(FreedomBeacon.com)- Al Gore, a former vice president of the United States, went off on a hysterical tirade about climate change on Wednesday at the WEF in Switzerland, saying that people are causing “atmospheric rivers and rain bombs” and that the oceans are boiling.
“We aren’t succeeding,” said the sad alarmist. Gore noted at the WEF meeting that the problem is getting worse more quickly than these remedies are implemented.
According to Al Gore, human activity has transformed the atmosphere of the Earth into an “open-air sewer” for greenhouse gases.
Gore asked if people know about “that slender blue line in the astronauts’ images taken from space?” Gore refers to the troposphere, which is five to seven kilometers thick and is the portion of the atmosphere that contains oxygen. “We are utilizing that as an open sewer,” Gore said.
Gore then asserted that the impacts of global warming were boiling our oceans and causing rain bombs, like the nuclear bomb in Japan during World War II.
He stated, “We’re still pumping 162 million tons of greenhouse gas into it daily, and the accumulated amount is now trapping as much extra heat as would be generated by 600,000 Hiroshima-class nuclear bombs exploding on the earth every single day.”
“That’s what’s boiling the oceans, causing these atmospheric rivers, the rain bombs, pulling moisture from the land, causing droughts, melting the ice, raising the sea level, and causing these waves of climate refugees,” he added.
Al Gore, the pseudoscientist, stated on December 13, 2008, that the North Polar Ice Cap would be entirely ice-free “in five years.”
Since 2007, Gore has been predicting calamities. Thus, 14 years ago today, the North Pole should have melted completely.
Al Gore, a pseudoscientist, stated the same thing in 2009.
Al Gore promoted that because of global warming, “over the next ten years, the world will reach a point of no return” and “a true planetary emergency.”
Of course, it later became clear that this was nothing more than the blathering of a loon.
In Al Gore’s film, at least eight dire predictions didn’t come true—not even close.