In 2007, Al Gore received the Nobel Peace Price for his “efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change,” Read, “global warming.”
Maybe the award was a bit hasty.
A sub-head reads, “Almost a million more square miles of ocean covered with ice than in 2012.”
To top it off, the Mail points out, “Publication of UN climate change report suggesting global warming caused by humans pushed back to later this month.”
The article goes on to say, “A chilly Arctic summer has left nearly a million more square miles of ocean covered with ice than at the same time last year – an increase of 60 per cent. The rebound from 2012’s record low comes six years after the BBC reported that global warming would leave the Arctic ice-free in summer by 2013. Instead, days before the annual autumn re-freeze is due to begin, an unbroken ice sheet more than half the size of Europe already stretches from the Canadian islands to Russia’s northern shores.”
In direct opposition to what Gore and his fellow doomsayers predicted, “Some eminent scientists now believe the world is heading for a period of cooling that will not end until the middle of this century – a process that would expose computer forecasts of imminent catastrophic warming as dangerously misleading.”
The article reprints the crazy predictions made by the BBC in 2007, which now read like a comic strip.
In addition to the Daily Mail article, researcher Robert Felix spoke about climate change and a possible ice age to a COST TO COAST AM audience last night. An email update from that program says, “Just recently it was announced that Arctic sea ice has grown to a record breaking amount, and some 250,000 alpaca froze to death in southern Peru, while some 70,000 animals died in Bolivia. Even though we’re told that we’re experiencing global warming, “I keep insisting that we’re heading into an ice age. And I think we’re headed there faster than anyone realizes,” he cautioned.
Give back your trophy, Al.