Headline at Rhode Island’s Warwick Advertiser:
Local woman presents global warming poster to village
Touching, isn’t it? Naturally, this presenting was prompted by warm gospeller Rev. Al Gore:
“When I saw Al Gore’s documentary, it inspired me to do something,” said Nebus.
Finally, snow. Kids were happy but some commuters weren’t quite as thrilled. With last week’s Tuesday night snow turning to ice and sleet all morning on Wednesday, then back to snow in the afternoon, roads were not at their best.
But it was the first significant snowfall in the area ...
Stanley P. Gershbein warned Nebus and others of “this frequently observed correlation ... known as the Gore Effect”. Why do these people ignore science? Meanwhile, Steve McIntyre follows Gore’s latest planet-circulating adventures:
Gore swept into Toronto yesterday using an environmentally controversially airline on Toronto Island - a service that is opposed by friends of Toronto’s waterfront (including myself.) The departing headlines read: Heed the Goracle.
Did the Effect manifest itself? Andycanuck emails:
Al Gore has hit Toronto and, surprise, surprise, a week that was forecast to be 3-4°C (about 1-2°C above average) as recently as 5 days ago has dropped to just below freezing and we’re getting a load of wet snow.
Columbia University exhibited no Gore Effect coldness, however. Must be a problem with the computer models.
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