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  2. Posted by Rookie2.0, at Reply

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  3. Posted by Narwhocalypse, at Reply

    Al Gore is a scumbag.

    • Posted by Narwhocalypse, at Reply

      Ex Animus Is it fun to you to hurl personal attacks at random people who disagree with you? Al Gore said a lot of things in An Inconvenient Truth… A lot of lies. Among other things, he predicted that all of arctic ice caps would melt in 2014, he said that Hurricane Katrina was man-made, polar bears were dying, and that it has caused more severe tornadoes. All lies. One thing that has increased? His wealth. I find it funny how some attack the intelligence of others, just to allow themselves to be spoon fed lies by a man just trying to increase his wealth. It’s sad, really.

    • Posted by Narwhocalypse, at Reply

      Jeez, reading your comment physically hurt. You saying “ROFL” 3 times in one paragraph, fully caps locking every 5 words, and using abhorrent grammar isn’t really helping you convey yourself as an intellectual. You know what another word for “exaggeration” is? Lying. It doesn’t matter that he isn’t the richest man in the world. You can’t just say that since other politicians do things like him, that his actions are justifiable. The polar bear population has actually been increasing over the years, but you wouldn’t know that because you wouldn’t bother doing research. Though it’s still up for debate how much the Earth’s temperature is heating (and what percentage is caused by man) but there is no respectable person who would call it rapid. The chunk of ice that broke off recently was proven by scientists to not have been caused by climate change. Get educated, stop allowing yourself to be fed moronic *lies*.

    • Posted by Narwhocalypse, at Reply

      Ex Animus Pro tip: If you want to get your points across efficiently, you should try using proper grammar. I have to read your statements twice or even three times over in order to understand what you are saying because you fail to punctuate properly. Again, you resort to personal attacks. Calling me kid, child, boy, idiot, and moron don’t help your point and really just hurt your credibility, especially considering your illiteracy. I never once claimed that the climate was not gradually heating or that humans do not have an effect on it. To say that I had to admit to it is intellectually dishonest, and again, hurts your credibility. It is absolutely still up for debate how much of an effect that humans have on the climate. There are many varying data points and percentages going around and there has yet to be an absolute number. I brought up Gore because he is what my original comment was about and you defended him in your earlier comment. And what’s your fixation on the word “snowflake”?

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    • Posted by the internet, at Reply

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  6. Posted by The MAGA Homie, at Reply

    Ayo fam, cherry-picked “facts” presented with a bias = Propaganda a.k.a. FAKE NEWS!!!!

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  8. Posted by Browser unknown, at Reply

    More lies and fake news from TYT. What else is new ? Also, Al Gore’s movie did terrible in the box office.

    • Posted by Hopelessly Hopeful, at Reply

      Browser unknown Compared to a Marvel movie it did bad, but for a documentary, it did really well.Its like comparing apples to puppies, they arnt in the same category.

    • Posted by quaxk, at Reply

      It barely made a million. I guarantee you the marketing alone cost 10x that.

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  10. Posted by The Official 4th Reich, at Reply

    THE ZIONIST ELITE DO NOT CARE ABOUT CLIMATE JUST DRAINING COUNTRIES AND LEAVING THEM TO DIE

    • Posted by The Official 4th Reich, at Reply

      Just ask europe and soviet russia

    • Posted by The Official 4th Reich, at Reply

      Immigration and refugees are just cheap labor for them to exploit they do not truly care about those people. Its all about money and the banks control the show especially the federal reserve it bought off the government. The government changes stances when people catch on to their tricks then they try new tactics

    • Posted by NoFace, at Reply

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    • Posted by Synerrox เ, at Reply

      Official? I doubt that lol

  11. Posted by Zenn Exile, at Reply

    Our Economy is based on scarcity and slave labor. Climate change increases scarcity and lowers the threshold for willing slavery conditions. And it doesn’t hurt that most of the impoverished people on the planet will die. Climate change is a cure for Poverty. A permanent one.

    • Posted by cobraglatiator, at Reply

      more like a cure for humanity.

  12. Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

    The 1# enemy of polar bears is republicans. Wait the 1# enemy of anything is republicans.

    • Posted by music fan2, at Reply

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      w.t.f? must be from California. I think the men’s club have just crossed you off the list. Go on have a laugh (comment wasnt meant to offend).

    • Posted by Narwhocalypse, at Reply

      I guess Republicans are doing a bad job, since the polar bear population has increased. I think unborn babies have a different enemy…

    • Posted by sdrawkcabgnipytmi, at Reply

      Kevin
      What’s the number one enemy of republicans?

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      First lady Princest Ivanka
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  14. Posted by Andy T, at Reply

    Lie, blah blah lie, lie and lies

  15. Posted by Paul Swanee, at Reply

    It is simply amazing how little effort TYT puts into stories now. The Artic Oil effort is suing against drilling by Norwegian company Statoil. However if you spent just 5 minutes to research the purpose of Norwegian oil,  you would recognize that Statoil revenue pays for nearly all renewable development in Norway. If you prohibit Statoil from drilling, they don’t make any money and therefore there is no government fund to pay for cheap renewables, electric cars and more efficiency in Norway. Your organization has illustrated a complete lack of ability to investigate a whole story.

    • Posted by Synerrox เ, at Reply

      They don’t need to expand drilling operations to maintain a healthy profit, genius. If more money was needed for renewable that could come from other sources as well. Giving companies the rights to drill in the arctic kinda defeats the purpose of trying to make the earth a better place.

    • Posted by Paul Swanee, at Reply

      +Synerrox I don’t think you quite appreciate how much money we are talking about. The Petroleum Fund of Norway is government pension with $958 Billion in it. What other source did you have in mind to provide a pension of over $900 billion? If companies don’t continue to drill and make money, the pension will run out eventually.

    • Posted by Lasse Idsøe, at Reply

      Except this is entirely not true. Almost all the green tech companies in Norway are profitable, and by a large margin.

    • Posted by caitiff52, at Reply

      Paul Swanee. The whole reason the Government Pension Fund of Norway was created in the first place was because the Norwegian government understood that one day the oil will dry up. The oil revenues aren’t used to pay pensions directly. They are invested, and part of the accumulated profits from those investments are used to pay for benefits, without eating into the capital.

    • Posted by Synerrox เ, at Reply

      Do you think norway only has one industry to tax? Anyways, when you’re talking about profits from oil companies you’re ignoring that climate change, which is caused by fossil fuels, will have an astronomical cost of trillions of dollars. Norway will probably not be the country that suffers the most, but it will suffer tremendously.

  16. Posted by Hopelessly Hopeful, at Reply

    The nearest theater playing an inconvenient sequel is an hour away! I’m so sad, I don’t have the means to travel that far for a movie. But I’ll definitely buy it as soon as it becomes available.

    • Posted by Frankish Empire, at Reply

      Womans march only once a year….

    • Posted by nexus1g, at Reply

      You’d think if Al Gore really cared about the environment rather than his bank account, he’d provide it for free online so as many people could see it without having tens of millions of people driving fossil-fueled vehicles a total of trillions of miles to go see it.

    • Posted by larry ship, at Reply

      nexus1g Al Gore is a hypocrite

    • Posted by Hopelessly Hopeful, at Reply

      nexus1g Driving cars isn’t the issue, it’s switching to renewables and using less animal products that will have the biggest impact. It dosnt really matter if I spend an extra two hours driving my car, given the hundred thousand already on it. It’s not what I do today that matter, but what I do tomorrow and for the rest of my life that really matters

  17. Posted by Claystead, at Reply

    Okay okay okay, let me interject as a Norwegian liberal. This court case is FAR more complicated than whatever the Greenpeace stooges seems to have told you. Let me begin with the climate part it being the key issue here and also one that has divided my party in whether support the opening of new fields or not; the oil that will be sold from the drilling will have all its releases of Co2 outweighed by us purchasing carbon credits with our budget surplus. It is cheaper for us to do this than to not drill, which I will explain in a little bit. Secondly, the reef is not believed to be threatened. Even the closest platform would be several hundred miles offshore, and because of the way currents work here, any spill would be contained to the relatively calm and mercifully short of birds White Sea, where it could be cleaned up with relative ease. Remember, an oil spill does almost no damage beneath the surface, because oil floats, so the underwater marine life will not be threatened to any significant degree. We would know exactly how much if the geniuses in my party’s new leadership hadn’t used leverage within the government coalition to sabotage the risk assessment report as part of a pander to environmentalist organizations such as Bellona. Now, to the financial issues: my country is dependent upon oil and gas trade for maintaining a healthy level of GDP growth and fiscal fluidity. With the artificially low oil prices caused by NATO and OPEC to undermine the Russians, we _must_ expand drilling to balance our budgets. Failure to do so would cause our currency to plummet to new depths in value; just in a couple years the value has been almost halved by the Shale Crisis. Furthermore, with declining ability to support European exports via other fields, every day that passes without drilling operations expanding continues to undermine European energy independence and drive further countries into economic thrall to the Russians, who themselves have been drilling in the Arctic fields they strongarmed from us in 2005 with Greenpeace barely batting an eyelid.

    Finally, there’s the political issues. If Greenpeace should win the trial it will _not_ be welcomed by anything even approaching a majority of the Norwegian population; Greenpeace Norway only has a few hundred members, and the only two parties decidedly against the drilling project have a combined vote weight of less than 10%. Our September elections this year is seen as the referendum as to whether the Arctic drilling project will start. What parties and lists will be empowered will determine whether the government’s declaration that our emergency was now dire enough to warrant the expansion (which has been debated for 40 years on the down-low) will actually be carried out. The Greenpeace trial is widely seen as a way for the far left to attempt to sabotage the conservative-centrist government coalition in case they lose out in the election. And the fact that it involves such a reviled and hated organization as Greenpeace does not make it any better. You see, in large strata of our society, particularly on the West Coast, Greenpeace is seen as little more than an environmentalist terror group, due to their constant harassment of offshore oil drilling platforms and attacks on whaling ships. Yes, yes, I know, don’t get your panties in a bunch, we are not the Japanese. Our whaling is completely legal and public, does not target any endangered species of whale, is environmentally friendly, and the selected whales are killed humanely by knocking them out with a stun harpoon before their carotid artery is cut so they bleed out quickly and painlessly while unconscious. It is a cultural tradition that many small coastal communities depend on, but Greenpeace practically wage war on our whalers, especially in international waters, where they use beanbag guns and water cannons on the poor crews, “because the whales are our _friends.”_ I am an environmentalist myself, of course, but like many of my countrymen I refuse to endorse any motion by the Greenpeace extremists. This trial, with a disliked foreign organization trying to leverage socialist-appointed supreme court judges to undermine the potential result of the electorate’s will is _not_ popular with any but the opponents of the Arctic drilling, mainly in the socialist parties and my own liberal party. I will of course not try to order anyone not to give money to the group prosecuting the trial, you have your rights to freedom of expression and to hold your particular environmental beliefs as much as anyone, but please don’t think of this as a simple case of The People Versus The Greedy Oil Corp And Their Government Ally. The “Greedy Oil Corp” itself is a semi-governmental agency, half of which profits go to a pension fund for senior citizens.

    • Posted by Nikolas Tye, at Reply

      Claystead AP Right? You and FRP have always beating the drum to keep pumping. Obviusly you aren’t the only ones that do that. But you are the most vocal. And yes, alot of what you said is true. But it’s alot of money, for short term solutions, when we need long term solutions. Statoil and such have had to lay off people becuse they were losing money. Which was really bad for Stavanger and other places. Simply having more riggs isn’t going to stop that from happening again.. And yes, oil floats, so realistically spills will have fairly minimal consequences. But that’s not the problem. The problem is the “Eccho bombs” (forget what they’re called) that they set off underwater to map out these oil fields. And they do pose a serius threat to the marine life. Sound travels ridiculesly far underwater. And when you’ve got underwater shockwaves traveling for miles disturbing sealife, what do you think that will do to the fish?…