Sunday, February 18, 2007

Al Gore's SOS = wannabe the Earth God

Save our Selves?
In the midst of quite a long period of artic cold weather, in the middle of winter, February 2007, in the United States of America, Gore and the global warmer climate change gang have to pull something extravagant out of their biodegradable bags.

Out pops a musical international (global) concert tour.

Sing it again, "we're all global warmers now..."

Planned to be coordinated around the world on the date of 7/7/07, the we're all global warmers now group obviously expects that date to be hot.

Overly hot.

Surely they looked at the Old Farmer's Almanac to see what to expect that day.

How The Old Farmer's Almanac Weather Forecasts Are Made

Our weather forecasts are determined by the use of a secret formula (devised in 1792 by the founder of this Almanac, Robert B. Thomas), enhanced by the most modern scientific calculations based on solar activity, particularly sunspot cycles. We also analyze weather records for particular locales. We believe nothing in the universe occurs haphazardly; there is a cause-and-effect pattern to all phenomena, including weather. It follows, therefore, that we believe weather is predictable. You can read more about how we predict the weather.

Modesty requires, however, that we add this caveat: It is obvious that neither we nor anyone else has as yet gained sufficient insight into the mysteries of the universe to predict weather long-range with anything resembling total accuracy.

Al Gore Announces “Save Our Selves” Global Climate Crisis Campaign Concert - February 15, 2007
February 15, 2007 - California Science Center
Los Angeles, California USA

SOS-Save Our Selves is designed to trigger a mass-scale movement to combat our climate crisis. Our climate crisis affects everyone, everywhere. That’s who SOS is aimed at. The magnitude of the climate crisis makes it so that only a global response can begin to address it. SOS asks all people to Save Our Selves because only we can. SOS is more than a distress call. The most important part is how people respond. As we move forward, SOS will not only issue the call, but will provide the solutions individuals, corporations, governments and the world can use in answering it.

SOS will reach people in every corner of the planet through television, film, radio, the Internet and through Live Earth, which will bring together more than 150 of the world’s top musicians for 24-hours of music from 7 concerts across all 7 continents. Live Earth alone will engage an audience of more than 2 billion people. That audience, and the proceeds from the concerts, will create the foundation for a new, multi-year global effort to combat the climate crisis led by Vice President Al Gore.

Al Gore plans climate-change mega-concert
Thu Feb 15, 10:22 PM ET

LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Former US vice-president Al Gore and the producers of Live 8 plan to rock the world with top artists like the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Mana in a massive 24-hour global concert to save the planet from global warming.

Scheduled to take place at key capitals around the globe on July 7, Live Earth is expected to pull an audience of two billion people across multiple media -- live, online, by broadcast and on wireless devices -- Gore and the promoters said Thursday in a press conference.

Under the banner "Save Our Selves" -- SOS -- the mega-concert will be held "on 7/7/07 across all seven continents" aiming to trigger an international movement to combat global warming...

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