Al Gore, the man awarded a Nobel Peace Prize for his work to combat
global warming, climate change, global climate disruption, and famous for giving hysterical warnings about the oceans rising and the end of the world as we know it because of human fossil fuel use, apparently received a "D" in Natural Science during his time at Harvard.
In his commencement speech at Hamilton College on Sunday, former Vice President Al Gore told the graduates that global warming is “the most serious challenge our civilization has ever faced.” But as an undergraduate at Harvard University in the late 1960s, Gore--one of the most prominent spokesmen on climate change today--earned a “D” in Natural Sciences.
Gore’s transcript documents that during his sophomore year at Harvard he earned a "D" in Natural Sciences 6 (Man’s Place in Nature). Also, as a senior at Harvard, he earned a C-plus in Natural Sciences 118.
Al Gore's ridiculous claims about global warming have never been backed by real science anyway, just a fancy powerpoint with some "drowning Polar bears," so this really isn't surprising.