Gore Ducks Questions And Journalists Freeze At Copenhagen

Al Gore ducked questions about his statement that the Climategate emails were from 10 years ago. His assertion is misleading at best and a lie at worst. In any event, Gore ignores any question that does not fall in line with the mind numbed drones who blindly follow his hoax. Notice in this video how one of his staff tries to grab the microphone and then how the Nazi guard pulls the cord out of it to cut it off.

While all this was going on the journalists who are at Copenhagen waited in line for hours to gain access to the building. The weather there has been freezing cold with lots of snow (no doubt the result of global warming) and the journalists were complaining that it was cold. Some of them are no doubt global warming believers who are pushing the agenda for Gore and his ilk.

I think it is only fitting that these people froze outside while waiting to get into meetings on global warming.

As the NewsBusters article aptly states, they could have used a little global warming…

Big Dog

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21 Responses to “Gore Ducks Questions And Journalists Freeze At Copenhagen”

  1. Adam says:

    It’s sad that you think a one-half degree Celsius increase in temperature over the last 40 years means there will be no snow in Denmark in Winter time. If you made arguments that held any water you might be taken more seriously as a denier.

    I’m still not understanding how Gore is “dodging” a question when no one else is asking questions and he’s being escorted by security during his arrival to the event.

    If you think a bunch of rent-a-cops from the UN are Nazis then you’ve lost some perspective.

    • Big Dog says:

      And yet it is perfectly normal for you to accept that a one-half degree temperature change over 40 years means that the ice caps will melt, we will all be flooded and end up burning to death (or that the one-half degree change is responsible for anything we see). It is amazing that this insignificant one-half degree (you assert that by implication) is worthy of spending trillions of dollars to maybe affect the temperature by one-half degree.

      • Adam says:

        The 1/2 degree is in global average temperatures. Things aren’t as rosy all over. Take for instance the ice caps you mention:

        While the average global temperature has risen by less than 1 °C over the past three decades, there has been warming over much of the Arctic Ocean of around 3 °C. In some areas where the ice has been lost, temperatures have risen by 5 °C.

        Ironically this pattern in the Arctic does extend down into Scandinavian countries like Denmark where they will feel the affects of warming long before we do.

        Snow in Denmark in winter time is not evidence that global warming is a hoax. Growing ice caps in the South Pole is not evidence that global warming is a hoax. Al Gore refusing to answer the questions of a political hack while he’s arriving at the conference is not evidence that global warming is a hoax.

        But by all means continue to make these weak arguments. It doesn’t take much work at all refuting them.

        • Big Dog says:

          Well this Summer the temperatures were 40 or 50 degrees higher than last Winter here where I live. My wife was just in Florida and it was 40 degrees hotter there. Uh oh, there are temperature differences…

          I never said that growing ice caps is evidence of a hoax, there is plenty of other evidence for that. The Earth has gotten cooler and hotter for centuries and will continue to do so. Greenland use to have grass and people living there. They had to move out when it got cold.

          It is all part of nature, CO2 is a normal gas that has existed in higher levels in the past when it was cold and hos been low when it was hot and all long before people were here.

          It is part of the climate cycle. We will not be flooded in a few years and we will not melt in less than 10 years. Never let a crisis go to waste.

          in order to do this you have to have a crisis so they invented this one.

          Dead issue. And warming is natural and not man made. We will still be here and be fine in 10 ytears (or 5-7). But what will Gore change the argument to when these dire predictions do not come to pass?

          So the reporter is a hack but Gore is not? I guess it depends on who you view as the hack in the scenario. I see Gore as the hack…

        • Adam says:

          “And warming is natural and not man made.”

          And you base this on what science?

          “So the reporter is a hack but Gore is not?”

          Exactly. He is not a reporter and hasn’t been for a long time. He’s makes shoddy anti-environmentalist films. He’s a man who with what press credentials he has left has on several occasions now tried to ask “tough” questions to Gore and others and each time he gets tossed out like anybody would for refusing to give up their microphone so others can talk because he insists the questions haven’t been answered or not answered enough. It’s the same pattern with him everywhere he goes. He’s a hack.

          Now, you think Al Gore is a hack in what way?

        • Blake says:

          Gore is a hack because he1)- is NOT a scientist, (nor anything else requiring knowledge or competence), and 2)- he accepts the findings only of those he agrees with.
          That is a HACK.
          Real science is NEVER settled, always questioning.
          We are now finding out that Einsteins theories are only PARTLY right in a limited sense, and there are other theories that can either be added to those, or that abrogate those- was the science settled there? I contend it was not, and neither is it settled in this climate debate, regardless of how strident and frenetic the libbies become.

        • Blake says:

          Things have been warmer before, even before there was industrialization- otherwise, there would not have been talk of a “Northwest Passage” for trading ships- an “inconvenient fact” people keep missing- there had to, at one time, been so little ice, that trading ships could actually get from the Atlantic to the Pacific without going the southerly route.
          Therefore, there had to have been little to NO ice impeding their passage, right?
          I mean, the logic is there, even if liberals do not wish to admit this- all BEFORE widespread industrialization, imagine that-

        • Adam says:

          Al Gore is not a scientist and never claimed to be. How does that make him a hack?

          I would love to see evidence that the Northwest Passage was ever (until recently because of global warming of course) commercially navigable more than a few rare times a year. What you’re mistaking for logic that we don’t want to admit is just a fairy tale you’re substituting for reality. You do that a lot though…

        • Blake says:

          You know, old wive’s tales, and other tales long thought to be fiction have been proven true- Homer’s epic about Troy was thought that way- wrong!
          You just, like a lot of liberals, want to deny real evidence that warming has occurred in the past, and man had nothing to do with this- because it weakens drastically the AGW argument that is driving this bad science.
          How do you know its bad science? When the scientists shred the “evidence” and just say, “Trust me.”

  2. Alas if you were only right.

  3. Big Dog says:

    And Gore makes shoddy pro global warming films…

    • Adam says:

      So shoddy that it became the 5th highest grossing documentary of the last few decades?

      I heard Not Evil Just Wrong premiered to an audience of thousands…over the Internet.

      • Big Dog says:

        And Titanic was the highest grossing film and like Gore’s film, it had elements of truth to it…

        But people realize the actual story told was fictional…

        • Adam says:

          Keep dreaming. Nothing else has raised awareness of climate change as much as Gore’s film and his work to promote the film and the evidence presented in it. But don’t take my word for it:

          The online Nielsen survey, the largest of its kind to be conducted globally on the topic of consumer attitudes to climate change, was conducted in April 2007 in conjunction with the Environmental Change Institute of Oxford University and polled 26,486 internet users across 47 countries in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and the Middle East.

          The survey also found that the film, An Inconvenient Truth, had had a significant influence on those that have seen it – in their awareness of the issues and their stated changes in habits and behaviors.

          “An Inconvenient Truth has pushed Al Gore and the message of concern for climate change up the public agenda. This has been combined with UN scientific reports and the Stern Review as well as increased media coverage over the last months to shift the focus for many people from whether there is a problem to what to do about it,” said Max Boykoff, James Martin Fellow at the University of Oxford.

          This is of course true for you as well. The film caused changes in habits and behaviors for many deniers making you folks more prone to clinging to nonsense arguments and escalating the derangement over leaders like Al Gore…

  4. Big Dog says:

    Right, Al Gore did it to me. I have common sense and I know what is going on. Denier is a badge I wear with pride (along with my VRWC badge). This is about control and money.

    In 5 years when nothing is wrong and we are not melting what will you do? You will say we need more time blah, blah.

    Chicken Little comes to mind.

    An Internet user survey? Was it an online poll or something a little more scientific? I just want to know if they hid the decline.

    The emails seem to have changed some opinions as well…

    • Adam says:

      I don’t know what you keep talking about with this “we are not melting” stuff which you’ve repeated several times lately. Is anybody saying 5 years? Maybe it’s been said that in 5 years there may not be polar ice in summer but other than that between the melting and the 5 years you seem to be making this up as you go along.

      Which decline do you think they hid in those e-mails anyway?

      The survey was an online poll, not a “scientific” as a telephone poll but not quite on par with typical online straw style polls.

      Personally I hope I’m the guy you’re making fun of in the future for this all being wrong. Nothing would make me happier. Let’s hope the I Told You So isn’t coming from me to you, for all our sakes.

      • Blake says:

        Oh hell- the Goracle said in”five to seven years” we might have ice- free polar regions- an dthen had to back track faster than a crab trying to stay out of a stockpot.

      • Darrel says:

        What the fellow Gore referred to actually believes:

        “Dr Maslowki, who works at the US Naval Postgraduate School in California, said that his latest results give a six-year projection for the melting of 80 per cent of the ice, but he said he expects some ice to remain beyond 2020.”

  5. Big Dog says:

    In 2006 Al Gore said we only had 10 years and it is almost 2010. To be fair, that is 6 years away, not five.

    Prince Charles said we have about 8 years which is now 9 (funny his prediction is farther out than Gore’s)

    I am going by what these people are telling me.

    So the online poll could have had multiple votes from the same people?

    Besides, if Obama keeps letting Iran make nukes we might all be gone before then…

    • Adam says:

      I think you’re confusing having that many years left to make a difference and having that many years left before our way of life is radically altered. In Gore’s case (in the quote I could find anyway) he’s talking about making a difference. I don’t know what Charles is on about exactly.

      You would need to write them and find out the exact methods for the polling and the science that went into the final counts.