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Wrong: In 2007, Al Gore Predicted Arctic Summer Ice Could Disappear In 2013 — Off by 920,000 square miles!

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Wrong: Al Gore Predicted Arctic Summer Ice Could Disappear In 2013 — Off by 920,000 square miles!

http://junkscience.com/2013/09/14/wrong-al-gore-predicted-arctic-summer-ice-could-disappear-in-2013-off-by-920000-square-miles/

CNSNews.com reports: A 2007 prediction that summer in the North Pole could be “ice-free by 2013” that was cited by former Vice President Al Gore in his Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech has proven to be off… by 920,000 square miles. Read more…

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