Al Gore has done a disservice to mankind and made millions for himself in the process in linking human generated CO2 to the flooding of North America and the death of the planet. His disciples have swooned over his panic-inciting slide show and billions of research dollars have been granted to people to prove he's right. Well he's wrong and horror of horrors even the Main Stream Media is starting to pull back the curtain.
A second CNN meterologist is putting his job on the line....
“If we go back really, in recorded human history, in the 13th Century, we were probably 7 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than we are now and it was a very prosperous time for mankind,” Lehr said. “If go back to the Revolutionary War 300 years ago, it was very, very cold. We’ve been warming out of that cold spell from the Revolutionary War period and now we’re back into a cooling cycle.”
Lehr suggested the earth is presently entering a cooling cycle – a result of nature, not man.
“The last 10 years have been quite cool,” Lehr continued. “And right now, I think we’re going into cooling rather than warming and that should be a much greater concern for humankind. But, all we can do is adapt. It is the sun that does it, not man.”
And Save the Planet Gore is more interested in saving for his retirement as he earns a minimum of $175,000 per speaking engagement. He earns enough to buy a 100 foot boat and jets around the world to all his lucrative speaking engagements.
According to Bloomberg.com
Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore left the White House seven years ago with less than $2 million in assets, including a Virginia home and the family farm in Tennessee. Now he's making enough to put $35 million in hedge funds and other private partnerships.
Yes, by all means we need to reduce the use of fossil fuels (mainly because of carcinogenic pollutants and the fact that it is a finite source)however, man-made global warming proponents are wrong and they need to quit stealing the hundreds of millions in research money that could be going to more badly needed areas of study.