Did you know the Al Gore seems to only give the public part of the information on Global Warming. In fact, many of the truths that Al Gore gave in his famous film, “An Inconvenient Truth”, have been questioned by other scientist and Al Gore will not comment on them.
We do not wish to inundate you with facts & details, but we will give you a place to start your own research and self education. From there, you can make up your own minds. You can start by viewing the video, “Global Warming? Global Governance”? It was produced by Michael S. Coffman, PhD.
You can also watch Al Gore’s video and compare the two videos as a spring board to more serious questionings. To give you a heads start in your quest for the truth, below are predictions and facts that Al gore made in his film.
We always suggest that for a real and serious debate over the facts/truth to begin, you must have both apposing parties at the same table with all their cards down. That is the only way to see the facts from the false hoods. When one side is ignored, or Fear is used to sell a point, you run the risk of appearing to have a personal agenda! No real truth comes out of a personal agenda if information is not shared by other equally educated opponents. One sided debates must be avoid to prevent mast hysteria.
Former US Vice President Al Gore speaks at a presentation on melting ice and snow at the UN Climate Change Conference 2009 in Copenhagen December 14, 2009.
(Photo: Reuters / Bob Strong)
An Inconvenient Truth for Al Gore!
Statements given by Al Gore’s in his film:
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1.) The sea level will rise up to 20 feet because of the melting of either West Antarctica or Greenland in the near future. (This “Armageddon scenario” would only take place over thousands of years, a judge wrote.)
2.) Some low-lying Pacific islands have been so inundated with water that their citizens have all had to evacuate to New Zealand. (“There is no evidence of any such evacuation having yet happened.”)
3.) Global warming will shut down the “ocean conveyor,” by which the Gulf Stream moves across the North Atlantic to Western Europe. (According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, “it is very unlikely that the Ocean Conveyor will shut down in the future…”)
4.) There is a direct coincidence between the rise in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and the rise in temperature over the last 650,000 years. (“Although there is general scientific agreement that there is a connection, the two graphs do not establish what Mr. Gore asserts.” In fact, history shows that carbon dioxide follows global warming, not the other way around.)
5.) The disappearance of the snows on Mount Kilimanjaro is expressly attributable to global warming. (“However, it is common ground that, the scientific consensus is that it cannot be established that the recession of snows on Mount. Kilimanjaro is mainly attributable to human-induced climate change.” History shows period of ice melt and reforming over and over.)
6.) The drying up of Lake Chad is a prime example of a catastrophic result of global warming. (“It is generally accepted that the evidence remains insufficient to establish such an attribution” and may be more likely the effect of population increase, overgrazing and regional climate variability.)
7.) Hurricane Katrina and the consequent devastation in New Orleans is because of global warming. (“It is common ground that there is insufficient evidence to show that.” As well, for over a century, engineers have been stating that what happen in New Orleans was going to happen sooner or later. This was before long before any one heard of Global warming. )
8.) Polar bears are drowning because they have to swim long distances to find ice. (“The only scientific study that either side before me can find is one, which indicates that four polar bears have recently been found drowned because of a storm.”)
9.) Coral reefs all over the world are bleaching because of global warming and other factors. (“Separating the impacts of stresses due to climate change from other stresses, such as overfishing and pollution, was difficult.”)