Environmental Gore, 10 Years Later

I know I’ve already drawn your attention to the 10th anniversary of Al Gore’s blockbuster world-changing film, An Inconvenient Truth, and done my best to help you contain your excitement. But, my, where does the time go, huh? But Gore is out this week saying the film “understated” the seriousness of global warming, but that there’s good news!

“But on the positive side, solutions are now being developed so quickly that there is real cause for hope and optimism,” Gore said.

He must mean things like expensive solar and wind power that account for less than 3 percent of the world’s primary energy.

I’m sure if the climatistas only get their message out in more popular culture, the public will rise up in a populist wave of enthusiasm and elect a thoroughly thermageddonite president, maybe with a name like Ronald Crump! I’m sure a few more great films likes Birdemic 2: The Resurrection (unquestionably one of the neglected classics of all time!) will do the trick. Here’s the key scene (about two minutes long). Enjoy!

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