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The Money and Connections Behind Al Gore's Carbon Crusade By Deborah Corey Barnes

Al Gore's campaign against global warming is shifting into high gear. Reporters and commentators follow his every move and bombard the public with notice of his activities and opinions. But while the mainstream media promote his ideas about the state of planet Earth, they are mostly silent about the dramatic impact his economic proposals would have on America. And journalists routinely ignore evidence that he may personally benefit from his programs. Would the romance fizzle if Gore's followers realized how much their man stands to gain?

Earlier this year Gore experienced a notable public relations debacle. The Tennessee Center for Policy Research, a state think tank, revealed that he was an energy hog. Public records show that Gore's Nashville mansion used in one month more than twice the electricity the typical American household uses in a year: His average monthly electric bill was more than $1,359. Moreover, Gore's household energy use increased after An Inconvenient Truth, his film about global warming, was released to ecstatic reviews.

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A renewable energy source designed to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions may be contributing more to global warming than fossil fuels, a study suggests.

Measurements of emissions from the burning of biofuels derived from rapeseed and corn have been found to produce more greenhouse gas emissions than they save.

Other biofuels, especially those likely to see greater use over the next decade, performed better than fossil fuels, but the study raises serious questions about some of the most commonly produced varieties.

Rapeseed and corn biodiesels were calculated to produce up to 70 percent and 50 percent more greenhouse gases, respectively, than fossil fuels.

The concerns were raised over the levels of emissions of nitrous oxide, which is 296 times more powerful a greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide.

Scientists found that the use of biofuels released twice as much as nitrous oxide as previously realized. The research team found that 3 to 5 percent of the nitrogen in fertilizer was converted and emitted.

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bet you are jnm, please stop doing drugs...no wonder you are so messed up.

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To the environmentalist who are flying in Learjets and driving Hummers: I'm going to repeat this because I think it's important but with a twist:

There once was a time in history called "The Little Ice Age". It lasted for over 400 years. And all the little people and animals starved and the grass became dormant. Many farmers went broke. Little by little the good sun melted the curse of the cold. But the big bad Americans had better ideas. They decided to make a deal with the wicked sun and all the evil auto and jet makers. They determined to make all the little people suffer by making them wealthy, melt the snow machines, and give them sunburns.

For now, we close the book and we'll continue the story another day.

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Care : ) I think a polar bear rug in the foyer of our new house would look marvelous.

Just Sayin'

Fawkin funny... I dont care who you are!!!

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Melting Arctic Opens Up Northwest Passage A fabled sea route above North America linking the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans has become a reality thanks to global warming.

Shorter sailing

The legendary passage was first navigated with great difficulty and using a relatively small ship by explorer Roald Amundsen in 1903 to 1906. Predictions for the opening of the Northwest Passage have ranged from 2012 to 2080 at their most conservative.

The Northwest Passage will make the trip 4,000 miles shorter for ships traveling between Europe and Asia, allowing them to avoid the Panama Canal.

Now this is a good thing for international trade!

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No JNM, he did not cause the extinction of the dinosaurs, Rumsfeld IS a dinosaur.

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Care, we want one too...I also hear the tenderloin is wonderful

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well there go our fuckin polar bears now!

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A U.N. panel on climate change has predicted that polar regions could be virtually free of ice by the summer of 2070 because of rising temperatures and sea ice decline, ESA noted.

Russia, Norway, Denmark, Canada and the United States are among countries in a race to secure rights to the Arctic that heated up last month when Russia sent two small submarines to plant its national flag under the North Pole. A U.S. study has suggested as much as 25 percent of the world's undiscovered oil and gas could be hidden in the area.

Environmentalists fear increased maritime traffic and efforts to tap natural resources in the area could one day lead to oil spills and harm regional wildlife

Just cant stand it...I am LOL:)

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