The Global Warming Lie is Slowly Being Uncovered (Even Jon Stewart Mocks Gore and GW)
I am certainly no fan of Jon Stewart but even he is mocking Gore and the global warming myth now. Since he has always been such a fan of the left, it’s got to say something that even he has noticed that the global warming folks are starting to look like fools. Read the 4 articles below on ‘ClimateGate’ to see that MAYBE people are finally seeing that things have been overblown or even made up about global warming.
Jon Stewart on ClimateGate: ‘Poor Al Gore – Global Warming Debunked Via Internet You Invented’
By Noel Sheppard / December 2, 2009
If you needed any more assurance the growing ClimateGate scandal is far more significant than America’s media has been portraying, you got it Tuesday night from Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart.
Somewhat surprisingly, “The Daily Show” host in his opening sketch tore apart the scientists involved in sending the obtained e-mail messages for showing “a clear effort to raise fears about global warming, and hide evidence against it.”
Stewart even mocked the man responsible for spreading more fear on this subject than anyone on the planet:
Poor Al Gore. Global warming completely debunked via the very Internet you invented. OH. OH the irony.
PSU Professor Under Investigation for Possible Manipulation of Climate Change Data (ClimateGate)
By Laura Nichols
Collegian Staff Writer
Penn State is conducting an inquiry into the controversy surrounding a Penn State professor whose illegally leaked e-mails have sparked an international debate over whether he and his colleagues distorted data on global warming.
Skeptics of climate change are calling the ongoing investigation “Climategate” and allege the leaked e-mails suggest the researchers — including Mann — had fabricated or manipulated data on global warming.
Scientist in climate change data row steps down
Australia’s Global Warming Bill Defeated
Parliament Shoots Down Legislation to Set Up Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading System
(AP) Australia’s Parliament defeated legislation to set up a greenhouse gas emissions trading system on Wednesday, throwing a central plank of the government’s plans to combat global warming into disarray.