Gore Effect Strikes Washington Again

The House Science, Space and Technology Committee is holding a hearing tomorrow on the IPCC process.

ScreenHunter_198 May. 28 20.00 Full Committee Hearing – Examining the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Process | Committee on Science – U.S. House of Representatives

 

The forecast for DC tomorrow is cold and rain, almost 20 degrees below normal.

ScreenHunter_199 May. 28 20.03

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35 Responses to Gore Effect Strikes Washington Again

  1. How many PhD’s does it take to screw in a light bulb? Just say’n!

    • Dave N says:

      They each have their own experiences and points of view about the IPCC process. I just hope the committee actually listens properly, and takes the appropriate action.

    • stewart pid says:

      There will be more screwin’ the pooch than light bulb screwin’ going on 😉

    • Sparks says:

      They don’t bother with screwing light bulbs, they have important work to do. Just say’n!

      • The point is, the jig is up on global warming. Having these academicians come to testify before a Congressional committee is as farcical as . . . well having them screw in a light bulb. Come to think of it, screwing in a light bulb is arguably a better use of their time. Nothing they say is going to alter the rules of the regime or their minions’ minds in Congress. We have a lawless government that will do and say anything to further encumber the economy. Why?

        • Sparks says:

          Oh.. don’t I know it lol. My point is… by “important work to do” screwing people rather than a light bulb. 🙂

    • gator69 says:

      “One to get the funding for the bulb, one to observe and record the changing of the bulb, one to consider the theoretical implications of the change, and one to write it all in understandable prose; one to edit the journal to which the first four send their manuscript, and two more to review the manuscript; no more than half a dozen to read the paper after it’s published, and with luck one more to teach about the change to the next generation of students – but the light bulb will undoubtedly be changed by a grad student.”

      I only wish I could take credit. 😉

  2. Shazaam says:

    That’s OK. Put the laughingstock-in-chief under enough lights and whisper “impeachment” in his ear and he’ll be shinin’ fine for the cameras.

    • Gail Combs says:

      If you impeach him you get Biden, who can then go on to run for a ‘second term’ as a standing president…. And almost all standing presidents get voted back in.

  3. Anthony S says:

    It figures, that I just took out the fan for the summer.

  4. Colorado Wellington says:

    Let’s pray this cold and rain won’t do damage to the White House Organic Farm. The American people petitioned the President and the First Lady and their wishes were graciously heard:

    We, the people, respectfully request that an organic farm be planted on the grounds of The White House, at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington, DC.

    http://www.thewhofarm.org/petition

    Americans are used to adversity but a climate change-related setback to this national effort would be felt all over the land. Denier and believer families would set aside their differences and gather once again in the public square to pray for a speedy recovery of the afflicted herbs and vegetables.

  5. Morgan says:

    They should have the IPCC meetings in Death Valley and say it’s Stockholm

  6. There Is No Substitute for Victory. says:

    I hope that the House Staff turn all the Congressional air conditioners down as low as they’ll go and then peg the ventilation fans at their highest setting. Then pass out funeral home fans and install ice baths so that no one in the hearing room gets a heat stroke.

  7. Brian G Valentine says:

    Tol and Pielke Sr. are too weak. Congressional hearings need some people to stand up and assert firmly that AGW is junk science that has caused moire waste and damage than any other fraud in recorded history.

  8. geologyjim says:

    The only person they need to hear from is Donna Laframboise

    She’s gotten the IPCC’s number from the get-go, and can cite it chapter and verse

    The IPCC “process” is nothing but political posturing and action-planning, disguised behind a thin veneer of half-baked science-y sounding blather, stroked and trumpeted by willing accomplices in the international media friends’ club, and willingly championed by big-bucks NGOs and crony capitalists who stand to benefit greatly from inane “sustainable” and “renewable” energy scams

    T’would be great if Oppenheimer were asked “How is it that global temperatures declined significantly 1940-1975 while CO2 rose dramatically if, as all IPCC climate models forecast, CO2 is such a major controlling factor in global warming/climate change/weather wierding?”

    • Brian G Valentine says:

      Even better, Oppenheimer should be asked if it acceptable to force unwanted “sustainable” shit on the unwilling at gunpoint.

  9. David says:

    I wonder if Al gets tired of being cold all the time? Seems like everywhere he goes its always cold.

  10. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Steven, for this information. Unaware of this hearing, I sent the Congressional Space Science & Technology the following message yesterday:

    Society appears to be at a dangerous cross-roads:
    1. AGW skeptics have won the climate debate.
    2. AGW believers retain more political power.
    This stand-off is potentially dangerous; Seething anger for sixty-nine years (2014 – 1945 = 69 yrs) of government deception could yet erupt violently:

    http://theinternetpost.net/2014/05/26/sade-why-cant-we-live-together/

    http://theinternetpost.net/2014/05/26/did-virtually-every-american-who-died-in-a-war-die-for-a-lie/

    The Congressional Space Science and Technology Committee, the United States National Academy of Sciences, and the United Kingdom’s Royal Society could reduce the chances of violent social disruption by telling the public the truth about the chaotic events in August 1945 that scared world leaders into forbidding public knowledge of the nuclear energy in cores of heavy atoms, some planets, ordinary stars, galaxies and the universe:

    Click to access CHAOS_and_FEAR_August_1945.pdf

    Social disruption might be avoided if the public knew world leaders had reason to fear the world might be destroyed, as Aston had warned in the last paragraph of his 1922 Nobel Prize Lecture.

    With kind regards,
    – Oliver K. Manuel

    cc: The Congressional Space Science and Technology Committee, The United States National Academy of Sciences, The United Kingdom’s Royal Society

    • omanuel says:

      The title of my message to the Congressional Space Science and Technology Committee: “Tell the Public the Truth about August 1945”

  11. philjourdan says:

    And LOVING it! (I am just south of that festering boil). We are having a very cool spring. And the temperature is not bad either! 😉

  12. I lived in coastal Maryland for 5 years. This time of year is the hottest and should be reaching into the 90s daily.

  13. Andy DC says:

    Today at 3 PM, everyone in the DC area is in the mid to upper 50’s, except for National Airport which is 61. They must keep a match under the thermometer.

    Also rainy and miserable. At least it is not snowing, which normally happens when Gore is in town.

    • omanuel says:

      Andy,

      I do not know if my Higher Power has tits, tails, horns, wings or feather, but my HP certainly has a great sense of humor!

    • Gail Combs says:

      No match. Obama just orders that Air Force 1 be parked with it’s engine running and its exhaust pointed at that weather station.

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