Al Gore’s Dire Prediction Of Planetary Doom Passes, Earth Doesn’t Turn Into Frying Pan

Something special happened yesterday. Dr. Ed Berry explains

Here we are on January 26, 2016. Do you feel the heat? Do you see the clouds are gone and the sky is glowing red?

Ten years ago, on January 25, 2006, Al Gore stood before his Sundance audience at the screening of his “An Inconvenient Truth.” (snip)

The Washington Post reported Al Gore “believes humans may have only 10 years left to save the planet from turning into a total frying pan.”

CBS News wrote Gore predicted the earth would be in “a true planetary emergency” within the next ten years unless drastic action is taken to reduce greenhouse gases.

Yet, here we are on the 27th of January, 10 years and 1 day past his prediction, and this has not come to pass. Rush Limbaugh has had a counter clock on his website ever since Gore’s prognostication of doom, and today it reads “Time’s up…and we’re still here.” This is the reason why the Cult of Climastrology has moved towards making dire predictions of global doom from tiny increases in CO2 and temperature out to 50 and 100 years, when most people who read or heard them are dead.

Alas, do not think Gore nor the rest of the CoC will give up. There’s too much cash involved, not too mention pushing their authoritarian political beliefs.

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6 Responses to “Al Gore’s Dire Prediction Of Planetary Doom Passes, Earth Doesn’t Turn Into Frying Pan”

  1. John says:

    10 years ago
    Gee yeah I remember I live to look at the past
    Let’s see what was going on in the piratescive way back then
    Hmmm
    Jan 29
    Iraqi elections apparently some ” doom and gloomers” don’t share mr Teach’ belief that this is a great day
    Teach says “maybe we can gloat later”
    Jan28th
    Sen. Kennedy goes full gore criticizing Pres Bush
    Teach takes issue with Kennedy’s use of the word quagmire to describe Iraq says criticism of Bush’s policies puts troops in danger
    Jan 20th INNAUGURATION DAY!!
    Jan
    Teach us very pleased

    Go Bush Go Freedom Go USA (suggestion check compass for direction before proceeding)
    Jan 18th
    Iraqi American drives for 6 hours in order to vote Teach is quite pleased
    No mention of jihadist possibility wolf ritzy says some intimidation in Astan but no major problems like shooting in the street
    Jan 18th
    US military mounts raids into Mosul to prevent “mass resignations of poll workers” reported by USA Today
    Teach questions use of the word “mass” without concrete numbers apparently feeling opposition to elections is imagined/exaggerated of political climate in Mosul. Seems to think everything is on track no problems foreseen in new Iraqi future teach suggestvthat usa Today mention to (ISIS) about being uncool says it wouldn’t hurt
    Jan 18th
    Stabbing in his Triangle Town Mall yikes !!
    Jan 17
    Woman almost shoots Iraqi defense minister sent from Syria (Isis)
    Jan 17
    Seymour Hersh disclosed covert activity in Iran
    Teach says uncool endangers USA
    Criticism of Bush in time of war NOT COOL
    Troops in the field and all
    And pointing a finger at Gore who said that the planet had a fever and was going to continue to get hotter

  2. You’re hilarious, John. Anything to avoid the fact that the planetary doom prognostication by Gore was 100% wrong. Like all the other prognostications from you Cultists.

  3. Jeffery says:

    the planetary doom prognostication by Gore was 100% wrong

    One thing that is 100% certain is that you (and many others) can’t read (and the media hate Al Gore).

    Here’s what Gore said in 2006:

    unless drastic measures to reduce greenhouse gases are taken within the next 10 years, the world will reach a point of no return

    Nothing about the world burning by 2016, nothing about doom in 2016.

    A point of no return. Have we done nothing since 2006? The Earth will warm at least another 1C regardless, probably more. Gore was right.

  4. Dana says:

    Jeffrey wrote:

    Here’s what Gore said in 2006:

    unless drastic measures to reduce greenhouse gases are taken within the next 10 years, the world will reach a point of no return

    Nothing about the world burning by 2016, nothing about doom in 2016.

    A point of no return. Have we done nothing since 2006? The Earth will warm at least another 1C regardless, probably more. Gore was right.

    So, since “drastic measures” were not taken, and Jeffrey believes that Mr Gore “was right,” the only possible conclusion is that Jeffrey now believes that “the world (has reached) a point of no return.”

    If we have reached this point of no return, why should we put into place costly, working-class-impoverishing regulations and programs, given that, having reached this “point of no return,” they will all be futile?

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