Tag: Al Gore

Groundhog Predicts an Early Spring

  Happy Groundhog Day to all our readers!  Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow so we may expect an early Spring, if one assumes that a particular individual of Marmota monax has predictive powers in regard to weather.  Phil has an accuracy rate of 39% which I imagine is better than Al Gore’s weather related

Environmental Predictions and the Goracle

  Well, Central Illinois is experiencing its worst blizzard in many a year, and I am snowbound at home, dictating bankruptcy petitions and working on my taxes.  We are keeping warm and toasty at stately McClarey Manor by occasionally tossing a copy of Al Gore’s tome, Earth in the Balance,  into the fireplace.  This exercise in heating

The New Paganism: Climate Change

The Pagans are coming out of the woodwork, or more properly named, coming out of the ice sculpture. What is turning into an annual event in Fairbanks, Alaska, a frozen ice sculpture of Al Gore, or what the locals call “Frozen Gore”, was unveiled. Steve Dean sculpted the two-ton ice block in tribute to Al