Remember the endless stream of dire global warming predictions? Since the 1990s, we have been insulted with lies and wishful thinking about how we had to turn off our air conditioners and park our cars or be complicit in causing the Northeastern states to be wiped away by tidal waves of melted ice caps. Wrong, wrong, wrong! All of them, all but 3%, were lies, as in Penn State and the University of East Anglia lies!
Al Gore and his shrinking band of far left lunatics have now been proven wrong merely by comparing their claims to what has actually happened. The truth is crystal clear and right in front of us.
The machine you are reading this on is killing the Left. They make claims, tell lies, and convince themselves that since no one in the media challenged them, no one will remember what they said two days later. But we do.
A new study by a “group of mean reactionary science purists” at the Journal Nature Climate Change took a look at 117 of the Left’s wild claims. Its results are devastating for Gore and the Left. They show that 114, or 97.4%, of them were wrong. They weren’t just a little “ooops, I hit the wrong number on my computer – wrong but wrong by a you – don’t – know what – in- the – world – you’re –are talking – about” wrong. The average “mistake” was an overstatement of global warming by double actual reality.
Two attacks on these lies came from Alabama, which of course disqualifies them in the scolding eyes of the New York Times.
Nevertheless, here’s what these professors from the University of Alabama had to say:
“It’s a real problem [the misinformation] … it shows that there really is something that needs to be fixed in the climate models.” – Climate scientist John Christy.
“I looked at 73 climate models going back to 1979 and every single one predicted more warming than happened in the real world.” – John Christy, professor at the University of Alabama Huntsville.
To be kind, these predictions could be characterized as foolish; but to be truthful, they must be called what they are: Lies, lies, lies!
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