An Inconvenient Global Warming Prediction … Al Gore Says North Pole Will Be Completely Ice Free in Next Five Years

 

AN INCONVENIENT NORT POLE PREDICTION …

More prediction  pearls of wisdom and “junk science” from the global warming master Al Gore. The “Goracle” predicted in the next five years that the North Pole would be completely ice free. He made this prediction in 2009. Oops.

Former Vice President Al Gore references computer modeling to suggest that the north polar ice cap may lose virtually all of its ice within the next seven years. “Some of the models suggest that there is a 75 percent chance that the entire north polar ice cap, during some of the summer months, could be completely ice-free within the next five to seven years,” says Gore.

 The full video can be found HERE. But wait, as the Gateway Pundit reminds us Al Gore has been bloviating these North Pole will be ice free rantings for years. Gore made the same predictions in 2008 and 2007 as well. So what is it Al? So when can we expect Santa Claus to replace the runners on his sleigh with wheels?



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  • Comments

    8 Responses to “An Inconvenient Global Warming Prediction … Al Gore Says North Pole Will Be Completely Ice Free in Next Five Years”

    1. nun on February 14th, 2011 10:05 am

      With all the hot air Algore is spewing, it could happen!

    2. akmom on February 14th, 2011 11:14 am

      Thanks for the heads up Al, just going to throw another log on the fire……..-43 F here this morning……

    3. Greg the Great on February 14th, 2011 6:16 pm

      You know all Gore invented the internet?

    4. NGBoston on February 16th, 2011 1:04 am

      #3- LMFAO, rolling off the chair, falling off table, etc.

      #2- AK Mom—-The Goracle has milked HIS INCONVENIENT TRUTH for millions, has he not. Have a nice warm cup of Cocoa with the fire.

      THE GORACLE = JOKE, big ugly, goofy one, too. Put your arse in your Prius Al (another joke as he and his new gf zip around in their matching Lincoln Nav’s)

      Oh,Al- what a Tool. But we still love you, Al.

      NOT!

    5. super dave on February 16th, 2011 8:19 am

      hey Al, we hear you’re already completely free of
      the large Tipper. i guess you weren’t able to warm her globe huh ?

    6. LaughingAtYouDummies on February 17th, 2011 4:18 pm

      So,you see… I’m laughing at all of you ignorant dreamers. If you don’t believe Al Gore, I guess you won’t believe the people who actually study the North Pole ice, firsthand, either! Dummies.

      http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/06/080620-north-pole.html
      _________________
      SM: So did we miss the news story where the north pole is sans ice? Be very careful who you call a dummie. I guess you missed all the national geographic stories in the 70′s of the ice age.

    7. Richard on July 14th, 2012 4:34 pm

      Rapid sea ice retreat in June

      July 5, 2012

      Arctic sea ice extent declined quickly in June, setting record daily lows for a brief period in the middle of the month. Strong ice loss in the Kara, Bering, and Beaufort seas, and Hudson and Baffin bays, led the overall retreat. Northern Hemisphere snow extent was unusually low in May and June, continuing a pattern of rapid spring snow melt seen in the past six years.


      Figure 1. Arctic sea ice extent for June 2012 was 10.97 million square kilometers (4.24 million square miles). The magenta line shows the 1979 to 2000 median extent for that month. The black cross indicates the geographic North Pole. Sea Ice Index data. About the data

      Credit: National Snow and Ice Data Center
      High-resolution image
      Daily data files

      Overview of conditions
      Arctic sea ice extent for June 2012 averaged 10.97 million square kilometers (4.24 million square miles). This was 1.18 million square kilometers (456,000 square miles) below the 1979 to 2000 average extent. The last three Junes (2010-2012) are the three lowest in the satellite record. June 2012 ice extent was 140,000 square kilometers (54,000 square miles) above the 2010 record low. Ice losses were notable in the Kara Sea, and in the Beaufort Sea, where a large polynya has formed. Retreat of ice in the Hudson and Baffin bays also contributed to the low June 2012 extent. The only area of the

    8. Glen on October 2nd, 2013 10:19 pm

      The poster can’t decide whether Al Gore predicted the Arctic WILL or MIGHT be ice free in 5 years.
      He did not predict either. He reported on a couple of predictions by others.
      __________________________________________________

      SM: Maybe rather than telling a lie, you would rather hear the words directly from the inventor of the Internet. When you try and scam people by stating others opinions and passing it off as fact, that is BS and so is Al Gore.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPLD8aylRiw

      Gore said that on Sept. 21, 2007, “scientists reported with
      unprecedented alarm that the North Polar icecap is, in their
      words, ‘falling off a cliff.’ One study estimated that it could be
      completely gone during summer in less than 22 years.
      Another new study to be presented by U.S. Navy researchers
      later this week warns that it could happen in as little as
      seven years, seven years from now.”

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