Fun with Mother Nature, AKA the Gore Effect

Mother Nature may be forgiving this year, or next year, but eventually she’s going to come around and whack you. You’ve got to be prepared.
Geraldo Rivera—journalist

The Genesis of the global warming hoax in the United States began with a trick. Prior to James Hanson’s global warming testimony before congress in Washington DC, June 23, 1988, his co-conspirators called the weather bureau to find which date is usually the hottest day of the summer. Then, the night before, they opened all the windows in the room of his testimony. When the members of congress arrived, the room was HOT. Thus, the testimony on global warming and the push for cap-and-trade began with a trick.

Since that time, Al Gore entered into the affray by becoming the face and voice of global warming. After he received the Nobel Prize for his work in saving the world, Mother Nature has demonstrated her unhappiness with that trick and Al Gore in general. Her response has been christened, “The Gore Effect.” Every time there has been a major meeting of those who have perpetrated this hoax, the meeting has occurred during an extreme cold-weather event. These weather events have dogged the heels of Al Gore all around the world. It culminated at the Copenhagen summit in January of this year, with freezing temperatures and snow again diluting the global warming message.

To avoid a recurrence of the cold temperatures, the 16th Conference of Parties (COP16) climate meeting is presently being held in Cancun, Mexico. It worked. There are no freezing temperatures in Cancun; however, Mother Nature made her presence and her displeasure known. During the entire conference Cancun has been plagued with historically record low temperatures—in the low 50 degree Fahrenheit range, for a location that normally enjoys temperatures in the high 70s to low 80s this time of the year.

Oh well, better luck next time, next meeting is in Cape Town, South Africa November 28 to December 9th, 2011. That is right in the middle of South Africa’s summer. Let’s see how that works out for them. I hope they do not lose their crops due to frost. It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature.

Published in: on December 10, 2010 at 11:48 am  Leave a Comment  

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