trump) with today’s latest numbers from the states.
That is out of about 130,000,000 votes cast for all Presidential candidates.
Trump has sealed the deal with 306 EVs. Even if a few Electoral College voters flipped, Trump is safely across the line.

Phil R

Mainly in two states (one on east coast and one on west coast). That was the purpose of the electoral college in the first place.

TA

Yeah, and you have to wonder how many voters on the Left Coast were illegal aliens. I would bet that’s a large number. Maybe more than 588,000.

Menicholas

There are 100,000 voting precincts across the US.
In some, there was likely only a few illegal votes, but in others, we can be quite certain the number was very high.
Do the math.
The fix was in, and that is why the losing side was so confident.
They just misunderestimated the amount they would lose by.
The rules are the rules…and they are what they are for very good reasons, not the least of which is we are a country of 50 individual states.
As has been pointed out, if the rules were different, the game would have been played differently.
We do not score football games by how many yards a team got in the game, or baseball by how many hits a team had.
Both sides strategized and organized their campaigns according to the rules of the contest…saying Hillary would have won is pure sophistry…a fake, untrue, and completely invalid argument.

@TA Some reports say there were as many as 1 million illegal voters in California alone.

MarkG

Clinton’s problem is that the states where the Democrats can most easily commit electoral fraud were the ones where she was going to win anyway.

Arbeegee

I don’t get this popular vote thing. If popular vote counted for anything at all, clearly Republican electoral resources could and would have been allocated as necessary to maximize those numbers. Obviously the campaign requires resources be directed towards the Electoral College numbers. Needlessly bolstering popular vote totals would be a wasteful exercise in irrelevant egotism. IMHO, of course.

TA

Trump did make a few campaign stops in California, and even claimed he might win California. He said that about New York, too. Neither happened, but I would bet he got more votes than Romney did in those places.

Arbeegee

So then the question becomes, do you return to California yet again for the certainty that doing so would increase your popular vote given the enormous population base, or instead take that day to campaign where the likelihood is that your efforts would be rewarded with an increase in collegiate total at the expense of popular vote? Which contest is he supposed to be fighting here?

Dahlquist

@Arbeegee… I think Trump went to California to help out with some of the Congressional campaigns there. “Riding his coattails” as they say, to their possible victories.

Arbeegee

@Dahlquist. Don’t disagree at all. But taking that further, the more he worked at those visits, the more his popular vote would rise. He could easily have made a decision to continue such visits and raise his popular vote, but given that being first with the popular vote is not relevant to election night success, why would anyone want to do that? If popular vote mattered, I’m sure he would have changed his tactics to accomplish that. I’m not sure how else to express that point.

Harry Passfield

Hillary actually won the popular vote

From where I’m sitting, and with what I have read, Hillary also won the unpopular vote.

Cube

+1

Menicholas

Not once you subtract out all the ballot box stuffing and illegal voting.
Trump won handily.

Barbara Skolaut

Yes. He won by not only more than the margin of error, but by more than the margin of fraud.
And that ‘s killing the ‘Rats.

Bryan

George Soros is paying for demonstrations against Trump Presidency.
George Soros is the multi billionaire hedge fund owner.
Hedge funds only make money when the economy is forced into crisis mode.
He became famous 20 years ago by driving the British Pound into devaluation.

why is it that folks like Gore and DiCaprio, with huge carbon footprints, jet around the world telling the rest of us to cut our carbon footprint? It reminds me of the glutton at the dinner table, that tells everyone to take a smaller piece of pie, so they can take a bigger piece. and of course the glutton will have lots of reasons why you should do what they say – take less to save the starving, the poor, the children, your waistline – but it all comes down to you taking less so they can take more.
personally I pledge to have a carbon footprint no larger than Gore or DiCaprio or Obama or the Pope. How can anyone be expected to do more than match the shining example of these great men. I should be in line for a at least a nobel prize or sainthood, if history is a guide.

Mario Lento

Ferdberple:
I am going to post this line in Facebook… with your permission.
personally I pledge to have a carbon footprint no larger than Gore or DiCaprio or Obama or the Pope. How can anyone be expected to do more than match the shining example of these great men. I should be in line for a at least a nobel prize or sainthood, if history is a guide.

Ian Macdonald

Looking at the size of that boat they’re using, I have a smaller carbon footprint than Greenpeace.

Me Too! The best line I have heard in a long time.

Ferd, I am going to use that as well in discussions ( well ok arguments and rants), with your permission . It is a great comment!

Ian, you’ll have a smaller TPC footprint as well.

JohnWho

“overwhelming majority”
and he kept a straight face?

Retired_Engineer_Jim

Yes, he actually said “… the overwhelming majority of us who believe that the climate crisis is the greatest threat we face as a nation.” Yet the last couple years, the Pew survey has shown that people put climate change pretty much at the bottom of the list of things that concern them. Also, there was the survey that asked people how much they would pay to fight climate change, and an “overwhelming majority” didn’t appear to be interested in parting with any of their cash for this noble cause. But, then, we shouldn’t set too much store by surveys, should we?

Greg

He’s in denial, the poor chap. The overwhelming majority just voted for a candidate who said he is tired of hearing this BS. It does not get much clearer than that.

joelobryan

Gore is like the crack dealer who gets hooked on his own product, then loses his mind.
He’s told that lie so many times to others, he believes it himself despite the clear polling data otherwise. And everyone in his circle of friends and the elitist parties he attends thinks like he does, classic GroupThink.

John Harmsworth

What Big Al means is the over whelming majority of the people who matter. Actors, celebrities, Leftists and Californians.

Analitik

The “us” Gore speaks of is the District of Columbia (where Hillary cornered more than 90% of the vote). Al doesn’t care about the states.

tony mcleod

Lovely Willis, got the choir in tune.

gnomish

watch out for gore- he grabs women by the kundalini

ozspeaksup

sexpoodle wasn’t it?
guffaws loudly;-)

SMC

Do-Re-Mi-Fa-So-La-Ti-Do

Bruce Cobb

Coming from the side with the giant world-wide church, warehouses full of bibles and hymnals, hordes of preachers and followers, and tractor-trailor loads of money, that’s a laugh riot.

Duncan

The only person I vilify worse than Gore, is Leonardo Dicaprio and I am not sure why? Possibly one is serving himself, the other serving his ego, the only explanation I can think of.

TA

DiCaprio is a True Believer. Gore is a True Believer, but he is a greedy True Believer. Of the two, I think Gore is the conniver. DiCaprio is just sadly misinformed and gullible.
Those on the Left (not all) have a mental problem: Their minds are easily influenced by the most bizarre ideas. They are gullible, credulous, and particularly prone to believing Leftwing conspiracy theories.
You tell one of them the Kock brothers are the focus of evil in the modern world, and they will truly believe the Kock brothers are the devil, no evidence of such needed, just the charge is enough for their minds. The concept is incorporated into their being from then on.
Look at some of these supposedly sophisticated, intelligent tv reporters and commentators actually bursting out in tears on the air, and expressing grave fears about the future because Trump is the next president.
They really are afraid. They have no reason to fear for the future of the country in Trump’s hands, but they don’t seem to understand that. They have let their fears carry them away from reality.
The Left lives in Bizzarro World, while thinking they are living in the real world. Very many of them are completely divorced from reality. I guess that would qualify as being insane.

TA,, you mentioned :” Look at some of these supposedly sophisticated, intelligent tv reporters and commentators actually bursting out in tears on the air, and expressing grave fears about the future because Trump is the next president.
I could not believe my eyes at the reactions of some of these ” Adults” it incredulous. Never in my mind would I have anticipated those scenarios. I almost felt sorry for them but then I just had to stop for a bout of deep belly laughter With actual tears in my eyes! It was priceless. The one thing though is that more than likely these tears are going to turn into vicious attacks on Trump for “The Hurt” he put on them.

Mike the Morlock

I keep trying to point this out Many absentee ballot are only counted if the margin is low. Thus people like the Military who tend to be pro Trump will only be counted in a dispute. Many states don’t bother because it would not change state results, but in total inclusive of all states it could change the national total
http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/11/hillary_wins_the_popular_vote__not_.html
michael

What an opportunity!
Trump should not only invite him, but ask that he bring Bill Nye as well. Televise it. When they arrive, play the experiment that Nye set up for Gore’s TV special, followed by Anth_ny’s analysis of it showing it was a fake. When it is done, Trump can say WTF?! and could you please explain your deception to the cameras….
Not that I belong in such company, but I’d be happy to come along and explain how it was that I knew it was faked based on the physics and was confident enough to offer a wager in regard to the results. Perhaps R. Gates might be invited also that I may remind him of his wager with me and his failure to make good.

For those of you who weren’t hanging around, here’s the thread debunking Nye’s on air experiment on Gore’s TV marathon:
https://wattsupwiththat.com/climate-fail-files/gore-and-bill-nye-fail-at-doing-a-simple-co2-experiment/
If Gore wants to stick his nose back into the debate with Trump, by all means, begin with having him explain this little mess. Well worth the read/watch as it sums up how willing those two are to falsify results in order to fit their narrative. Not only did they fake the results, they got the GHE horridly wrong.

higley7

Gore probably refuses to acknowledge how low on the concern list climate change is. Or, as the swindler he is, he has to continue the scam until the end, taking advantage of every opportunity to wheedle his needs into the agenda. If CO2’s endangerment evaluation is reversed, all CO2 reduction efforts evaporate over night. We are done, he is toast.

commieBob

I hope that he will work with the overwhelming majority of us who believe that the climate crisis is the greatest threat we face as a nation.

They accuse The Donald of being a liar.

Mike the Morlock

commieBob November 11, 2016 at 7:52 pm
“I hope that he will work with the overwhelming majority of us”
ah nope, note the wording “us”
So who is “us” ?
Its not quit a lie because “us” is just “them” not the general public.
Old game Bolshevik- Menshevik
a bit on back ground for those who never heard the term
http://www.historytoday.com/richard-cavendish/bolshevik-menshevik-split
michael

Gunga Din

I think this should have been the “Funny Friday”.
(Or maybe Trump should make Gore the head of the EPA. “The Gore Effect” should kill the CAGW scam once and for all!8-)

Ian W

The best part of the nominative determinism is that algore is a medical term for deathly cold.

Willis Eschenbach

Dang, Ian, that’s an awesome find:

algore m ( plural algori). (archaic) Intense cold; (archaic) cooling of the body (during illness)

Regards,
w.

Greg

plural algori ? God preserve us !
Nice one Ian, why has it taken so long for any one to find that ?

Greg

algore m ( plural algori). (archaic) Intense cold;
This could finally explain the Al Gore effect: how it always turns cold when appears at an AGW event.

Dems B. Dcvrs

Gore – “I hope that he will work with the overwhelming majority …”
News flash Gore you and your Global Warmers are in a Minority. Further Americans rated Global Warming “Dead Last” on list of concerns. Being you are already bloviating, you are dismissed.

If I were Trump, I would say NO!

AndyG55

Why even bother answering!
Gore is basically a non-entity, except in his own mind.
A piece of dog-doo on the soul on the American boot.

Hivemind

If I were Trump, I’d say “You’re fired !!”.

AllyKat

Since when was Gore anything other than a “Sore Loserman” after elections?

Al WHO?

ngard2016

Trump had better say NO or he will start to undermine his standing with his supporters. Don’t mess about with any of these con merchants and fra-dsters or you will start to lose support.

Annie

Well, thank goodness for one good laugh today! Gore giving advice to Trump?! Hahahahahaha! I trust President-elect Trump treats that offer with the contempt it deserves.

Richard

A very generous offer Al Gore, but the inconvenient truth is, the only work you can expect is a hockey stick across the seat of your pants.

markl

Hubris personified. If anyone thinks the warmists are going to disappear quietly into the background you are naive. They have too much invested to go away without a major fight. Expect more MSM attacks and misinformation than ever. And remember, skeptics place a lot of importance on the new administration’s stated stand against the climate change scam but most people don’t and they’ll be counting on that when they flood the streets with eco demonstrators. The anarchy runs deep for the Dems.

SteveC

It really is worse than we thought!!!! But thank God for the Gore Effect! It’s the only antidote for perceived Climate Change…. errr Climate Disruption… errrr…. OKOKOK Global Warming. Anyway, the more Al “contributes” to a “warming solution”, the COLDER it gets!

RBom

Al Gore is only pandering to his own self-delusion of grander, righteousness and sainthood.

Rhoda R

+1000

Gunga Din

Mods,
I made a comment that has disappeared. I suspect I used one of those “auto-bit-bin” words. (sc@m)

Gunga Din

I’ll try again minus what I think made it disappear.
Maybe Trump should put Gore in charge of the EPA. Then “Then Gore Effect” should end the CAGW hype once and for all.

Arild

I would respond with Alex Epstein’s classic response to AG Maura Healey.

Harry Passfield

Oh Yes! That was wonderful! (I wonder what ever became of that spat?)

Pop Piasa

Here’s a rhyming Gore story.
Pinwheels and Mirrors
A long time ago (in the 80’s or so),
Al Gore warned that warming would soon be alarming;
“Our children won’t know what it’s like to see snow!
Our atmosphere we must stop harming!”
He’d studied, in college, on James Hansen’s knowledge.
Then, over years of political careers,
He pondered this notion: The atmosphere and oceans
Are useful to raise public fears.
He made presentations to all the world’s nations.
His film (sci-fi trash) was a box office smash!
Academy sensation! Oscars, nominations
And copious currents of cash!
Then unto him fell the Peace Prize, Nobel…
Authority, on him was vested.
(Debates he must quell, for he knows quite well:
Models failed when reality tested.)
So, grew the meme of anthropogenic extreme.
While insiders profited highly,
Those who objected were quickly subjected
To ridicule (and regarded vilely).
Pinwheels and mirrors now litter the lands…
Power lines, mile after mile.
On high plains, sea cliffs and desert sands
Our vistas, they now beguile.
But, collectors of government subsidies
Find them a beautiful sight,
Big mechanical menaces… begging a breeze
Or a sunbeam to ‘make their cost right’.
Decades upcoming threaten cold’s icy numbing-
Nature’s cycles, in concert, are waning.
The slowness to warm should have cancelled alarm,
But Al never ceases campaigning:
“We humans are bad, with our fossil fuel fad,
It’s a fast-building carbon disaster!
And now it’s two-fold! It’s causing the cold
And the hotness to come so much faster!”
Yet, while he’s pleading that all should be heeding
His carbon reduction ambitions,
He hopes you’re not seeing his own footprint being
Hundreds of poor folks’ emissions.
Let’s hope he’s thought out, while jetting about,
The messages of his actions.
By far they outweigh any words he might say,
In the minds of the wiser factions.

Eugene WR Gallun

Pop Piasa —
Well, done. Your message finds its rhymes rather than the rhyming taking control and creating its own message. Excellent!
Eugene WR Gallun

Two excellent poets, above.

Pop Piasa

Thanks much, just want to be a vessel of the truth. I don’t mean to draw attention to myself.

Pop Piasa

Actually, an earlier version of the above was posted on the Gore-a-thon page under my old identity here and I stupidly posted an email address to contact me for revisions, allowing a troll to steal my identity.

Al $$$ Gore said this thumper:
“Last night President-elect Trump said he wanted to be a president for all Americans. In that spirit, I hope that he will work with the overwhelming majority of us who believe that the climate crisis is the greatest threat we face as a nation.”
He lies once again since there are no evidence of a overwhelming majority o people that shares with his beliefs. He lies because he is in it for the money,which he got a lot of and to be relevant from his point of view in the political situation.
He is scum.

rogerthesurf

Now don’t you guys all sling off at Mr Gore, its not like he hasn’t got a Nobel prize you know 😉
Roger
http://www.rogerfromnewzealand.wordpress.com