Why Doesn’t Al Gore Remember His Childhood?

Prior to 1955, 100 degree days in September were very common in Al Gore’s home state of Tennessee, but they almost never happen any more. During September, 1925 – more than one quarter of days were over 100 degrees.

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4 Responses to Why Doesn’t Al Gore Remember His Childhood?

  1. Pathway says:

    I doubt that Al left the Fairfax Hotel long enough to experience the September head in Tenn.

  2. CO2isLife says:

    Tony, I’d love to see you expand upon the following post isolating the impact of CO2 on the atmosphere. Your knowledge of data sets and the computer could really take this concept to a whole new level. The bottom line is, the data is there or all to see, it just is that no one is looking.

    Isolating the Impact of CO2 on Atmospheric Temperatures; Conclusion is CO2 has No Measurable Impact

    • GCsquared says:

      “The bottom line is, the data is there or all to see, it just is that no one is looking.”
      I’d guess that Tony knows that better than most.

      The typical believer reaction to counter-evidence is, “Well, that data looks right, but there must be something wrong with it because everyone else concludes the opposite, although I’m not smart enough to figure out what’s wrong with what you’re showing me, and don’t you even care about the planet?” This is related to the logical fallacy of argumentum ab auctoritatem, but is more properly identified as argumentum ab stupiditatis.

      If anyone knows how to rebut this, please let me know.

      There seems to be no way to counter it.

  3. Josh says:

    Rephrase the title as “Why don’t leftists remember their childhood.” Jerry Brown, Bette Midler, Mann, B. Clinton, Obama, etc, all do not remember their childhood.

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