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Al Gore: Supercomputers can sway global warming ways

11/20/2009 08:00 PM EST
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ShaneInAZ
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ShaneInAZ   12/16/2009 9:44:07 PM
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Al Gore is an opportunist fraud. Why is anyone giving him any airtime at all? Are the reporters as vacuous as they appear? Can't wait until Al Gore declares "Super Computers Source of Global Warming!!!"...

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petertod   11/24/2009 9:22:52 AM
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Al Gore is a liar like all our politicians. GW supposedly caused by carbon emissions is a convenient way to introduce the 'green taxes'. Ordinary people are going to pay for these lies. Here's a few inconvenient truths: - the earth has been warming for the past few hundred years; way before the industrial revolution. This is a natural event. - for the past 10 years the earth has been cooling despite India and China pumping out more carbon emissions than ever before. - the BBC constantly go on about the arctic ice cap melting, however, we never seem to hear about the antarctic ice cap thickening. - a recent study by an eminent Australian Scientist has shown that the biggest carbon emitter are volcanoes. Perhaps the Mr Gore should think about taxing volcanoes.

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alaiowa   11/23/2009 8:41:17 PM
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I can't believe all of these Super Computer types would listen to the hype of Al Gore and Global Warming. He is getting rich from creating fear and from his carbon credit business. Open your eyes, the earth warming is a natural cause due to cyclic effects from the sun and the cosmos.

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