Al Gore RIPPED BY QUESTIONER During Town Hall on Climate Farce [VIDEO]
When it comes to climate science, Al Gore is the expert.
Well, Gore and Bill Nye the Mechanical Engineer Guy. Because of these Leftist frauds, taxpayers around the world have been fleeced.
Al Gore appeared at an event, where he’s hawking his next installment of “Al Gore Gets Rich, Bitches” movie on global climate farce. At the event, Gore is confronted by James Eskridge who challenged Gore. As The Daily Caller reports:
Gore was taking questions from the audience on a CNN town hall with Anderson Cooper when the fisherman and Tangier Island mayor James Eskridge refuted Gore’s assertion that rising sea levels were endangering coastal communities.
“I’m a commercial crabber and I’ve been working the Chesapeake Bay for 50+ years. I have a crab house business out on the water and the water level is the same as it was when the place was built in 1970,” Eskridge said. “I’m not a scientist, but I am a keen observer and if sea level rises are occurring, why am I not seeing signs of it?”
— CNN (@CNN) August 2, 2017
“I am a keen observer.” I LOVE THAT!
See, the only way DC can take advantage of you is if they can obscure your vision. The government teaches, when it comes to life, don’t actually rely on experience. Just trust the government. To quote the post office:
“We deliver for you!…Except on Sundays, and occasionally to your neighbor, or not at all!”
How many times do we need to discuss the fact that “climate science” is merely weather. And man has little to no impact on weather. I can only imagine the belly-laughs God has as we discuss nonsense like man-made global climate change!
Snake oil salesman Al Gore said to a man living on an island, that his island is going away. The man who lives there gives him facts that contradict Gore, and yet Gore argues. Am I missing something?
Also, just so we are clear, throughout history islands come and go. Then, mountains spring from nowhere. Such is the nature of Earth. But the Left dismiss the science of volcanic eruptions which (a) form more earth, usually around the ocean, and (b) emit more CO2 than all man combined in any given year.
From Live Science,
In 1992, it was thought that volcanic degassing released something like 100 million tons of CO2 each year. Around the turn of the millennium, this figure was getting closer to 200. The most recent estimate, released this February, comes from a team led by Mike Burton, of the Italian National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology – and it’s just shy of 600 million tons. It caps a staggering trend: A six-fold increase in just two decades.
These inflating figures, I hasten to add, don’t mean that our planet is suddenly venting more CO2.
Humanity certainly is; but any changes to the volcanic background level would occur over generations, not years. The rise we’re seeing now, therefore, must have been there all along: As scientific progress is widening our perspective, the daunting outline of how little we really know about volcanoes is beginning to loom large.
So you can see how badly man miscalculated volcanic CO2.
But there is more to the story of the “quiet monsters”:
The exhalations of our planet can be spectacularly obvious. The fireworks, though, are only part of the picture. We now know that the CO2 released during volcanic eruptions is almost insignificant compared with what happens after the camera crews get bored. The emissions that really matter are concealed. The silent, silvery plumes which are currently winding their way skyward above the 150 or so active volcanoes on our planet also carry with them the bulk of its carbon dioxide. Their coughing fits might catch the eye — but in between tantrums, the steady breathing of volcanoes quietly sheds upwards of a quarter of a billion tons of CO2every year.
But Scientific American cites the U.S. Geological Survey on volcanoes, and guess what figure they use to calculate volcanic CO2?
According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), the world’s volcanoes, both on land and undersea, generate about 200 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) annually, while our automotive and industrial activities cause some 24 billion tons of CO2 emissions every year worldwide. Despite the arguments to the contrary, the facts speak for themselves: Greenhouse gas emissions from volcanoes comprise less than one percent of those generated by today’s human endeavors.
Another indication that human emissions dwarf those of volcanoes is the fact that atmospheric CO2 levels, as measured by sampling stations around the world set up by the federally funded Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, have gone up consistently year after year regardless of whether or not there have been major volcanic eruptions in specific years. “If it were true that individual volcanic eruptions dominated human emissions and were causing the rise in carbon dioxide concentrations, then these carbon dioxide records would be full of spikes—one for each eruption,” says Coby Beck, a journalist writing for online environmental news portal Grist.org. “Instead, such records show a smooth and regular trend.”
So essentially, the government under-reports volcanic CO2 threefold.
Do you think they may be over-reporting human CO2?
Before you answer that, answer this question: Has man-made CO2 ever stopped airlines from flying? Because volcanoes can do that. I know large cities are filthy and contain lots of smog, but I don’t recall smog ever stopping flights.
Leftists have too much time on their hands. And when that happens, they figure out ways to get your money.