Thursday, March 13, 2008

Do Gore and the Nobel Committee know?

From Green Bay, Wisconsin’s Press Gazette comes news that'll be tough sledding for Al Gore and the Nobel Committee ideologues. The paper reports:

So far this snow season (through March 12) Green Bay has received 80.3 inches of snow.

This is the first time in Green Bay’s modern-day weather history that more than 80 inches of snow has been measured (117 years of snowfall data).

Normal seasonal snowfall is 53.1 inches, the National Weather Service in Ashwaubenon reported. …
The entire Press Gazette’s report is here.

Question: Who can best solve the problem of record snow in Green Bay: Hillary or Obama?

One thing’s for sure: McCain and the GOP won’t do anything about it.

Hat tip: Instapundit


Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, McCain believes that Gore is correct on the global warming theory. The difference between the two is McCain thinks modern technology can ameliorate the problem. McCain has some convincing to do if he wants my vote.
Tarheel Hawkeye

Anonymous said...

John -

FYI - Global temperatures have not risen for the past ten years, and more than that are almost uncorrelated with CO2. This madness about global warming and the role of CO2 in it seems to me to be contemporary liberalism's way of destroying Western civilization.

Your readers should go to this site to see a simple explanation of the temperature record since 1979, and of the correlation (or lack thereof) between CO2 and global temperatures:

Jack in Silver Spring