CERN vs Al Gore

Posted by: Barthélemy Barbancourt

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The science is now all-but-settled on global warming, convincing new evidence demonstrates, but Al Gore, the IPCC and other global warming doomsayers won’t be celebrating. The new findings point to cosmic rays and the sun — not human activities — as the dominant controller of climate on Earth.

The research, published with little fanfare this week in the prestigious journal Nature, comes from über-prestigious CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, one of the world’s largest centres for scientific research involving 60 countries and 8,000 scientists at more than 600 universities and national laboratories. CERN is the organization that invented the World Wide Web, that built the multi-billion dollar Large Hadron Collider, and that has now built a pristinely clean stainless steel chamber that precisely recreated the Earth’s atmosphere.

“The theory will probably be able to account for somewhere between a half and the whole of the increase in the Earth’s temperature that we have seen in the last century,” Mr. Kirkby told the scientific press in 1998, explaining that global warming may be part of a natural cycle in the Earth’s temperature.

The Liberal press hates to admit that their cherished MMGW theories were all bullshit.

Al Gore thinks we should treat anyone that questions MMGW as a racist. I agree in reverse, I have decided to treat anyone that believes in MMGW as a moron and not worth my time. I refuse to sit quietly while they prattle on. The next time some jackass mentions Global Warming, call them out for the moron that they surely are.

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jk noreen
written by jokin , August 30, 2011

"CERN is the organization that invented the World Wide Web..."

Uhh, hold on their cowboy!

Clearly, these guys from CERN must be Nazi holocaust-, MMGW- and AlGore Internet Creating- Deniers.


Every last one of them!

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