Man-made Global Warming Theory Looking Increasingly Foolish

Here’s CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers on the Lou Dobbs Show calling the whole idea, arrogant:

It’s snowing in the desert. It’s snowing in Las Vegas. It’s snowing in Malibu.

But according to Al Gore, the North Pole is going to disappear in five years. For a guy “who invented the internet”, he should know that in five years, conservative bloggers are going to have a lot of fun with that one.

Some are already having fun with him:

Something else for Al Gore to worry about:

I don’t know if anyone  else has noticed, but I have detected  a new crisis that I have named “the daylight change crisis”. I first noticed it sometime around the end of June this year. I started paying attention and created computer models and sure enough I was right! We are losing daylight at an astonishing rate. Each day we are losing approximately 2 minutes of day light and my computer models predict total darkness by next July.

Man-made global warming is not only not “settled science”, it’s quickly becoming a laughingstock.

More and more scientists are coming out to dispute the myth:

Scientists skeptical of the assertion that climate change is the result of man’s activites are criticizing a recent Associated Press report on global warming, calling it “irrational hysteria,” “horrifically bad” and “incredibly biased.”

They say the report, which was published on Monday, contained sweeping scientific errors and was a one-sided portrayal of a complicated issue.

“If the issues weren’t so serious and the ramifications so profound, I would have to laugh at it,” said David Deming, a geology professor at the University of Oklahoma who has been critical of media reporting on the climate change issue.

Does Obama really want to jump on this bandwagon?


Hat tip: Gateway Pundit

UPDATE: (Dec. 21):

When will the horror end?

Richard Strimple of the American Thinker has an update to his alarming “Daylight Change Crisis” post. Birds have fled their habitats, insects can no longer be observed, and many mammals are near death staving in their dens. It’s really getting bad out there.