On Wednesday, former U.S. Vice President Al Gore went on an unhinged rant on climate change at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Switzerland, claiming that people are creating “atmospheric rivers and rain bombs” and that the oceans are boiling.
“We are not winning. The crisis is still getting worse faster than we are deploying these solutions,” Gore said at the WEF summit.
Al Gore said that people’s actions had turned Earth’s atmosphere into an “open air sewer” for greenhouse gases.
“People are familiar with that thin blue line that the astronauts bring back in their pictures from space? That’s the part of the atmosphere that has oxygen, the troposphere, and it’s only five to seven kilometers thick. That’s what we’re using as an open sewer,” Gore said.
Gore then compared the global warming effects to the nuclear holocaust in Japan during World War II, which he claimed was making our oceans boil and creating rain bombs.
“We’re still putting 162 million tons [of greenhouse gas] into it every single day and the accumulated amount is now trapping as much extra heat as would be released by 600,000 Hiroshima-class atomic bombs exploding every single day on the earth,” he said.
“That’s what’s boiling the oceans, creating these atmospheric rivers, and the rain bombs, and sucking the moisture out of the land, and creating the droughts, and melting the ice, and raising the sea level, and causing these waves of climate refugees!” he continued.
Watch the video below:
Al Gore goes on unhinged rant, claims we're "boiling the oceans" and creating "rain bombs" and "sucking the moisture out of the land and creating the droughts and melting the ice and raising the sea level" pic.twitter.com/LKPzJHevBw
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) January 18, 2023
On December 13, 2008, junk scientist Al Gore predicted the North Polar Ice Cap would be completely ice-free in five years.
Gore made the prediction to a German audience on December 13, 2008. Al warned them that “the entire North ‘polarized’ cap will disappear in 5 years.” The Gateway Pundit reported on this at the time.
This wasn’t the only time Al Gore made his ice-free prediction. Gore had been predicting a dire scenario since 2007. That means that the North Pole should have melted completely 14 years ago today.
Junk scientist Al Gore also made the same prediction in 2009.
In January 2006, Al Gore pushed the theory that “within the next ten years, the world will reach a point of no return” and “a true planetary emergency” due to global warming.
Of course, this turned out to be nothing more than a lunatic conspiracy.
At least 8 Dire Predictions from Al Gore’s movie never occurred – not even close.
By Jim Hoft
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