July 13, 2011
Nobel laureate Al Gore must be noticing the public’s continued lack of concern for his money making myth about carbon dioxide destroying the planet.
On Tuesday, he announced a new campaign and worldwide event to re-energize global warming hysteria:
Today, The Climate Reality Project (formerly the Alliance for Climate Protection) announced a new global campaign to broadcast the reality of the climate crisis and mobilize citizens to help solve it. The campaign kicks off with 24 Hours of Reality, a worldwide, live streamed event on September 14-15.
During the 24 Hours of Reality event, people all around the globe living with the impacts of climate change will connect the dots between recent extreme weather events — including floods, droughts and storms — and the manmade pollution that is changing our climate. From Tonga to Cape Verde and Mexico City toAlaska, the event will feature scientists, celebrities, business leaders and concerned citizens, along with former Vice President Al Gore. It will be broadcast live online over 24 hours, in 24 time zones and in multiple languages.
“The climate crisis knows no political boundaries. Ferocious storms and deadly heat waves are occurring with alarming frequency all over the world. We are living with the reality of the climate crisis every day. The only question is, how soon can we act?” said Vice President Gore.
I guess Gore noticed the total failure of last month’s climate talks in Bonn, Germany, as well as last week’s Harris poll which found “the lowest number who believe in global warming since the question was first asked in 1997 (44% now do, down from 51% in 2009 and 71% in 2007).”
The reality is despite all of his efforts to con people into believing a trace gas in the atmosphere is causing the planet to warm, fewer and fewer are buying it.
I guess that means it’s time for another international dog and pony show to shore up all the financial investments he’s made.
When are the media going to see through this charade?
This article was posted: Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 3:28 am