Ten years ago, Al Gore warned the North Polar Ice cap would be gone by the year 2013
When Al Gore told a German audience in 2008 that the ice cap on the North Pole would be gone in five years, many people were alarmed. It’s something he had been saying for years, and he somehow had enough credibility that lots of people took his words at face value. If he was right, it should be long gone by now… and yet somehow, it’s still there!
In fact, when 2013 did roll around, the polar ice cap was reportedly at its highest level since 2006. NASA satellite photos taken in August 2014 showed a 60 percent increase in the size of the polar ice sheet, reaching more than half of the size of Europe – a far cry from being completely melted. Shouldn’t the opposite be happening if global warming is real?
He has repeated some variation of this headline-grabbing prediction time and time again. In January 2006, for example, he said that “within the next ten years, the world will reach a point of no return,” emphasizing his belief that global warming could cause a “true planetary emergency.”
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