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On The Coldest Day In America In 20 Years, Here Are Al Gore’s Stupidest Global Warming Quotes

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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 12:02 PM
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Well, Well Well ...So it appears that it's only colder because of Global Warming/Climate Change/CO2 pollution ..Mustant forget the co2 now ...Think agenda 21 and the sprite behind it to depopulate the earths population ,probably by spraying that stuff in the atmosphere to help curve the warming/cooling and it's a win win for Gates and his buddy billionaires and we will be fine .I mean like it's not like they want to completely eliminate the human's on earth but to bring it under a much more manageable number .Cant forget the fluoride and the vaccines for the kids .

You know when I think about it it seems that the harder they work the faster they loose ,despite the wars the toxins and any other crap they seem to throw at us we are not going anywhere .. But yea it does seem to bee cooler and by the looks of cycle 24 we may be in for quite a few years of cooler weather ..peace




posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 12:05 PM
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bobs_uruncle

benrl
The stupidest part about Global warming, is not if its real or not.

Its the thought, that if there is no consequences than we don't have to be good stewards of our planet.

It is insanity to continue to pollute the planet the way we are whether it has long term consequence like Global warming or not, we should still take good care of this place.


I fully agree, we do need to take care of this planet. However it would seem that even though there in many cases is effective personal responsibility, there is little corporate responsibility. Corporations expect us to eat where they sh**t and that is not the way things should work.

Cheers - Dave


And does that Personal responsibility extend to your Wallet?

IF Governments are unwilling to hold corporations responsible for it, than its up to the free market to handle it.

Don't purchase products from companies that pollute, be a socially conscious consumer.

Hold the corporations responsible yourself by refusing to give them your cash.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 12:08 PM
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starr for you good man ...I suspect that there may be a Hegelian dialect playing out between the warmies and the coldies in order to get a solution to the problem ...Either way they will bring about their change ...

K so here is a site and something to consider one way or another .www.hidethedecline.eu... Sometimes I think that this has been studied to death but then someone comes up with another way of looking at things ..peace
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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 12:15 PM
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bobs_uruncle

The world does seem to be getting colder.


Actually it isn't.

And have you seen the weather in Europe, South America and Australia lately?
If anything, recent weather - globally - is surely a sign of warming? Remember, the USA is just 1.9% of the planet and what happens there is irrelevant, globally speaking.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 12:28 PM
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Actually, it takes a real kook to think humans can do anything to affect climate change in a significant way. There is no man made global warming…it’s a HOAX.

If there's Such a Thing As Carbon Foot Prints, Some one needs to pay for Gore and his friends Carbon Foot Prints and it's not going to be them!
The Science is Totally Bogas, it's being Made-Up to meet their Agenda.


Regardless of whether global warming is causing more heavy snow events, the alarmists’ about-face on snowfall calls to mind other alarmist global warming assertions that were supposedly “settled science”, but that were subsequently refuted by real-world climate conditions. The alarmists used to claim global warming was causing more hurricanes, but real-world data show hurricanes have fallen to historically lows levels.

The alarmists used to claim global warming was causing the retreat of Kilimanjaro’s mountain snowcap, but scientists now understand that local deforestation is the culprit. IPCC claimed in its 2007 assessment that global warming would likely melt the Himalayan glaciers by 2035, but IPCC now admits there is no scientific basis for such an assertion. IPCC claimed in its 1990 assessment that global temperatures should rise 0.6 degrees Celsius between 1990 and 2010, yet NASA satellite data show global temperatures warmed by merely half that amount, at most.

For years, alarmists have claimed “the science is settled” and “the debate is over.” Well, when was the science settled? When global warming would allegedly cause Himalayan glaciers to melt by 2035, or now that it won’t? When global warming would allegedly cause fewer heavy snow events, or now that it will allegedly cause more frequent heavy snow events?

Global Warming Alarmist Flip Flop



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 12:35 PM
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benrl

bobs_uruncle

benrl
The stupidest part about Global warming, is not if its real or not.

Its the thought, that if there is no consequences than we don't have to be good stewards of our planet.

It is insanity to continue to pollute the planet the way we are whether it has long term consequence like Global warming or not, we should still take good care of this place.


I fully agree, we do need to take care of this planet. However it would seem that even though there in many cases is effective personal responsibility, there is little corporate responsibility. Corporations expect us to eat where they sh**t and that is not the way things should work.

Cheers - Dave


And does that Personal responsibility extend to your Wallet?

IF Governments are unwilling to hold corporations responsible for it, than its up to the free market to handle it.

Don't purchase products from companies that pollute, be a socially conscious consumer.

Hold the corporations responsible yourself by refusing to give them your cash.


NO, I certainly won't give money to some asshat politician's agenda to enrich himself by skimming value from taxpayers. However, I try in as many cases as possible to buy from local establishments, mom and pop's and local farmers. I don't buy from Walmart, Target, the now defunct Zellers, Sears, etc. I try to run as much alternative low footprint energy systems that I can. I show people for free, how to build windmill generators and small hydroelectric systems out of recycled wrecking yard parts. I recycle and run my own gardens. If I can walk rather than drive, I walk.

When I look at the absolute BS of Agenda 21, I comment when I can and I write papers for opposing political parties. I hunt corruption in the political system and corporations, and report on it once I have the evidence. Every time I hear that word "sustainability" come out of a politician's, CEO's or bankster's mouth, I cringe, because I know it has nothing to do with real sustainability, it has to do with enriching a single obscenely rich portion of the population. Politicians are simply the parasites that ride on the backs of their handlers, the obscenely rich.

And if it comes to the point when we start charging politicians, CEO's and the bankster's with crimes against humanity and treason (and it's coming), I would support hanging, because you can recycle the rope and use it over and over again. I expect there will be a war against the corporations, banksters and their mouthpieces in politics for thier support of this rape of people and resources.

Cheers - Dave
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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 12:39 PM
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AndyMayhew

bobs_uruncle

The world does seem to be getting colder.


Actually it isn't.

And have you seen the weather in Europe, South America and Australia lately?
If anything, recent weather - globally - is surely a sign of warming? Remember, the USA is just 1.9% of the planet and what happens there is irrelevant, globally speaking.


Seems to be Europe and Asia has been going through a bit of a cold snap as well, or does that not count? Plus they are predicting much worse in the coming months.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 12:52 PM
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the2ofusr1
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starr for you good man ...I suspect that there may be a Hegelian dialect playing out between the warmies and the coldies in order to get a solution to the problem ...Either way they will bring about their change ...

K so here is a site and something to consider one way or another .www.hidethedecline.eu... Sometimes I think that this has been studied to death but then someone comes up with another way of looking at things ..peace
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That is a pretty good set of articles.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 01:19 PM
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No, Europe's still quite mild. Record (daily) temps in some places again this week - after the warmest Christmas on record in places like Moscow. However Siberia has just finally seen some more 'seasonal' cold weather - after concerns about where the snow had got too!

ie:

www.thelocal.se...

www.dutchnews.nl...

also:

siberiantimes.com...



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 01:31 PM
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Al Gore is a corporate bureaucrat, like most of the elite ruling in the nation within the corporate dictatorship they are all into making profits from the population one way or the other, so if the corporate elite don't have the global warming to profit from, it will be something else to take its place, because that is what power give the corporate elite, the power to scam and screw the working class and tax payer.

But is hard to sell global warming when the weather is soo call this days.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 01:52 PM
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I always laugh heartily when I hear "It's freezing outside! PFFFFT, Global Warming *rolleyes*"

It's such a ridiculous statement to me, and I'm not even 100% convinced about global warming being completely man made (and not part of a grander cycle).

To me, global warming implies crazier weather on both ends of the spectrum. "Global warming" meaning that the ice caps are nearly gone and it's completely changing our everyday weather.. and in that sense, the proof is in the pudding.

"BRRRR its cold. Stupid hippies"



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 02:57 PM
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After 17 years of failed predictions from Al Gore,
I think it is time for him to take his place in the long
line of false prophets.




He reminds me so of the fake televangelists,
"give us your money" while he has a huge
carbon footprint; it would be funny if it
was not so pathetic.


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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 02:58 PM
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Someone mentioned Australia and how Hot it was.
I called my husbands friend he retired with, He moved there to get away from his Crazy Ex.
He said that he had a skiing trip planned from Wednesday thru to next Sunday at the Ben Lomond Ski Resort and it was cold there.
So I looked it up.


Snow Forecast and Weather Outlook for Ben Lomond, Australia. Covering the period from Monday 6th January 2014 to Monday 13th January 2014.

Ben Lomond Snow Forecast
Looks like Great Skiing.
So, I looked up some other interesting things about Global Warming and Australia.
OH, this is interesting, from the article 2010 article, just a little Blurb that needs to be noticed.


← Told ya so…IPCC to retract claim on Himalayan Glacier Melt – Pachauri’s “arrogance” claim backfires

YEAH, The Himalayan Glacier is going to Melt



Posted on January 18, 2010 by Anthony Watts
More from the “weather is not climate department”.

Flurries hit southeast Australia as towns record their first-ever summer snowfalls



Snow fell to 3,000 feet (900 metres) above sea level Monday in parts of New South Wales and Victoria states, Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Jane Golding said.
“Any time of year, it’s unusual to have snow down that far,” she said.

The next part is really interesting.


The town of Bombala in New South Wales, east of Kosciuszko, recorded its first summer snow since the bureau began keeping records there in 1965, Golding said.

The town of Cooma, also in New South Wales but north of Kosciuszko, recorded its first summer snow since records were first kept in 1973.

Summer Snow in Australia
They've been keep track of the weather sense, 1965 & 1973 and the Global Warmest Doom Mongers are Experts?


1 MONTH AGODECEMBER 06, 2013 8:02AM


Thredbo resort in new South Wales is now in the very unusual position of desperately needing its snow to melt. Thredbo has a huge mountain bike event this weekend but the course is currently snow-covered. Hopefully, forecast warmer tempreatures will take care of things.


THIS is just the beginning. The really cold air and the really heavy snow is due later in the day, but snow is already falling today across the high country of New South Wales and Victoria.
And yes, it's December 5. The fifth day of summer. Your calendar is not wrong.
Snow is not a freak event in southern Australia in the warmer months. A small dusting usually appears on the higher parts of the Australian Alps at least once each summer.

My Goodness,,, Not A Freak Event! then I would have to Surmise neither is an unusually Warmer Summer.
Snow falling in Australia
Some one mentioned South America, I Think?
I have to believe you're trying to make a comment about the Climate of Argentina, which is the most Southernmost Country I believe.
I did some looking and round and it's Summer there right now.
That's from December to March and the normal temperature is between 48 degrees F. to 81 degrees F. it would appear and lately it's been 71 to 81 but with the high humidity feeling like 93 degrees.
that's in the northern part of Argentina in Buenos Aires.

I know my home city if Harbin in the province Heilongjiang, but was call "Manchuria" during WWII.
I know that it has been Extremely Cold this Winter.

this is a picture of the soldiers at a base in our province close to the North Korean border doing their morning exercises, it is well below -40 degrees below zero.
This is a picture of the park across the street from our apartment we keep in China.

I am told by my neighbor you can not see the Piano this winter.
This is a picture of the Ski resort we use in China, I was told this year it was impossible to gain access to the resort rooms and was not safe because it was to cold to insure the cottages could be kept warm.

Maybe we should go to Australia!
Global Warming My A##, I remember this happening before in China many time in the past and then we had winters very mild. and I'm a lot Older Than Most of you here.







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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 02:58 PM
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While personally I do not buy that global warming is manmade, I do believe that the earth is undergoing a natural climate shift, which it has done many times in the past, and will continue to do in the future. However, something needs to be set straight. Too many people, even prominent people, see all the cold weather, and stories like those you posted, and immediately think that this disproves an overall warming climate.

It does no such thing. In fact, speaking of polar ice, we know that the polar sea ice is actually increasing, but this too does not mean that the temperatures are not rising. A decrease in polar land ice suggests that it is. But there are many other factors as well, and no one thing can be pointed to as evidence for or against the idea of global warming.

I guess the main point I wanted to make is that record cold temperatures does not disprove the theory of a warming earth. In fact, cold temperatures could indicate an overall warming trend, even though it seems counterintuitive.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 03:15 PM
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I sometimes forget that not everyone monitors world weather stories.

Check out my blog - it's non biased. I report all the weather stories I find, hot or cold (though I'm sure I miss many)
Obviously, for the purpose of this thread, only current stories and reports are relevant. Were those picture taken this week?


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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 03:27 PM
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jessejamesxx
I always laugh heartily when I hear "It's freezing outside! PFFFFT, Global Warming *rolleyes*"

It's such a ridiculous statement to me, and I'm not even 100% convinced about global warming being completely man made (and not part of a grander cycle).

To me, global warming implies crazier weather on both ends of the spectrum. "Global warming" meaning that the ice caps are nearly gone and it's completely changing our everyday weather.. and in that sense, the proof is in the pudding.

"BRRRR its cold. Stupid hippies"


Funny thing, polar caps have increased in size and thickness as much as 50%. I guess that theory kinda blows ;-) I do agree that massive positive temperature changes at the poles would probably increase the weather dynamic by orders of magnitude, but that isn't what we are seeing. Of course, the proof in the pudding would be when we witness sea levels dropping and what is considered beachfront property now, considerably inland. Which could happen BTW, since an extreme accumulation of ice at the poles will have to come from someplace. That of course creates an additional problem, increased wobble due to possibly unbalanced weight accumulation/distribution which is the precursor and subsequent driver of crustal displacement theory. More doom porn anyone, as if AGCC or AGW wasn't enough to drive political and corporate machines LOL.

Throwing money at governments through carbon taxes and other illegitimate financial scams will not circumvent the coming problem, only an active global change on a personal, political and corporate level might help somewhat. And you have to remember, we can't control the Sun or our solar systems transit through space.

Cheers - Dave
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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 03:35 PM
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AndyMayhew
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I sometimes forget that not everyone monitors world weather stories.

Check out my blog - it's non biased. I report all the weather stories I find, hot or cold (though I'm sure I miss many)
Obviously, for the purpose of this thread, only current stories and reports are relevant. Were those picture taken this week?


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Good blog, but considering the extent of weird weather, I am still of the opinion that agents of the US government are running an experiment or weather warfare using HAARP. I expect they are heating the upper atmosphere at the inside edge of the Coriolis effect low level vortex/cyclone circling the north pole to disrupt global weather patterns by forcing the dumping of super cold air into North America. This would also drive the jet stream south and flatten its wave pattern, which has happened. I could be wrong but the presence of a reasonably stable north pole ice sheet would seem to indicate outside intervention.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 03:47 PM
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I agree, in that global warming could very easily drive extreme polarities in temperatures in different areas. However, what is the one good thing for the "ruling class" about this kind of trend? Is there a silver lining for them, I mean like it has been said before, "Never waste a good crisis." I see depopulation and an opening of large tracts of literally uninhabitable land. Cities, towns and their infrastructure in the north collapsing simply due to the cost of heating and keeping the snow and ice clear. If people have to literally evacuate south, can you image the turmoil and the death toll? And since everyone left would have to get along in +/- 10 or 20 degrees of the equator, I guess the PTB would be able to easily institute world government. Turn off the HAARP easy-bake ovens and a decade or two later, the climate is back to normal and the PTB have everything they dreamed of, the ultimate totalitarian world state with population limited, centralized and easily controllable.

It could happen, just like Obama could develop a conscience, Gore could develop a personality and Harper could develop a brain (sounds Wizard of Oz'ish) LOL.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 04:27 PM
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Been 'ridculing' global warming long before a cold day in january.

Wonder why the people who shout the end is nigh never seem to want to talk about the worlds largest polluter China ?

Gore makes millions there with his Apple Stock.

Thats right I forgot everyone must support the church of climatology so the US goverment can create more asinine laws to 'save the planet'.

Which has been working out so well the last 20 years.

Gas is more expensive.

Corporate products are more expensive.

Coal plants have been shut down, even though they are opening more up every day in China and India.

But hey people the end is nigh!!

Global Warming!

Someone save me from a cold day in winter!!!

Hurry before I freeze~!

What a effing farce.
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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 04:34 PM
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bobs_uruncle

Funny thing, polar caps have increased in size and thickness as much as 50%.


No, the polar ice caps are declining (the N Hemisphere polar ice caps are on Greenland, Baffin and a couple of other islands). However, this year, summer sea ice in the Arctic Ocean ended up nearly 50% greater in extent than it was after last year's record melt - though still less than almost ever other year in modern times. ie not as much melted as last year. Is all.

Don't believe newspaper headlines. They lie.

Edit: btw, thanks for the comment re my blog - which I mentioned only to show that I do watch world weather stories and have been doing so for many years, so perhaps know more than most on the subject, albeit I'm by no means an expert.
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