Hey Al Gore … More Global warming … Coolest April in 11 Years


Hey Al Gore … far be it from some climate facts getting in the way of your Global_coolingglobal warming agenda. As reported by NOAA, that right wing organization, April 2008 was the coolest on record in 11 years. Could it possibly be that this is just nature acting in a cyclical manner? Do you really think that man is any match to the power of nature?

The average temperature in April 2008 was 51.0 F. This was -1.0 F cooler than the 1901-2000 (20th century) average, the 29th coolest April in 114 years. The temperature trend for the period of record (1895 to present) is 0.1 degrees Fahrenheit per decade.

April also ranked the 29th coldest since record keeping began 114 years ago

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  • Comments

    12 Responses to “Hey Al Gore … More Global warming … Coolest April in 11 Years”

    1. FL on May 10th, 2008 2:01 am

      Are you really that simple to look at one month only ? Never heard of fluctuations ? If you use the graph in the blue box, you’ll see the mean temperature increased in the last 100 years in the US.

    2. PAULUS IS A KILLER on May 10th, 2008 10:08 am

      “the planet has a fever”

      errrrrrrrrrr… gore gives me a fever and chills and vomiting
      SM: Could use some robots in the forum lately ;) (klaasend)

    3. Mr. Sustainable on May 10th, 2008 11:56 am

      The last time I checked, ice cools the water which surrounds it as it melts. Just as predicted, the polar ice caps are melting at record rates. It only makes sense that the billions of gallons of cold, fresh water which used to exist as ice would cool the oceans as they melt. NOAA’s results make perfect sense.

    4. Mick on May 10th, 2008 1:20 pm


      What a coincidence, the source of 99.999999999% of energy on earth has something to do with it, who woulda thunk it.

    5. murph on May 10th, 2008 3:24 pm

      Al Gore world -if it gets hot(global warming) if it gets colder(global warming) it does not matter to him because he will claim GW did it and could be either GW in his book. I see another Nobel Peace Prize coming soon and it only took carbon credits to save the planet!

    6. Miss-Underestimated on May 10th, 2008 8:56 pm

      3. Are those the same polar ice caps that Al used in his untruth? The same ones stole from the day after?

    7. Scarrlett on May 11th, 2008 3:54 am

      It`s a shame how the messenger always gets picked apart.

      Thank goodness for this man and his quest to raise awareness to our children. Yep,thats who needs to know. This is who it affects.

      Left up to the doubters this melting would be pushed father under the rug and what little progress has been made would not exist.

      I think it`s the term warming that throws a lot of people. Comments 1 and 3 are right on target.Hey, I bet this would throw Obama for a loop!!

    8. Scared Monkeys on May 11th, 2008 7:20 am

      Do not get me wrong, do I think its important to be more green? Yes, I do. Do I think conserving resources and giving people options are the right thing of alternative energy, YES!.

      Do I think its important to make sure our society is cleans and avoid using plastics as much as possible, yes.

      Do I think that man is responsible for any aspect of increases or decreases in climate change, NO!

      The power of nature far exceeds anything that man could ever do. Of course that is a fundamental difference between the blame human crowd and cyclical environment people. Those that blame man, thing that they are the center of the universe.

      Where was man when the ice age hit? Did Fred Flintstone own a factory that polluted the air that I was unaware of?

      In all seriousness, this country needs an ENERGY plan. A serious one that combines alternative, Hydro, coal, Nuclear and more Oil Refineries. There needs to be conservation as well, but not being held hostage by environmental wacko’s who would have us be living like back in the stone age.

      This is a serious discussion that needs serious people. Not politicians pandering to all their lobbyists.

      We need to ween ourself off of foreign oil. This should have been started 20 or 30 years ago. Think where we would be today if it had.

      However, you must walk before toy run.


    9. murph on May 11th, 2008 11:25 am

      Al Gore was offered $800,000 to debate the Global Warming facts but refused and says the debates are over. I to believe we should conserve and go to cleaner fuel however I think Al Gore is a fraud. Remember he invented the internet!

    10. SUPER DAVE on May 12th, 2008 9:50 am

      all i can say is that the earth didn’t create smog & exhaust fumes, fallout from factories, sludge & chemicals being drained into our water supply. man is solely responsible for this mess. it has been proven that humans will destroy their own environment.
      as for al gore, well ?

    11. bob on May 12th, 2008 2:56 pm

      Super Dave, Do you know that the American Indians, 500 hundred years ago, called the Los Angeles area “The Land of Smoke?”

    12. Alesia on January 12th, 2009 6:55 pm


      Are you people blind dea. How can we be going into an ice age when most of the ice is melting into the ocean. This is from NASA and I’m assuming they know a little more than you bumkins.

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