Albert Arnold "Al" Gore, Jr. (allegedly born March 31, 1948) is purported to be a prominent liberal spokesperson for global warming and environmentalism.
He is portrayed by the liberal media as an author, a businessperson, former journalist, inventor of the algorithm, and recipient of a scientific prize. According to Wikipedia, he has served as United States Vice President, Senator, and Representative, and has also served as a military journalist during the Vietnam War.
However, despite efforts by the liberal media to prove otherwise, there is no completely irrefutable evidence that Al Gore exists.
In 2006, the Al Gore character appeared in the film, An Inconvenient Truth. In it, Gore is seen being driven around in a Hummer H2 while telling viewers that they should drive more expensive cars, using traditional liberal platitudes such as "hybrid" and "Carbon Dioxide." The film has been praised for its work in special effects, creating a near-perfect CGI Al Gore that appears throughout the film.
"Two thousand scientists, in a hundred countries, engaged in the most elaborate, well organized scientific collaboration in the history of humankind, have produced long-since a consensus that we will face a string of terrible catastrophes unless we act to prepare ourselves and deal with the underlying causes of global warming." - (AL GORE, speech at National Sierra Club Convention, Sept. 9, 2005)
The Climate Project In Indonesia
Al Gore Speaking to an audience of government officials, business leaders and NGOs in Jakarta, the Nobel laureate cited devastating floods in Australia and Pakistan and last year’s drought in Russia as evidence that unchecked global warming threatened famine, poverty and wide-scale destruction.
The evening speech at the Shangri-La Hotel, co-sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund and the Regional Representatives Council (DPD), capped a day of workshops and events led by Gore. The visit was also a curtain-raiser for a global summit on business and the environment to be held in Indonesia in April.
In a tone that was both dire and inspirational, Gore praised President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono for taking “a stand that no other leader of any developing nation has been willing to take when he stood and said ‘we will act.’ ”
Yudhoyono has pledged a 26 percent to 41 percent cut in greenhouse gas emissions by 2020.
“A country that has the unique reputation of Indonesia, when it stands up and takes a leadership role for what is right and moral in the world, it elevates itself and distinguishes itself,” Gore said.
He called on business, government and civil society to carry out the pledges already made and to protect the country’s mega-diversity, and said he would do whatever he could to support Indonesia in this cause.
“Anything I can do as a friend of Indonesia and as a friend of men and women who are committed to doing the hard, right thing and supporting your president as he faces the difficult path to follow the choice that has been made and announced — I offer my services,” he said.
How To Contact Al Gore?
- For press interview requests, email Al Gore’s spokesperson, Kalee Kreider at Kalee@carthagegroup.com
- To send Al Gore a letter in the mail, contact his Nashville Office at:
2100 West End Avenue Suite 620
Nashville, TN 37203
2100 West End Avenue Suite 620
Nashville, TN 37203
What they says about Global Warming:
"All across the world, in every kind of environment and region known to man, increasingly dangerous weather patterns and devastating storms are abruptly putting an end to the long-running debate over whether or not climate change is real. Not only is it real, it's here, and its effects are giving rise to a frighteningly new global phenomenon: the man-made natural disaster." - (BARACK OBAMA, speech, Apr. 3, 2006)
"Some of the scientists, I believe, haven’t they been changing their opinion a little bit on global warming? There’s a lot of differing opinions and before we react I think it’s best to have the full accounting, full understanding of what’s taking place." - (GEORGE W. BUSH, Presidential debate, Oct. 11, 2000)
"Global warming is too serious for the world any longer to ignore its danger or split into opposing factions on it." - (TONY BLAIR, speech, Sept. 27, 2005)
"The warnings about global warming have been extremely clear for a long time. We are facing a global climate crisis. It is deepening. We are entering a period of consequences." - (AL GORE, speech at National Sierra Club Convention, Sept. 9, 2005)
"With all of the hysteria, all of the fear, all of the phony science, could it be that man-made global warming is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people? It sure sounds like it." - (JAMES M. INHOFE, speech in U.S. Senate, July 28, 2003)
"Global warming -- at least the modern nightmare vision -- is a myth. I am sure of it and so are a growing number of scientists. But what is really worrying is that the world's politicians and policy makers are not." - (DAVID BELLAMY, Daily Mail, July 9, 2004)
"We have many advantages in the fight against global warming, but time is not one of them. Instead of idly debating the precise extent of global warming, or the precise timeline of global warming, we need to deal with the central facts of rising temperatures, rising waters, and all the endless troubles that global warming will bring. We stand warned by serious and credible scientists across the world that time is short and the dangers are great. The most relevant question now is whether our own government is equal to the challenge." - (JOHN MCCAIN, speech, May 12, 2008)
"Yes, there is still much about global warming we have to learn and research should continue. But the longer we delay, the more CO2 will build up in the atmosphere. It stays there a long time. If we wait too long before acting, we will pass a point of no return and lock ourselves into centuries of global warming. We could pass one of those dangerous tipping points that could make life very difficult. It's a risk we shouldn't take." - (JIM DIPESO, speech, May 1, 2003)
"One disappointment I would raise is if you look at the understanding of climate change by scientists -- let's be generous -- 95 percent of scientists say we understand the process and we are convinced there is global warming. The media reports it, like a lot of other stories, as 50-50. They want to always show the other side. That's good, but I'm disappointed that the media does not reflect that there is a 95-5 percent discussion. It sounds like it's 50-50. The public reads this and they can't make up their mind usually." - (KONRAD STEFFEN, interview, May 18, 2007)
"As best as can be determined, the world is now warmer than it has been at any point in the last two millennia, and, if current trends continue, by the end of the century it will likely be hotter than at any point in the last two million years." - (ELIZABETH KOLBERT, The New Yorker, Apr. 25, 2005)
"I think that the Greenhouse situation is a lot like alcoholism. It isn't one moment or one single drink that does you in. Can there be a single "a-ha moment' when you realize that civilization has moved from social drinking (of oil and coal) into a substance-dependent, blackout situation? As an individual, when you're on that slippery slope, there probably is some moment of revolt when your sense of dignity is offended. You wake up in a pool of your own vomit for instance, or find your clothes ripped off by some total stranger. Time to put the cork in the bottle. Find something more life-affirming to do with your time. Unfortunately our society can't rally the way a person can. So instead, we're ending up with these grotesque affronts massive heat waves, dying coral reefs, huge floods and so on, popping out across the face of the planet like an alcoholic's veins. But we're in denial about the Greenhouse thing." - (BRUCE STERLING, interview, Aug. 9, 2009)
"There will always be those who challenge disturbing facts no matter how good the science. Many Americans don’t believe in evolution; some geologists don’t accept plate tectonics, and some think the NASA Moon missions were a hoax. Self-interest can also create cogitative dissonance between what one wants to believe and what is. Some smokers kept insisting smoking doesn’t cause cancer or heart disease after the Surgeon General’s Report. An African leader who perhaps can’t afford proper drugs holds that the HIV virus doesn’t cause AIDS. Should people die from disinformation and delusions? So what if some don’t believe in global warming? They’re wrong. Survival of high tech civilization is at stake. Time to stop dithering and get serious about policies that could make a difference." - (MARTIN HOFFERT, interview, Aug. 22, 2007)
"Many scales of climate change are in fact natural, from the slow tectonic scale, to the fast changes embedded within glacial and interglacial times, to the even more dramatic changes that characterize a switch from glacial to interglacial. So why worry about global warming, which is just one more scale of climate change? The problem is that global warming is essentially off the scale of normal in two ways: the rate at which this climate change is taking place, and how different the "new" climate is compared to what came before." - (ANTHONY D. BARNOSKY, Heatstroke: Nature in an Age of Global Warming)
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