June 8, 2016

Bloody Inconvenient, that!

Huh? What? An inconsistency or factual anomaly in VP Gore's Oscar-winning film?

One of the evidences used by Al Gore in his Oscar winning and vacuous work An Inconvenient Truth is the shrinking Lake Chad. Gore shows a series of four images of Lake Chad on page 116 of his book. The pictures show the lake shrinking from about 25,000 square kilometers in 1963 to about 1,500 square kilometers in 2001. While largely debunked here and elsewhere it is has been a used canary of climate change by others pushing the narrative
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Well over a 100 years old, old news. In Winston Churchillís book The River War: An Account of the Reconquest of the Sudan, published in 1899 , Churchill specifically mentions Lake Chad. (This can be read for free online .) Following an account of a dust up between British and French forces in the small outpost of Fashoda in the Sudan, Churchill takes some time to describe how Northern and Central Africa was to be divided between the Europeans/Egyptians [...] and even Lake Chad, into which the Shari flows, appears to be leaking through some subterranean exit, and is rapidly changing from a lake into an immense swamp.

That 1897 Land Rover SUV emitted an unholy amount of hydrocarbons.

Deleterious Anthropogenic Warming of the Globe Posted by John Kranz at June 8, 2016 11:33 AM
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