(Big League Politics) – Former Vice President Al Gore on Thursday proudly discussed technology created by the Climate TRACE coalition to monitor those who are engaging in greenhouse gas emissions, Breitbart reported.
Gore has been a long-time climate change hoaxer, promising a German audience in 2008 that “the entire North ‘polarized’ cap will disappear in 5 years.” The climate activist predicted the same after taking a private jet to Denmark in 2009, citing ‘the science’ when he said “some of the models suggest that there is a 75 percent chance that the entire north polar ice cap, during some of the summer months, could be completely ice-free within the next five to seven years.”
Investigations by Big League Politics have determined the former Vice President’s doomsday scenario of a complete melting false, with both polar ice caps still reportedly present in November 2021, almost 9 years after the phony prediction.
Gore has entered the climate arena again, recently telling MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” that new technology can track the “identities” of those “responsible” for emitting greenhouse gases. He then said that government-sponsored “civil society activists” will hold them accountable.
“We get data consistently from 300 existing satellites, more than 11,000 ground-based, air-based, sea-based sensors, multiple internet data streams and using artificial intelligence,” Gore outlined. “All that information is combined, visible light, infrared, all of the other information that is brought in, and we can now accurately determine where the greenhouse gas emissions are coming from.”
“And next year we’ll have it down to the level of every single power plant, refinery, every large ship, every plane, every waste dump, and we’ll have the identities of the people who are responsible for each of those greenhouse gas emission streams, and if investors or governments, or civil society activists want to hold them responsible, they will have the information upon which to base their action and holding them responsible,” he added.