Al Gore's all too predictable receipt of the Nobel Peace Prize has made the Devil very angry. Me too.
For the Nobel committee to be lauding him as some kind of hero for 'spreading the word' just days after a British judge (and I've heard no one say the judge is wrong) looks at his film and says that crucial parts of Gore's narrative don't stand up to scrutiny completely destroys any credibility the prize might have had left. While the central idea that the climate is changing and influenced by humans wasn't challenged that really isn't the issue at stake. Al Gore's film wasn't remarkable for advancing that theory but for the host of alarmist prophecies that he wrapped around it. Those have been condemned in the strongest terms I can think of since the creationists got slammed a few years ago.
The Nobel Peace Prize has been a bit of a joke since Yasser Arafat won it but the prize has also been awarded to a lot of very decent and courageous people. They don't deserve to have their achievement devalued by the prize becoming the "Nobel doing-things-that-lefties-quite-like Prize".