The subject at crisis: 'That our effect on climate is not dangerous'
To be held (quite fittingly) at the elegant, Victorian-Gothic Library of the Oxford Museum of Natural History... All of whom recognize this as the host location for the “Great Debate” between the natural scientist T. H. Huxley and Bishop “Soapy Sam” Wilberforce; "Theory of evolution" (Darwin’s Origin of Species.)
Lord Monckton, once policy adviser to former Prime Minister of UK Margaret Thatcher, has presented a resounding challenge to Al Gore: Reads as follows: #
"The Viscount Monckton of Brenchley presents his compliments to Vice- President Albert Gore and by these presents challenges the said former Vice-President to a head-to-head, internationally-televised debate upon the question:May the Truth win! Magna est veritas, et praevalet. God Bless America! God Save the Queen!" *Given at Carie, Rannoch, in the County of Perth, in the Kingdom of Scotland, this 14th Day of March in the Year of our Lord Two Thousand And Seven.
'That our effect on climate is not dangerous'... To be held in the Library of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History at a date of the Vice-President's choosing."
"Forasmuch as it is His Lordship who now flings down the gauntlet to the Vice-President, it shall be the Vice-President's prerogative and right to choose his weapons by specifying the form of the Great Debate."
-SOURCE: Center for Science and Public Policy
Monckton's careful study of the substantial corpus of peer-reviewed science reveals that Mr. Gore’s film, An Inconvenient Truth, is a foofaraw of pseudo-science, exaggerations, and errors, now being peddled to innocent schoolchildren worldwide.”