Al Gore: The un-credible man

Alex Pongratz

Al Gore is not an environmental expert of any sort, despite what he wants you to believe. So how does Al Gore get so much credibility for his documentary, âÄúAn Inconvenient Truth?âÄù The answer lies in fear. Gore scares the worldâÄôs people into believing the Earth is doomed because of human activity and wants us to believe we must take drastic action now in order to save our planet. Be sure to buy carbon credits from GoreâÄôs company, Generation Investment Management. Wake up everybody. Global warming is not the end of the world; it is a money-making deal Al Gore is cashing in on. He is not an expert; he is a scam artist. GoreâÄôs documentary is losing credibility in the scientific community, too. Environmental scientists cannot even reproduce the infamous hockey stick graph that makes it look like EarthâÄôs temperatures are rising to catastrophic levels. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is even starting to doubt the credibility of the chart. In the documentary, carbon dioxide is cited as âÄúthe most important of the so-called greenhouse gases.âÄù Water vapor has a larger impact on EarthâÄôs temperatures than carbon dioxide ever will. Al Gore has influence âÄî I cannot argue with that. But is he credible? Absolutely not. IâÄôll give you one man that has done his research and has his facts straight: global warming expert and chief policy adviser for the Science and Public Policy Institute Lord Monckton, former adviser to Margaret Thatcher. If you wish to know the facts about global warming, join CFACT at the Coffman Union Theater on Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 6 p.m. and hear Monckton present the truth. Alex Pongratz Vice president of CFACT