Maybe the reason for all this GW madness, Al's waist size. Read here. When the body is full the only place left for the fat to go is the head.

I hope it isn't our money Gore is spending. 300 million ad campaign to compete with a group of scientists "that wouldn't fill a telephone booth". He can't use science, proselytizers don't have any that works. He can't use models, they are inadequate. He can't use evidence there isn't any. He can't use facts, he's a politician. All that is left is charisma, money and bs. And he is overburdened with all three.

Demand Monckton's video be shown alongside AIT in schools that insist on showing Al's political gush in classrooms.
Read about it.
Buy it.
Interview where he suspects the Gore ad campaign is part funded by the Chinese and Indian governments.
A few deaf, dumb, blind, politically and financially motivated and research challenged people think I'm demented saying tinkering with co2 does s.f.a. and believing trees that transpire 8-10 times more vapor (the real GHG) than an equivalent area of sea have an enormous influence on climate. Here is the annual rate of deforestation as it was 9 years ago and since 2000. I wonder how much is left. I wonder how much cooling we can expect as a result? The more water vapor that is lost to the air, the greater co2's influence due to overlap in the absorption band, the more co2 we need. Co2 only moderates WV's action and compensates its loss to a small degree in the absence of WV. That is why it is freezing in deserts at night. Where is your cash better invested? Reforestation (save the planet and warmth) or co2 reduction (harm the planet and trigger an ice age).

Note these are rates per year.
Reference sites where I lifted the pics:

The statistics paint a grim picture. According to the World Resources Institute, more than 80 percent of the Earth’s natural forests already have been destroyed. Up to 90 percent of West Africa’s coastal rain forests have disappeared since 1900. Brazil and Indonesia, which contain the world’s two largest surviving regions of rain forest, are being stripped at an alarming rate by logging, fires, and land-clearing for agriculture and cattle-grazing.