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Sun May 19, 2019, 10:47 AM

The Maldives Mystery: How Climate Deniers Misrepresent Scientific Findings

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Reply The Maldives Mystery: How Climate Deniers Misrepresent Scientific Findings (Original post)
Cold Warrior May 2019 OP
oflguy May 2019 #1
SatansSon666 May 2019 #2

Response to Cold Warrior (Original post)

Sun May 19, 2019, 06:27 PM

1. Show us ONE report that called Algore and the IPCC out in 2001 for these predictions

JUST ONE

About those global sea level predictions: Never mind
by EDITOR on December 30, 2010
Gore, Schwarzenegger, and the IPCC made their mark through their dramatic predictions of catastrophic sea level rise due to increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causing global warming. Gore once predicted that sea levels would rise by twenty feet over the century. Last year, Schwarzenegger unveiled a map showing world sea levels rising by 1.5 meters over the next century. In 2001, the IPCC predicted that sea level would rise by three feet over the next century. Their past predictions and the accurate satellite measurements are shown in the chart below:

Think of the right hand side of the graph as a cliff in tony Montecito, California. Imagine a lovely estate sitting at the top of that cliff. It belongs to Al Gore.
According to Gore’s predictions, sea levels would suddenly and apocalyptically rise (see the black line) until his hillside estate became ocean front property. Unfortunately for Al, he can still peer over the edge of the abyss and barely see the ocean waaaaaay down there at the bottom of the cliff (see the red line).
Al Gore, real estate genius.

https://www.ihatethemedia.com/global-sea-level-predictions-never-mind

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Response to Cold Warrior (Original post)

Sun May 19, 2019, 11:51 PM

2. Doesn't matter. Al Gore and Arnold Schwarzenegger say different.

According to reply #1 anyway.
Talk about the point going clear over someone's head.

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