The Gore effect continues…down under

Al does it again – visits Melbourne during coldest July in 19 years Hamish Grant writes: As a staff member at the august academic institute of higher learning that employs some of the greatest alarmists in the business (but I am still proud to say that I work there), Melbourne University has just hosted a…

The 'Gore Effect' Strikes Downunder

Craig Kelly, MP writes: With Al Gore visiting Canberra today, it’s little surprise that the ‘Al Gore Effect’ has struck again. The ‘Al Gore Effect’ is defined by the Urban Dictionary as; “the phenomenon that leads to unseasonably cold temperatures, driving rain, hail, or snow whenever Al Gore visits an area to discuss global warming.”

Friday Funny – Licking the Gore effect

I’m sure many readers have seen the movie that is now a holiday classic called A Christmas Story. There is a scene in that movie where the character Flick, acting on a “triple-dog dare”, gets his tongue stuck to a sub freezing flagpole. Leave it to Investors Business Daily to render this famous scene with…

The Gore Effect kicks in, plus ça change …

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach … plus ça same old stuff. Thank goodness somethings never change. For example, the “Gore Effect”, which says that wherever His Nobelity Albert Gore III might hold a Climastravaganza to remind the world of the critical and imminent climate overheating that we can only avert by sending him some more…

It's official, NOAA shows the "Gore Effect" hitting America tonight

You know, sometimes coincidences are just too strange and funny to ignore. Here’s the low temperature forecast map from NOAA produced today, for overnight low temperatures during the time that Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project gets into its full swing. It starts at 8PM EST/5PM PST. Chill baby, chill: Source: http://www.weather.gov/forecasts/graphical/images/conus/MinT1_conus.png And it gets worse,…