Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Mother Nature mocks global warming fear promoters!

[Note: The "Gore Effect" has a long and storied history. What follows is a sampling of how Mother Nature enjoys mocking global warming fear promoters. 1) First October snow since 1922 blankets London as global warming bill debated - October 2008 # 2) Global Warming Vote on Snowy Day in Washington - Senate committee debates expensive climate change bill snow blanket D.C. - December 2007 # 3) HOUSE HEARING ON 'WARMING OF THE PLANET' CANCELED AFTER SNOW/ICE STORM - February 2007 # 4) NOT AGAIN! DC 'Snow Advisory' Issued on Day of Congressional Global Warming Hearing - March 2007 # 5) Gore decries 'global warming' in bitterly cold NYC - December 2006 # 6) Gore delivers environmental message at Harvard - ...with near 125-year record breaking low temps - October 2008 # 7) Global warming activists urged to focus on Earth Day rallies and ignore snow as it 'piles up outside our windows' - April 17, 2007 # 8) No Joke! Cyclists 'braved freezing cold temps' to promote global warming awareness in New York - October 22, 2008 # 9) Global warming protest in Maryland frosted with snow - January 2008 # 10) Global warming rally in the snow - April 2007 # 11) Snow won't dampen global-warming rallies - April 2007 # 12) Brrr. - Obama to global warming demonstrators: 'This is probably not the weather to hold up those's a little chilly today' - October 28, 2008 # 13) Global Warming Awareness Walk Braves Snow Storm - March 2007 ]

Not again! Global warming rally in DC faces unusual November snow and cold - 'Gore Effect' - November 17, 2008
Washington DC Forecast as of 11am ET November 17, 2008
TodayIsolatedShowersHi 48°F
TonightChanceRain/SnowLo 33°F
TuesdaySlight ChcSnowHi 43°F

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Rally for Climate Action Now! - On Capitol Hill Tuesday November 18, 2008 - Sponsored by Chesapeake Climate Action Network
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Meena Raman, Chair, Friends of the Earth International
Adam Taylor, Senior Political Director, Sojourners
Nia Robinson, Director, Environmental Justice and Climate Change Initiative
Bracken Hendricks, Center for American Politics
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