The Gorebot and the mosquitoes

I’ve always figured that old Army journalist Al Gore took one look at the acclaim and money that greeted Michael Moore’s fraudulent documentary on 9/11 and said to himself, "Ah ha, I can do that!"

And he did. And his Oscar- and Nobel-winning Inconvenient Truth is as big a crock as Moore’s opus. But I missed the bit where Gore claims AGW will increase insect-borne diseases such as malaria. The example he used of mosquitoes fluttering their way to Nairobi is wrong. But, in the spirit of MM’s crockumentary, the Gorebot uses it anyway. Of course. Money and fame are the aim.

Meanwhile, for those who find the Gorebot too annoying to spend much time with, there are these hundred reasons why climate change is not man-made. And New Scientist’s rebuttal which, curiously, only addresses half of the hundred reasons. Ran out of space, I guess. On the Net?

0 responses to “The Gorebot and the mosquitoes

  1. Well, space on the Net also has its price, you know.
    I think I am starting to enjoy this more and more.
    If only such humongous amounts of money weren’t involved, it could have been the best ongoing comic serial of XXI century.

  2. ClimateGate has exacted a toll on it, whatever the NYTimes thinks. But I think it was Hugo Chavez’s standing O at Copenhagen that was the first stake in the vampire’s heart.

  3. ClimateGate has exacted a toll on it, whatever the NYTimes thinks. But I think it was Hugo Chavez’s standing O at Copenhagen that was the first stake in the vampire’s heart.