• Al Gore Explains Climate Change to Science-Genius Bill O'Reilly

    In case you haven't noticed, all the snow and cold weather we've been experiencing so far this winter has incontrovertibly disproved the concept of man-made global warming. Just as it does every year. It's kind of weird how the vast majority of climatologists can not notice such obvious proof. Well, I suppose if they were really smart, they wouldn't be climatologists; they'd be Fox News hosts.

    Which reminds me: After proving the existence of God last month, Bill O'Reilly followed up that slam dunk by knocking Al Gore's pet cause down a peg or two on his show the other day.

    And Al Gore has responded

    Last week on his show Bill O’Reilly asked, "Why has southern New York turned into the tundra?" and then said he had a call into me. I appreciate the question.

    As it turns out, the scientific community has been addressing this particular question for some time now and they say that increased heavy snowfalls are completely consistent with what they have been predicting as a consequence of man-made global warming:

    "In fact, scientists have been warning for at least two decades that global warming could make snowstorms more severe. Snow has two simple ingredients: cold and moisture. Warmer air collects moisture like a sponge until it hits a patch of cold air. When temperatures dip below freezing, a lot of moisture creates a lot of snow."

    "A rise in global temperature can create all sorts of havoc, ranging from hotter dry spells to colder winters, along with increasingly violent storms, flooding, forest fires and loss of endangered species."

    Oh yeah? But it snowed! It snowed! The snow comes in, the snow goes out. You can't explain that.

    Check and mate.

    Tags: Al Gore, Bill O'Reilly, Climate Change, Fox, Science & Technology, Weather


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