You Can’t Disprove Something That Hasn’t First Been Proven

Al Gore weighs in on the veracity of Global Warming while half of America is freezing their asses off under five feet of snow.

As it turns out, the scientific community has been addressing this particular question for some time now and they say that increased heavy snowfalls are completely consistent with what they have been predicting as a consequence of man-made global warming.”

“Scientific Community” as in research scientists who rely on government grants to feed their kids in a recession, right Al?

Just remember folks:

  1. If it snows, it’s Man-Made Global Warming.
  2. If it doesn’t snow, it’s Man-Made Global Warming.
  3. The earth has often times been much warmer and much cooler than it is now but since we got here it’s our fault.
  4. Celebrities are experts on everything.

Gore said that increased moisture in the air – a result of global warming – can lead to increased snowfalls.

…and if the air is dry, or moist, or in between, it’s Man-Made Global Warming.

Oh, and don’t forget, Al Gore invented the internet.

19 thoughts on “You Can’t Disprove Something That Hasn’t First Been Proven

  1. You can’t argue with AGW zealots when every adverse weather circumstance is, in their view, caused by global warming–I mean climate change.

  2. As I’ve said before, he is the biggest hypocrite of all as he maintains his two 30000 sq ft mansions in TN and CA. He obviously is not concerned with water pollution or for that matter, the usual shortage of it in CA, as his Montecito estate has fountains, a huge swimming pool and 9 bathrooms. The TN property is just as obtuse.

    All purchased with the proceeds of the massive Ponzi scheme that he and his buddies a Goldman Sachs perpetrated on the American useful idiots.

  3. I would agree that if the earth were warmer, more water would evaporate, be carried by wind to colder regions, and dump tons of snow.

    There is no evidence the earth is warmer; quite the opposite.

    Doesn’t matter what the evidence shows. To the Faithful, EVERYTHING is proof of global warming.

    Those who doubt are at best Heretics to be scourged (with a genuine Roman scourge, if possible), at worst are Infidel.

  4. And don’t forget that Al was Segal’s model for Oliver in “Love Story”. That is, he was until the publishers suggested that the author add a female love interest to make the book more marketable since Narcissism wasn’t profitable back then.

  5. Al Gore’s legacy isn’t one I would want to own. His tarnished image is a self-inflicted wound. Yet, he keeps reloading the gun and pointing it at himself. He has become the clown prince of irrelevance – now if we could just get the media to understand what their audiences know.

  6. Word on the street is that ALGORE has been seeding the clouds from his Gulf5 as he travels between mansions.

  7. I know a GW believer. Talked to him earlier in January when the temperature was around 3 below zero. He said, with a straight face, that “we’ll have to deal with this all time now with Global Warming”. I decided not to debate him on how the warming of the earth would cause higher temperatures, not lower.

  8. If you ever talk to a conspiracy theory person, it’s just like this. When you really want to believe something, all evidence you see, is something that supports your theory.

  9. Debating these people is a waste of time. That’s just one more reason we have to select lawmakers very carefully.

    The Imperial EPA is attempting to rule by decree and slap huge energy taxes on us. Does anyone recognize the phrase “No taxation without representation”?

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  11. Looking at the spectrum of weather conditions that “prove” global warming/climate change/whatever they’re calling it today, I’m reminded that if something can’t be falsified or disproven, neither can it be proven.

    Ironically, the “standard theory” climatologists are refuting their own theory.

  12. My questions for AGW acolytes — what is the optimum temperature? And when was it achieved?

  13. AGW fans look out the window, see five feet of snow and a thermometer that shows it is -5F and turn then they turn their thermostats down to do their part to prevent “climate change”.
    What can you do with a person like that?

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