Climate Change Idolatry

It's funny how life works. Just yesterday I suggested that climate change believers were indulging in "idol" worshiping of the Earth or nature like some golden calf.

Then a democrat suggests that Al Gore is a "prophet."

Then Al Gore makes comments like these:
"I fully understand that Kyoto, as a brand if you will, has been demonized..."

"Our world faces a true planetary emergency. I know the phrase sounds shrill, and I know it's a challenge to the moral imagination."
Ok the "moral imagination" part is pretty standard fluff from a man with a liberal relativistic mind. But for him to use the word "demonized" and for people to start saying that he's a "prophet?"

It's hard not to see a religious dimension here, particularly since these people seem to be inviting it on.


  1. Haha, you've heard what else they call Gore right? The "Goracle"...

  2. Religiosity aside, what is your view of the climate change thing?

  3. Personally I believe it's either overblown or it's non-existent.

    I have that opinion for two reasons:
    -Global temperatures have lowered from 1945 to 1975 when CO2 emissions increased exponentially. No one can explain this.
    -Global temperatures have been significantly higher than they are today during a period of time called the "medieval warm" period. The earth didn't flood.
    Canada didn't turn into the Bahamas either.