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Another ‘failed’ global warming prediction

Look I would be absolutely delighted if they could just get the weather right for the weekend, but climate alarmist demand we must believe their predictions of what will happen years down the road if we don’t rein in CO2 emissions.

Well, let’s take look at another of Al Gore’s failed predictions from his book An Inconvenient Truth. Gore predicted that the US would need to rename Glacier National Park because there would be no glaciers by 2012.

Gore wrote:

“I climbed to the top of the bigger glacier in this park with one of my daughters in 1997 and heard from the scientists who accompanied us that within 15 years all of the glaciers throughout the park will likely be gone.”

Earlier this year the Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center announced that the park’s 26 glaciers are doing fine and in fact, they removed signs telling people they would be gone by 2020, hoping nobody would notice.

READ: An Inconvenient Truth: Gore Proven Spectacularly Wrong on Glacier National Park

And this isn’t Al Gore’s first failed prediction. During his Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech in 2007, Gore said the Arctic ice would be gone in seven years or by 2014.

So let’s check out how that prediction went (notice how the ice cap actually grew between 2012 and 2014) despite increasing CO2 emissions:

Showing the dramatic increase in the size of the Polar Ice Caps between August 29, 2012 and August 29, 2014.
Base image University of Illinois Cryosphere project

READ: Myth of arctic meltdown: Stunning satellite images show summer ice cap is thicker and covers 1.7 million square kilometres more than 2 years ago…despite Al Gore’s prediction it would be ICE-FREE by now: Daily Mail

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