Hour-long documentary debunks global warming advocates and reveals startling information about manipulated data and hypocritical behavior of Al Gore
by Larry Simons
January 15, 2010
Watch Weather Channel founder John Coleman’s documentary on the Global Warming hoax. One hour long [total] broke up into 5 parts [indicated below].
Segment 1: Carbon dioxide, CO2, does not cause significant warming of the Earth
Segment 2: The amazing story of how Al Gore and the U.N. became involved in global warming
Segment 3: The global warming frenzy is full of dire predictions. This segment debunks them
Segment 4: Breaking news! Climategate comes to the United States
Segment 5: John Coleman's summation of the global warming debate
The best segments are segments 3 and 4. In segment 3, Coleman interviews Lord Christopher Monckton, who shows a clip from Al Gore’s 2006 film An Inconvenient Truth where it shows Gore showing a simulated mock graphic of the coastlines of San Francisco Bay, Florida and Manhattan being wiped out by rising sea levels in the event of “global warming” [Gore predicts sea levels will rise by 20 feet].
Monckton then reveals that in the very same year that Gore released the film, he bought a 4 million dollar condo in San Francisco, just feet from the ocean at Fisherman’s Wharf. Lord Monckton then says, “He [Gore] didn't believe his own prediction.” Quite great!
Read here about Gore’s San Francisco Bay condo that would be underwater if his own prediction came true. Here is a map showing the location of Gore’s condo and where the water would reach in Gore’s scenario [I mean, LIE] . I hope ole Al bought a lot of scuba gear!
The most disturbing part of the film is in segment 4 where Coleman talks to computer programmer E. Michael Smith, who reveals that the US temperature data set [the one that the government uses to proclaim that so and so month or so and so year is the 5th warmest/4th warmest, etc.. on record]. Smith reveals that those proclamations are based on bad data because he says cold thermometers have been removed from the temperature data series.
Smith says that there used to be about 6,000 thermometers [around 1970] in the temperature data series [meaning: 6,000 points around the globe where temps are measured], but around 1989 or 1990, the number of thermometers had plummeted to about 1,500. Smith says that temps were still being recorded in some areas where thermometers had been deleted, but when the temperature measurements went to the National Climate Data Center, they dropped it from the data set.
Smith says that in most places where the thermometers had been deleted were in cold areas like the Sierra Nevadas. So, when world temps are currently being calculated and government agencies say “2009 is the 5th warmest on record”, they are not lying per se, they may just be getting these calculations from the available thermometers that have not been deleted from the data set. In other words, they are not including the temperatures in cold places like the Sierra Nevadas, that way, they can claim they are not lying, but they are only giving us readings for 1,500 thermometers, not 6,000. In reality, global temps are much cooler because of the deleted thermometers, which would naturally distribute inaccurate data.
The question is, who is deleting these thermometers from the data set? I have a feeling if you followed the money, you’d find the answer.
Watch segment 4, it’s quite alarming.
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