He don’t need no stinkin’ science – he ‘feels it’: Gore claims scientific debate about ‘extreme’ weather ‘is largely irrelevant’. ‘The public at large feels it viscerally now’
Gore: 'The fast-growing number of extreme-weather events, connected to the climate crisis, has already had a powerful impact on public attitudes toward global warming. A clear majority of Americans now acknowledge that man-made pollution is responsible. As the storms, floods, mudslides, droughts, fires and other catastrophes become ever more destructive, the arcane discussions over how much of their extra-destructive force should be attributed to global warming have become largely irrelevant. The public at large feels it viscerally now. As Bob Dylan sang, 'You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.'"
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