When Al Gore Won the Nobel Peace Prize

When Gore Won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007, he claimed all the ice Arctic ice could melt by Sept 2014. Now a billionaire from selling carbon permits living in beach front properties.

When Al Gore Won the Nobel Peace Prize
The welfare of humanity is always the alibi of tyrants.

The quote by Albert Camus, a Nobel Prize winner himself came 50 years prior to one of the biggest fraudsters in modern history took the stage in Oslo Town Hall.

Former US Vice-President Al Gore accompanied with Rajendra Pachaurifn Co-Chair of the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) were jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.fn

In the 1970's the public had not fallen for the propaganda. Then sold as Global Cooling – not warming. Star Trek fans may recognise actor Leonard Nimoy who played Spock, warning of Ice Armageddon.

During the Great Roman Empire, actors were on the lowest rung in their social structure. Seen as selling themselves likes prostitutes, Romans understood well, people who lie for a living were not to be trusted.

Gore's acceptance speech firmly established the cult of Climate Scientism in the West's school curriculum. Up until then, climate scientists were not seen as "Scientists" but political hacks under the guise as environmental experts, working for lobbyists and private university donors. Academics with integrity who spoke out, found their faculty's funding stopped, along with their career progression.

Gore's Nobel Peace Prize Speech

In front of what many world renowned 'scholars and scientists'. Gore stood in Oslo Town Hall in 2007 and declared the Artic would melt within 7 years.

Video Transcript
"One study estimated that it could be completely gone during summer in less than 22 years. Another new study, to be presented by US Navy Researchersfnfn later this week, warns it could happen in as little as seven years. Seven years from now."

The BBC propaganda were quick to report the modelling work, citing Professor Wieslaw Maslowskifnfn at the Naval Postgraduate School's Department of Oceanography, Graduate School of Engineering and Applied Sciences in Monterey, California.

Professor Maslowski's analysis was used in Al Gore's acceptance speech at the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo Source: BBC
Professor Maslowski's analysis was used in Al Gore's acceptance speech at the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo Source: BBC

Artic Sea Ice in 2021

Currently, Arctic sea ice is still present. The Nobel Committee has not followed up with the Nobel Laurette regarding this. It's easy to verify the inconvenient truth.

Source: National Snow & Ice Data Center
Source: National Snow & Ice Data Center
Source: EU MET Ocean & Sea Ice
Source: EU MET Ocean & Sea Ice

The report Gore cited whilst accepting the Nobel Peace Prize used the month of September's figures. The month that coincides with the end of summer.

"It will be remembered as the greatest mass delusion in the history of the world – that CO2, the life of plants, was considered for a time to be a deadly poison."

Richard Lindzen, Professor Emeritus, Earth Sciences, M.I.T

Why Does Al Gore Continue to Lie?

Money and control.

Many of Gore's billionaire friends, also run the world's largest hedge-funds, personal investment vehicles and NGO's, who all make the largest donations to universities.

Academic papers are published to falsely guilt trip the school children, arm bad actors (many civil servants) and to sell the swindle of reliable energy resources from intermittent solar and wind power.

Why Al Gore Stonewalled his Mentor Professor Revelle

In the 1960's, Professor Roger Revelle asked a young Al Gore to help in the tabulation of carbon dioxide data. Gore used the study to push a book, win an Oscar winning movie, a Nobel Peace Prize and a $100 Million to further promote his agenda. But in 1991, Professor Revelle began to doubt his own theory on global warming.

Gore labelled Revelle senile and has refused to debate him. He has never publicly debated anyone since. When you hear the words "settled science" or "consensus science" and "experts say" investigate how they acquired their assets and earn their income.

Revelle began to see predictions derived from computer models were not to be trusted. We see it today with Imperial Colleges' Professor Ferguson's Covid-19 death model. Unconvinced that global warming was a problem, he knew the natural rate of warming and the additional amount expected from human greenhouse emissions were unknown.

His caution was correct. Ten years later it became apparent that warming was slowing down. Revelle reflected:

“The models used to calculate future climate are not yet good enough because the climate balancing processes are not sufficiently understood, nor are they likely to be good enough until we gain more understanding through observations and experiments. As a consequence, we cannot be sure whether the next century will bring a warming that is negligible or a warming that is significant.
Finally, even if there are a global warming and associated climate changes, it is debatable whether the consequences will be good or bad; likely some places on the planet would benefit, some would suffer.”

Singer, Revelle & Starr 1991.

New industries dealing in Carbon Permits have since been created. Policy initiatives such as the Paris Climate Accord, bind Western countries to remodel their nations energy supply to intermittant and unreliable sources such as solar and wind. China and India, quite rightly, pay only lip service. Instead building clean coal power stations at a greater pace.

Source: BP Statistical Review of World Energy June 2018 report
Source: BP Statistical Review of World Energy June 2018 report

Every other country in the world could switch to bird chopping, wind turbines for energy production and it wouldn't make a difference to CO2 emissions. China and India emit 5 times more CO2 than the EU and Russia combined.

Under President Trump's term the US actually decreased its CO2 emissions – while becoming energy independent through fracking.

Young children, who have a natural thirst for knowledge have been fed lies. Anyone with the audacity to apply critical thinking is publicly shamed. Teachers have no choice but to distribute climate scientism, which is now part of school syllabuses.

"You got the proof, but we got your kids.

Many low information, but well meaning Climate Activists are unaware the vast majority of the world's temperatures have never been and still are not recorded from weather stations but compiled and equated from data models.

What Happened to the IPCC Co-Chair Rajendra Pachauri?

Rajendra Pachauri, who stood alongside Al Gore in Oslo Town Hall was the former Chair of the UN funded IPCC in 2007. Within 3 years, he would have to defend the IPCC's incredible claim that the Himalaya's would melt within 25 years.

Himalayan Glaciers to Melt by 2035 Claim by the IPCC

In early 2010, an IPCC report claimed the Himalayan glaciers could melt away. Using an unverified quote from an email by Indian Glaciologist Syed Hasnain given to a New Scientist journalist that all the glaciers in the Central and Eastern Himalayas could disappear by 2035.

Despite the 10-year-old New Scientist report, the claim found its way into the UN's official IPCC Report.

The inclusion angered India’s Environment Minister, accusing the IPCC of being “Alarmist”. Pachauri denounced his own government as using “voodoo science” and lacking peer review. Adding that “we have a very clear idea of what is happening in the Himalayas.”

Lead Author of the IPCC Chapter, Murari Lal, told the New Scientist he rejected the notion the IPCC was off the mark on Himalayan glaciers. “The IPCC authors did exactly what was expected from them.”

“We relied rather heavily on non peer-reviewed literature, including the WWF report. The error, if any, lies with Dr Hasnain’s assertion and not with the IPCC authors."

Think about that.

Pachauri labelled his own governments' report as lacking peer review. When his own IPCC report used non-peer reviewed 10 year old email to a journalist.fn

These are the frauds working for the UN, dictating climate policy which limit energy supplies. Five years on from that embarrassment Pachauri, who never apologised for the Himalayan fiasco, resigned from the IPCC on 15th February 2015.

A day after sexual harassment, stalking and criminal intimidation allegations were made against him by a 29 year old Researcher working at The Energy and Research Institute (TERI) where Pachauri worked as Executive Co-Chairman.

Sexual Harassment Allegations Against Pachauri

The young female employee handed over several thousand electronic messages as evidence to New Delhi Police. Pachauri denied the allegations, claiming she had access to all five of his email accounts, files, personal correspondence and poems he had written. The Researcher said she constantly had to reject Pachauri’s “carnal and perverted” advances.

“On many occasions, Dr Pachauri forcibly grabbed my body, hugged me, held my hands, kissed me and touched my body in an inappropriate manner.”

From emails, Pachauri appeared enamoured with the woman:

“I have never felt so overwhelmingly in love as I have been with you, and even though you gave me so much pain, I will always be your well-wisher and carry beautiful memories of the joyous moments between us, limited as they might have been.”

“Please you are not to grab me or kiss me” the woman told Pachauri in one text. He replied:

“I wish you would see the difference between something tender and loving and something crass and vulgar.”

Through her lawyers, the woman told the Observer Newspaper, there was no truth to Pachauri’s claim that she hacked computers. Her lawyer, Prashant Mendiratta stated:

“There are emails, SMS messages and WhatsApp messages which categorically prove to the contradictory. It is a blatant lie being stated by Mr Pachauri.”

Second Sexual Allegation Against Pachauri

Another former employee of Pachauri, would then come forward alleging he sexual harassed her and other women – in her presence.fn New Delhi Police took no action after she registered her complaint – one year before the first allegation was filed.

The woman quit TERI in 2003 because of Pachauri’s alleged sexual harassment. She detailed the harassment she was subjected with in a five-page statement:

“Soon after I joined TERI and began interacting with Pachauri, he had renamed me with a sexually suggestive nickname. He said that this was a derivative of my official name and suited me far better.”

She mentioned another incident when she was on leave from work because of illness, Pachauri called and offered her a massage.

“He called me on my mobile number to ask why I was not in office. When I told him that I was suffering from a migraine, he said, "I give very good head massage… if you want I can give you a massage.”

Pachauri allegedly tried to proposition her with a lewd book.

“He suggested I could use his farmhouse to read in seclusion, and that he would like to join me for "discussions". He suggested we meet after work to discuss the novel. I told him that I would not go to his house and I found such suggestions by him very disturbing and unprofessional. When I went through the manuscript, I came across graphic descriptions of sex.”

New Delhi Police filed a sexual harassment complaint in court but the trial was never completed as Pachauri underwent heart surgery.